The Australian university has a developed a world-first, ultra-precise ultrasound sensor that can measure miniscule random forces from surrounding air molecules.
Smartwatches and other wearables will be a must-have for personalised healthcare, but a privacy backlash could put an end to all that.
Fitbit is working on a means to provide users with more information about their quality of sleep -- this is what it currently looks like.
Hundreds of companies were strutting their new technologies at this year's CES. From a nanosatellite IOT network to a wearable blood pressure monitor, here are a select few and fascinating tech stories as told to ZDNet's Stephanie Condon.
Mobvoi's TicWatch lineup may be the most compelling Google Wear OS smartwatces available and two new models join the lineup.
Samsung and Apple provide cellular connectivity options for wearables with a primary focus on safety and notifications. Garmin partnered with Verizon to provide this safety net for its Vivoactive GPS sportwatch.
Amazon has been making a series of moves into the healthcare space. Put them together and you have the outline of a plan for a radical shakeup of the industry.
Wearables are most useful when worn 24/7 to track your activity across the entire spectrum of your life. With the PowerWatch 2, there is no need to take it off to charge it up.
The effort is likely to be part of a barrage of health, wellness, and AI announcements coming out of CES 2019.
SpiNNaker's spiking neural network mimics the human brain, and could fuel breakthroughs in robotics and health.
Year ahead predictions are great, but this is the tech that could become commonplace over a decade from now.
The “virtual nurse” will see you all the time. Electronic Caregiver is launching what it claims is “the world's first virtual caregiver” at CES in January, though it’s by no means the first chat-bot to offer medical help.
Google X roboticists and engineers aim to provide solution to make sense of robot data in industries such as retail, construction, automotive and healthcare.
For years, I've been running with a focus on pace and have turned in fairly consistent half marathon times. This year I am trying out power to see if I can set new personal bests.
I try out a lot of wearables, but keep coming back to the Apple Watch for my smartwatch needs. It's not quite enough to replace my Garmin for serious run tracking, but does everything else better than all the other smartwatches so it is back on my left wrist.
Garmin continues to roll out Spotify support to its watches with music capability. Polar's recently announced watches are now available to purchase and train with.
Is improving tech the key to to making healthcare more efficient?
Researchers are using flexible bioelectronics to help wounds heal better.
Health tech: Researchers are working on combining sensors with off-the-shelf contact lenses for a range of medical applications.
MIT researchers have created swallowable chips that can help identify blood in the gastrointestinal tract.
Researchers at Purdue University are developing chips that could help scientists understand nerve conditions, and potentially help lay the foundations for neuroprosthetics.
Marc Fiume, CEO of DNAstack, explains why housing biomedical data on premise can be a burden for research institutions.
After providing precision oncology care fore more than 2,700 veterans, the Department of Veterans Affairs and IBM are extending their partnership through at least June 2019.
The new, sensor-based bandages have been designed by engineers at Tufts University.
With gaming disorder making its way into the International Classification of Diseases it's just a matter of time before other digital issues--think smartphone and social--are flagged.
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