LG launched the first Android Wear OS watch in 2014, and Google's watch operating system has been through several changes, with lackluster support, since then. There are many smartwatches today that are optimized for Android smartphone users.
The company has faced backlash for hiding internal research showing the platform's negative impact on teen body image issues.
2,500 people in the US and Canada were asked about their thoughts on internet usage during COVID-19 and cybersecurity.
Many people don't wear a watch and still want to collect 24/7 activity data to evaluate their lifestyle and improve their health and wellness. Fitness trackers offer a reasonably priced alternative to smartwatches.
The study comes days after an investigation showed Facebook understands the negative impact Instagram is having on children but is doing nothing to stop it.
If a health app leaks info, consumers need to know.
It's been seven years since the first Apple Watch was released, and it's pretty clear to most that Apple's wearable is arguably the best smartwatch available. It requires an iPhone, though, so Android phone owners need a different companion... and there are plenty of good options available.
The latest Apple Watch will be rolled out later this year.
These hand-picked standing desks offer the ergonomic convenience you need when working from home or in the office.
Stratasys Direct has printed more than 1,000 models during a 13-week invite-only beta service for medical device manufacturers.
Barlow Respiratory Hospital in California escaped the worst of a recent ransomware attack but still had patient data posted to a leak site.
New York users of the app are urged to update it after a patch was released on August 20.
Real time engagement technology is being used for everything from gaming to mental health services.
The feature will only be available to a small group of English-language users on iOS, Android and Twitter.com.
About 1.3 million people had their sensitive personal data, COVID-19 test results and more exposed on an open server.
By using eye-gazing technology to let people select pre-written phrases to be spoken aloud.
Jason Squared's Jason Perlow and Jason Cipriani bring in a special guest to talk about Apple's new Fitness Plus workout service. Read more: https://zd.net/3nAcLAl
Tonya Hall interviews Dr. Karen Panetta, engineer, inventor and IEEE Fellow, about the endless opportunities AI is bringing to healthcare.
Tiernan Ray tells Karen Roby a study by MIT scholars used novel machine learning programs to detect that people of Black or Asian genetic ancestry may not be as well covered by so-called Warp Speed COVID-19 drugs from Moderna, Pfizer, and AstraZeneca. Read more: http://zd.net/2K7G3Z5
Randall Gaboriault, chief digital and information officer at ChristianaCare, talks to ZDNet's Larry Dignan about how ChristianaCare is leveraging Alexa Skills in a HIPAA compliant way and executing on digital transformation around home care.
Brooks Tingle, president and CEO of John Hancock Insurance, outlines to ZDNet's Larry Dignan the company's wearable device partnerships with Fitbit, Apple, and Amazon and how data, apps, gamification, and actuarial tables go together. Read more: https://zd.net/36Y6Hva
LovelySkin's CEO and president, Dr. Joel Schlessinger, and purchasing manager Chrissy Kersting outline how the company navigated an e-commerce boom and managed to keep key products in stock with a hunch and a lot of NetSuite demand planning.
Can broader datasets help developers avoid accidentally perpetuating deep-rooted biases in vital institutions like healthcare and education?
This is how millennial parents feel about technology and raising kids in a post-COVID world.
A transformation is in the making for foundational healthcare tasks, including processing and analysis of data.
Chris Matyszczyk says there's little more entertaining than a self-involved, tech obsessed master of the tech universe. Read more: https://zd.net/2GQ6JvV
How and why tech's big players are poised to give the industry its biggest shakeup in decades.
Low-profile elastic clothing can work wonders for easing strain, according to new research.
The technology has been designed to automatically detect abnormal activities in electrical recordings.