The regulator does not believe the undertaking is sufficient enough to quell the anti-competitive effects of FitBit's user data going into Google's hands.
Peloton's purchase of Precor brings supply chain heft, a road into the commercial market and a new range of equipment to tackle.
Salesforce and IBM said they will integrate offerings designed to verify health status of individuals amid a return to public spaces and work.
Advances in Internet of Things technologies make it possible to monitor temperatures of vaccine shipments in transit and can greatly improve public confidence that vaccines are safe and effective.
When Fitbit launched the Sense health watch earlier this year it also offered the 1-on-1 Health Coaching service as an add-on to Fitbit Premium. I've been working with a coach for a few months and wanted to share my experiences.
A Barcelona hospital's artificial-intelligence tool analyzes trillions of pieces of data to predict likely patient outcomes.
The subscription workout service rolls out, while the Apple Watch continues to gain important health features through routine software updates.
Amazon's Halo app and Halo Band have a few interesting features and insights that may be useful beyond fitness as long as you allow it to listen in. My bet is Amazon Halo Band is really going to be about corporate wellness programs.
Watch how Amazon Halo adds content and workouts. It could become the Amazon Video for fitness programs at a lower price point.
Google wants to combat false information about coronavirus vaccines as governments begin rolling them out.
Look to Speak uses eye-gazing technology to let people select pre-written phrases to be spoken aloud.
Randall Gaboriault, chief digital and information officer at ChristianaCare, walks through how his organization is using Alexa Skills to help patients and sets up the future of healthcare.
The new device has been designed to detect brain seizures in patients after brain surgery.
Microsoft Research creates artificial intelligence for a smartphone that makes a camera see the body in a way that doctors cannot over a Zoom meeting.
BoAt tied Fitbit in third quarter shipments and market share to crack the top 5 globally amid giants including Apple, Samsung, Huawei and Xiaomi.
Awash in research, scientific work is becoming inefficient and at times redundant. But AI could help.
Jason Cipriani, Jason Perlow, and Larry Dignan recap Apple’s latest product announcements. Read more: https://zd.net/35EPms7
Dan Clarke, president of products and solutions at IntraEdge, talks to Tonya Hall about how CCPA affects screening for COVID-19.
In a bid to help automate the process of examining chest CT scans.
Systems designed to bring efficiencies to sectors like grocery and restaurants now doing double duty as hygiene watchdogs.
There's a rush toward automation in the drug world, and it may drastically reduce drug development timelines.
Varadheesh Chennakrishnan, CIO of JOANN Fabrics and Crafts, has sped up omnichannel retail efforts as well as curbside pickup amid the COVID-19 pandemic. ZDNet's Larry Dignan catches up with Chennakrishnan to talk about adapting IT on the fly and how holiday shopping planning has been influenced by a COVID-19 demand surge in fabric.
Tonya Hall sits down with Dan Clarke, president of products and solutions at IntraEdge, to talk about how to protect your health data during a pandemic.
In hopes of helping clinicians pinpoint different stages of the disease as it advances.
A hybrid multi-crop greenhouse dryer, portable desalination: See the ideas that could save lives around the world.
The university has also teamed up with other partners to create an AI system to help teachers maximise student engagement in classrooms.
Tonya Hall talks to Matthew Jordan, executive creative director at Artefact, to learn more about how COVID-19 has accelerated the creation of telehealth and the importance of building trust in telehealth apps, especially those created for mental health appointments.
Digital Health and Wellness
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