Walter de Brouwer is building what he hopes will be the next thermometer.
The HealthSpot Station is a telehealth system that patients can use for quick medical diagnosis using video conferencing and diagnostic technology
While roaming the many halls of Las Vegas, we found ourselves dreaming about relaxing in a sauna. Lo and behold, we discovered one.
New year, new resolutions. Chances are, if you overindulged over the holidays like this writer, you're in need of a little motivation.
Date rape is a serious problem that can be tricky to stop. Sure you could watch your drink like a hawk all night, but realistically it's almost impossible to tell when some creep has spiked your drink with a date rape drug. One solution is this specially treated glassware, which clearly warns you if someone has been fooling around with your beverage.
Using tech to monitor and our health is becoming increasingly common, but the myriad of new gadgets being introduced can be a little bit confusing, making adoption relatively slow. Now a new company has figured out a way to combine emerging health tech with an item we're already comfortably familiar with— an iPhone case.
In the year we've waited anxiously for Jawbone to re-release its fitness tracker, the company has been hard at work trying to perfect every last detail. While Up was certainly a trailblazer when it first debuted and is still a perfectly respectable health monitor now, it's a year late to the game, and the health tracking market has gotten a lot more crowded since. Within that year, Jawbone had gone through 200 hardware designs, 16,000 man hours, 46 weeks of user trials, 2.9 million hours of real-world user testing, 13 billion steps and more to improve upon the flaws that had rendered some units useless the last time around. Here's our review.
Fitbit recently refreshed its popular Fitbit Ultra with two new trackers: the slimmed-down Fitbit Zip and the full-featured Fitbit One. We brought both in for review.
Writers, college students and researchers regularly go to coffee for a caffeine fix to give them an extra edge. But in recent years, new high-caffeine energy drinks are stealing the show. Well, it may be time to rethink that option, as a popular energy drink has been mentioned in reports of several deaths.
The debate surrounding mobile phones and whether they can cause cancer has raged for the better part of the last two decades, but the jury is still out. Well, at least the U.S. jury is still out. In Italy, a court has just ruled that mobile phones can indeed cause cancer.