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For a growing US aging population, tracking heart health via a smartphone can mean the difference between life and death.
With the IoT, it’s not quite The Matrix, but the physical world and the digital world will be drawn ever closer together, collecting data from the world around us in real time and allowing us to see things that were not evident before.
An influential US financial services industry group that shares information about cyberthreats has said it is unaware of any "significant" cyberattacks, downplaying concerns about possible breaches at JPMorgan Chase & Co and other banks.
Apple sent out invitations to an event on September 9 near its Silicon Valley headquarters, amid rumors the tech giant will unveil a new iPhone and maybe a wearable device.
Most wearables claim they can tell you a lot and runScribe is no exception, although company founders readily admit that they are learning too, and their goal is to understand the kinematics of running to better avoid injury.
The Samsung Gear S can make phone calls, surf the Net and monitor everything from heart-rate to steps taken, and it can do it all and more without having to connect to a handset, thanks to integrated 3G.
Apple will unveil an "iWatch" in September with the maker of the iPhone finally embarking on its much-rumoured foray into wearable computing, technology news website Re/code said Wednesday.
'Open data' — the trove of data-sets made publicly available by governments, organisations and businesses — isn't normally linked to high-wire politics, but just may have saved last month's Indonesian presidential elections from chaos.
When Chicago health officials saw Twitter users complaining about local food poisoning episodes, they reached out on Twitter to those users and often ended up charging the restaurant in question with a violation.
A retro platform/puzzle adventure inspired by the Dizzy series, the Metroidvania-styled exploration of Spud’s Quest is fun, but the puzzle solutions can be excruciatingly obscure.