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Apple hires secret team for treating diabetes: CNBC

Apple Inc has hired a team of biomedical engineers as part of a secret initiative, initially envisioned by late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, to develop sensors to treat diabetes, CNBC reported citing three people familiar with the matter.


Snap: messages vanish, young billionaires appear

The mobile application Snapchat became a social media star with messages that vanish after viewing, making co-founders Evan Spiegel and Bobby Murphy among the youngest billionaires on the planet.


Inflatable air bag bike helmets could help reduce impact during collisions

Researchers at Stanford University have been investigating the effectiveness of a new type of bike helmet which uses an inflatable airbag to protect against concussion.


Sick throng Indian capital’s new, high-tech clinics

For asthma sufferer Mohan Lal, regular visits to the Indian capital’s hospitals were a nightmare of waiting in endless queues in sweltering corridors that swarm with mosquitoes.


Americans worry about ‘super-human’ technologies: poll

Futuristic technologies that promise to improve people’s strength and smarts by editing genes, implanting brain chips or super-charging blood have raised more concern than enthusiasm among Americans, a poll showed.


Videos of kids eating veggies may entice preschoolers to eat more themselves

Watching videos of kids eating vegetables may encourage small children to follow suit, a new study suggests.


Duchenne patients could benefit from Robotic arm

Researchers from the University of Twente in the Netherlands have developed a robotic arm prototype with the help of other institutions that can support daily arm activities for those with Duchennes Muscular Dystrophy.


New wave in tech: hacking the brain

The next frontier for the tech sector is the human brain.


Retro arcade-style game explains the science of Alzheimer's

A leading UK charity, Alzheimer's Research UK, has launched a retro arcade-style game to help people better understand the science behind Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia.


Diagnosing malaria with a cellphone

New technology that transforms a cellphone into a mobile polarised microscope can diagnose malaria in a Rwandan village with the same level of accuracy as a high-tech lab in a major Western city, according to Texas A&M University biomedical engineers developing the device.