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18% of exercisers use a fitness tracker: survey

Nearly two in ten Americans who work out use a wearable fitness tracker, according to a survey by the analytics firm Mintel.

Doggy wearable Voyce to ship soon

It's been a long time coming, but the wired collar that gives your dog a voice will ship in February.

Making the most out of seasonal peaks in online shopping

Accordingly to research by Euromonitor International, the Malaysian e-commerce market is expected to grow at an accelerated pace from RM842mil in 2011 to an estimated figure of RM1.9bil by 2016.

Online tool may help low-income people quit smoking

In a preliminary trial, an interactive website developed in England called StopAdvisor was found to be especially helpful to low-income people in quitting smoking.

Silicon Valley startup launches self-insurance option for smaller firms

The founders of Collective Health, a Silicon Valley startup, say they can help employers save money by self-insuring rather than paying premiums to a health insurance company.

Mobile tech reshaping the health sector

Your smartphone is not only your best friend, it's also become your personal trainer, coach, medical lab and maybe even your doctor.

Day-planning apps aim to help users achieve healthier lifestyle

Feeling stressed, overwhelmed and finding it difficult to fit everything into the day? New apps are designed to help people pace themselves better to achieve a healthier, more balanced lifestyle.

Samsung unveils new digital health platform

Samsung on Wednesday unveiled a new digital health technology platform that uses sensors to track a range of body functions such as heart rate and blood pressure.

A chance at positive change for the community

DiGi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd has announced its fifth Challenge for Change (CFC) programme.

Smartwatch market ready to rocket

The latest forecasts suggest that the demand for the wrist-worn devices will increase by a scarcely believable 900% over the next 12 months.