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Argus for iOS

Argus is a great option for getting a general idea of how active you are each day, offering features you won't find on other fitness trackers.

By June 24, 2014

4 stars Editors' rating June 24, 2014

Argus gives you daily physical totals at a glance (photos)

Using the iPhone 5S M7 processor, along with integrating third-party apps, Argus is a well-rounded activity app.

9 Images By June 24, 2014


The best fitness apps for Android and iPhone

These are the best apps to help get you in shape.

By January 30, 2016


First FDA-approved bionic eye ready for commercial launch in US

After more than 20 years in the making, the world's first FDA-approved bionic eye will soon be launching commercially in the United States. The device could help the tens of thousands of people who suffer from a rare, degenerative eye disease. CNET's Sumi Das explains how the Argus II device works to bring light into the darkness.

By October 4, 2013


World's first approved bionic eye to launch in U.S.

The Argus II, which treats patients with the rare genetic condition known as retinitis pigmentosa, was approved by the FDA in February after more than 20 years in the making.

By July 2, 2013


FDA approves bionic eye for adults with rare genetic disease

The Argus II Retinal Prosthesis System includes an eyeglass-mounted camera, a portable video processing unit, and an array of electrodes implanted onto the retina to allow the patient to detect light and dark.

By February 14, 2013


Hummingbird robo-drone gets 1.8-gigapixel camera

The Army is getting ready to ship a trio of A160 Hummingbirds to Afghanistan for a trial run with the Argus sensor system.

By December 27, 2011


Argus unveils midrange camera

By October 28, 2002


Pivia picks up $11.1 million

Pivia said Wednesday that it received an $11.1 million second round of funding, led by Thomas Weisel Venture Partners, which will receive a seat on the company's board. Previous investors Sutter Hill Ventures, Draper Richards, Argus Capital and individual investor Thomas Layton participated in the round. Cupertino, Calif.-based Pivia develops software and services designed to minimize the effect of heavy traffic to Web site servers and to allow a site to quickly increase its capacity during seasonal peaks in traffic. The company has raised a total of $16.6 million.

By September 19, 2001


Breaking the cycle: Code Red and beyond

Argus Systems CEO Randy Sandone says the industry can defang most cybersecurity threats. But Band-Aid approaches to the problem will only make things worse.

August 2, 2001