The company reportedly has hired at least six biomedical experts and other medical professionals as interest in health tech surges.
Sometimes it's the deceptively simple solutions to complex problems that show the most potential. Sometimes those solutions come from unexpected places. And, sometimes, you can find true innovation on the CES show floor. This is the story of one of those times.
Smart bracelet can recognize weight reps, pool laps, and dozens of other workouts. Link it to your phone and track your progress.
In just a few years, police, fire, and emergency officials may wear a tech-infused headset that could radically transform the way they work. Crave's Christopher MacManus goes heads-on at CES 2013.
Bears are good sleepers, what with all the hibernating they do. So what better robot animal to climb into bed with you and give you a loving little smack when you start snoring?
The Japanese are battling the spectre of snoring, and their secret weapon is a robotic polar bear.
Connected devices are a hot topic at this year's wireless conference. CNET talks to Sprint about a few devices that will be getting a cellular hookup down the line.
UC Davis researchers transform everyday iPhones into medical-quality imaging and chemical detection devices using materials that cost as much as a typical app.
Researchers at Case Western Reserve say the artificial lung they developed, which uses air instead of pure oxygen as a ventilating gas, is as efficient as the organ it mimics.
Two physicists who have pioneered the use of electric or magnetic fields to lower oil viscosity in engines and pipelines take their model to the human body to help prevent heart attacks.