The EyeGo, developed at Stanford University, uses an iPhone to snap sharp pictures of the front and back of the eye.
Doctors at Stanford University have found a way to use the iPhone to help prevent blindness, particularly in rural areas and developing nations. They're using the iPhone's camera to take pictures inside the eye. CNET's Sumi Das gets an up-close look at the EyeGo device.
Costing $149.99, the Echo GPS watch can chat with iPhones to keep an eye on your exercise.
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A newly published Apple patent application explains how an external camera lens might be integrated with the iPhone.
The company produces the TouchID fingerprint sensor for the iPhone 5S and has reportedly secured the contract for Apple's next handset.
A new report out of Korea reckons Samsung's next flagship phone will be launched in February and feature iris-scanning technology and a super hi-def screen.
A freshly published Apple patent filing describes a 3D-display system that provides a "hologram-like illusion" of objects that you can manipulate.
A recent patent filing reveals Google wants to implement cameras into their smart contact lenses, plus a sneak peak at Android's new look.
A UK survey indicates that a large number of young adults are now experiencing back pain because of what is being dubbed their iPosture.
Google is taking additional steps with Verify Apps to protect Android users from potentially malicious non-Play Store apps, even after they've been installed.