Researchers at the University of Minnesota have demoed a video game that uses brain waves to fly a virtual helicopter through a 3D level.
The definition of the terms "smart" and "intelligent" when applied to electronics is expanding so rapidly that the terms have become almost entirely meaningless.
It keeps track of your drugs so you don't have to
High-tech hair device has FDA approval
Machine uses ozone to zap cavities
Shareable Ink is hoping to popularize a camera-in-a-pen that wirelessly transfers text written on paper to a remote database to better track such data as glucose levels.
The iStetho Adapter, from start-up RidRx, converts an old stethoscope into an electronic one using an iPhone or iPod Touch and the iStethoscope Pro app.
Regulate diet by weighing options first.
NASA develops its own bacteria detector
Aperio, a company specializing in medical imaging, has released the first digital image scanned at terapixel resolution.