A National Institutes of Health laptop housing seven years worth of clinical studies on 2,500 patients is stolen, potentially exposing sensitive information.
Respected team is set to unveil a number of remote attacks on medical devices such as pacemakers and implantable cardiac defibrillators. Shocking stuff, says CNET Blog Network contributor Chris Soghoian.
Scientists have designed a new medical bandage that uses technology inspired by geckos' sticky feet. The technology works on a nanoscale level, providing a real-world application for the often-abstract concepts of nanotechnology.
As anticipated, the tech giant is launching a project to digitize medical records and make them accessible with a Google account. Privacy advocates, naturally, are concerned.
James LeVoy Sorenson, the 86-year-old founder of Sorenson Squeeze digital video compression and encoding technology, dies of cancer.
In her first New Hampshire campaign stop after a third-place Iowa finish, the Democrat also calls for oil companies to fund research on alternative energy technology.
The concept faces serious hurdles, such as privacy concerns, and a health care industry that is reluctant to change.
Ask, AOL, Google, Microsoft targeting health information in search engines.
The United Nations and a group of U.S. organizations work together to bring the latest medical information to health professionals in poor countries free via the Internet.
Data shows that venture investing in clean tech jumped 78 percent last year to $2.9 billion, with forecast to grow to $19 billion by 2010.