Haystax's cloud-based tools are helping New York and New Jersey security officials navigate massive amounts of data in order to find any possible threat. Just a few years ago, this would have been impossible.
Anywhere from 2 percent to 4 percent of global iPhone users might buy an Apple smartwatch in the first year, analyst Gene Munster predicts.
Researchers turn to an unusual robot for new method of treating blood clots in the brain.
This auto-injector hides the needle in a device that gives women user feedback. It could reduce injection times by 30 percent.
Needle is currently running its mobile contact center out of a large RV. Though the company will be returning to a normal office, it is showcasing how startups can set up shop almost anywhere.
In a video posted to its YouTube channel, RIM shows what the PlayBook in a situation that seems to show its tablet smoking the iPad in browser tests, but do you buy it?
Draft legislation by Congressman Henry Waxman largely tracks with the FCC proposal and the Google-Verizon framework, observes Stanford Law fellow Larry Downes. Will it break the logjam?
Using a laser system, Please (Painless Laser Epidermal System) creates micropores on the skin through which a stick-on patch delivers medication.
The Sumavel DosePro sumatriptan delivery system comes to market this month to treat migraines subcutaneously. Instead of using a needle, it blasts the drug through skin using high air pressure--to mixed reviews.
Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have designed a painless patch of "microneedles" that could replace hypodermic needles and even annual flu shots.