Emergency room clinicians at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston try out the wearable eyeglasses as a way to speak with and examine patients while simultaneously reading their charts.
The Dark Side lights up a young boy's life after surgery forces him to use a walker for a few weeks.
Telemedicine -- when patients visit doctors over video chat -- is becoming more popular. But there are challenges for the tech providers in keeping patient information confidential. CNET's Kara Tsuboi profiles one Silicon Valley firm that's working to keep things private.
The child-size unit, named uBot-5, uses arms and a computer screen through which therapists can interact with the patient.
In the latest episode of professional emotions being expressed via social networking, a Missouri ob-gyn explains that she's fed up with a patient's lateness. On Facebook.
A new study finds the majority of doctors copying potentially out-of-date information from previous notes and other documents and pasting them into patient progress reports.
Adobe tucks in HDR editing and lens correction features that apparently didn't make the cut for Lightroom 4.0. Also: a high-profile Aperture user threatens to defect after feeling left in the dark.
A report from Uganda says that a phone thief allegedly went into a hospital to steal a phone from a patient. The patient had the Ebola virus. Now, so may the confessed thief.
Bye-bye boring clipboard! Tonic Health has developed software for iPads that makes collecting medical data in the waiting room more patient-friendly and engaging. SmartPlanet's Sumi Das gets a demo.
The PlayStation 3's premiere racing sim takes things a little more slowly, and also a lot more realistically. We go hands-on.