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Just posted to YouTube is a video of Steve Wozniak delivering a young girl's surprise iMac, because, well, surprise. Woz also admits that he sometimes calls people pretending to be Apple customer support, just for the fun of it.
The CarMD Vehicle Health System turns up very limited data compared with the cost of the device, and it offers few real features.
Wearing a state-of-the-art exoskeleton, a paralyzed teenager will make the ceremonial first kick at the World Cup in Brazil this summer.
A new generation of audio and motion-sensing technology based on the human ear is always listening out for your voice.
If having a screen isn't a priority, the Jawbone Up24's superb app, clever advice, and comfy fit are hard to resist.
Hands-on with the Sphero 2B phone-controlled robot, which features customisable tyres.
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CureCrowd aggregates the experiences of others by letting them score the usefulness of various treatments from 0 (no help) to 4 (cured).
Health apps and gadgets are becoming more popular, but a lack of quality keeps them from being useful in medicine.
Researchers at Johns Hopkins analyze recent trends in digital health care, concluding that health-related apps and electronic health records will dramatically reduce in-person doc visits.
The Fitbit Zip is the best fitness tracker you can buy for under $60.