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The $150 Scanadu Scout is the closest thing to a real-life "Star Trek" medical tricorder.
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In just 10 seconds against your temple, the Scanadu Scout can note your temperature, heart rate, and even blood oxygenation.
You'll soon be able to embrace your inner Bones McCoy. Decades after "Star Trek" made the small device that could scan for vital signs famous, the medical tricorder is ready for prime time.
A start-up has created a Bluetooth device that uses NASA technology to scan your vital signs and send them to your smartphone.
Ubuntu, the company hoping to build the Edge smart phone, needs a total of $32m before it can be made.
EE has revealed broadband deals starting at just £5 per month -- and extra-fast fibre broadband is free for the next three months.
Medicine will fail "very soon", says the man behind a Star Trek-style medical scanner, who predicts robot hospitals and patient power.
Small wearable tech makes a big impact at CES 2013.