NeuroVigil is merging neuroscience, non-invasive wireless brain recording technology and advanced computational algorithms to create an accurate and automated reading of brain wave data.
A new report by Manhatten Research states that 56 million US citizens have accessed their medical record through an EHR system, with 41 million interested.
Apple’s inclusion of Bluetooth 4.0, know also as the Bluetooth Low Energy protocol, in the new iPhone 4S may be the single greatest leap toward realizing the pervasive computing environment often referred to as “Internet of Things”.
The winners of the CTIA Enterprise and Applications 2001 event, listed today, were selected from 10 categories and hundreds of submissions to 10.
Researchers at Caltech show a smartphone device that can monitor growth of cells in a petri dish in real time.
WPI researchers were able to convert a smartphone into a medical monitor using an app that measures vital signs using the built in video camera.
Digital medicine needs to create regional innovation systems to attract the top young talent away from Silicon Valley, the Mecca of consumer technology.
12 Lead Challenge contains over 150 sample ECGs which can be used to test oneself over key ECG abnormalities crucial to developing ECG reading skills.
The Little Blue Book app is a useful resource for finding non-clinical information for providers and patients, similar to the Yellow Pages.
Researches have created a way to use an iPhone 4, an add on lens, and a custom app to convert it into a medical imaging and chemical-detection device!
A commentary focusing on the Mac App Store in the context of medical apps and whether or not this category is useful and should be developed further.
The Human Body App by Dorling Kindersley is an excellent introduction to the human body and the basics of how it works.