SCOUT is a tiny device that can record and analyze data about your pulse transit time, heart rate, electrical activity of the heart, oxygen saturation and temperature in less than 10 seconds. All you have to do is hold it up to your temple. You can then see the results as well as store and track the data. For this device straight out of the future, you will only pay about $150.
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Fitbit and Fitbug both introduce new Bluetooth Smart enabled activity monitors to power personalized fitness.
Qualcomm Life Inc. recently announced the availability of its new 2net(TM) App Software Development Kit (SDK) on the Qualcomm developer network, also known as QDevNet. QDevNet is geared toward giving developers the tools and resources needed to create mobile experiences and bring them to market. Along with this announcement came the announcement of the 2net App Developer Challenge to identify the best 2net-enabled applications.
On Wednesday, August 8, the #mHealth chat will feature special guest Dr. Eric Topol, director of the Scripps Translational Science Institute and author of The Creative Destruction of Medicine: How the Digital Revolution Will Create Better Healthcare. Last week, we reviewed his book on iMedicalApps. Dr. Topol is a prominent cardiologist and geneticist. He attended medical […]
Cognitive radio technology developed by Radio Technology Systems called CogRadio could be the device that ushers in a new area of wireless infrastructure.