The FDA has OK’ed a mobile device that measures a user’s CO intake. Combined with an mHealth app, the digital health platform can be used to help smokers kick the habit. Read more at mHealth Intelligence.
You’re at an electronics store. You check out a few TVs and head home after being scanned by store cameras. This data is then cross-referenced with other databases that already contain your facial data. Your face is now the epicenter… Read More ›
Walmart is attempting to speed up every aspect of the shopping process, including the time it takes for a customer to make a return. The big-box retailer announced that its latest technology, known as Mobile Express Returns, will make returning… Read More ›
Snap announced a new feature called Context Cards on Tuesday that lets users book Uber rides and restaurant reservations directly through the messaging app. Read more at CNN.
Five of the six major Hollywood studios have joined forces to make digital movie collecting easier than ever. Movies Anywhere, a free app and website digital locker service, launched with a combined library of more than 7,300 digital movies. Read… Read More ›
A new study published in the journal PLOS One provides preliminary evidence that smartphones are linked to reduced cognitive abilities. The researchers found intensive smartphone use was associated with reduced math performance in particular. Read more at Psypost.
A major flaw has been detected in the newly-unveiled Google Home Mini speaker that allows it to secretly record conversations without users knowing. Read more at CNN.
Facebook dropped a bombshell on the virtual-reality world Wednesday: a $200 virtual-reality headset that doesn’t require wires or a smartphone to work. Read more at The Washington Post.
Richard Debate told authorities a masked intruder with a “Vin Diesel” voice killed his wife, Connie, in front of him and tortured him. With no witnesses other than Richard, detectives turned to the vast array of data and sensors that… Read More ›