Google is currently testing its latest Study Kit initiative that will enable users to collect and share health information with researchers.
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Cyrcadia Health is developing a revolutionary wearable, referred to as iTBra, which can be used as a personal screening tool for breast cancer.
Fortinet Africa Regional Director, Perry Hutton, talks about how the healthcare systems are more vulnerable than many of us realise.
LookSee.do enables remote maintenance of high-tech medical equipment using low bandwidth video, augmented reality and virtual reality.
An SDK has been released for the Microsoft Band fitness wearable that will allow third party developers to build eHealth apps for the gadget.
USAID is funding an eHealth programme that will use advanced wireless technology as part of a new approach to treating Ebola in West Africa.
Google X has partnered with Biogen Idec to study the environmental and biological contributors to the progression of multiple sclerosis (MS).
Samsung engineers have developed an eHealth system that will use a smartphone or tablet to monitor a user’s brain activity to warn of an impending stroke.
Toshiba’s new eHealth device, Silmee, is helping Japanese health researchers and institutions understand patient’s sleeping problems.
Microsoft has launched their new eHealth platform ‘Microsoft Health’ along with a new wearable device to store and combine health and fitness data.
Philips have announced the release of a new eHealth wearable diagnostic device that will record biometric data of people suffering from COPD.