Internet-based mail order spectacle company Warby Parker has released an iPhone app that may be able to go some way to replace the need for a visit to an optometrist for some people.
According to a new patent application filed by Apple, the company has been working on a wearable electrocardiographic (ECG) device that could be made into a watch or ring, or indeed other kinds of small, delicate jewelry.
At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Withings has introduced its latest health-based product, the Thermo. We live in a growing age of connected devices, the majority of which had all been luxury items, such as intelligent watches and iPhone-connected games and toys. Withings however has a pedigree of taking products that are found throughout most homes and adding a little bit of flair and modern age tech to them. The thermometer is the latest to undergo the Withings treatment with the Thermo acting as a Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connected temperature gauge that's fit for the modern age.
iPads, iPhones and iPod touches have been used for a lot of things, but did you know they can be great medical tools as well? Today we're showcasing two great medical tools that can make the life of many easier: one monitors one's heart rate, the other measures blood pressure.