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Internet providers are slowing down your streaming in post net neutrality

Have you ever noticed web content performing poorly out of the blue? Video footage becomes blurry. Web pages take longer to load. If so, your internet...

Phone app gets more adults to take their blood pressure medication

People with high blood pressure are more inclined to take their medications correctly if an app on their smartphone reminds them, a new study...

This wearable device could regrow hair

In a new study, researchers develop a flexible, wearable photo-stimulator that speeds up hair growth. This device may help treat alopecia or excessive hair loss...

How can we get brighter OLED displays?

The discovery of a design trick that reflects more light could lead to new applications for screens on computers, smartphones and virtual reality headsets. Your...
This new tool could tell which online healthy ads is lying

This new tool could tell which online healthy ads are lying

The internet is rife with ads for health products, from weight-loss systems to arthritis cures -- but whether they actually work can be difficult...
New Apple Watch can help doctors monitor your heart in real time

New Apple Watch can help doctors monitor your heart in real time

There will soon be another way to monitor your heart from your wrist. The Apple Watch 4 that was unveiled Wednesday will include electrocardiogram testing. Often...

This tiny camera lens could help link quantum computers to network

An international team of researchers led by The Australian National University (ANU) has invented a tiny camera lens, which may lead to a device...

Wearable ultrasound patch could monitor blood pressure deep inside body

A new wearable ultrasound patch that non-invasively monitors blood pressure in arteries deep beneath the skin could help people detect cardiovascular problems earlier on...

The troubling side effects of smartphones

If you are reading this on your smartphone, we have some bad news for you. That thing in your hand, designed to bring humanity closer...

New blood pressure app can be used on iPhone easily

Michigan State University has invented a proof-of-concept blood pressure app that can give accurate readings using an iPhone—with no special equipment. The discovery, featured in...