Embedded within a phone cover, the health monitoring device, dubbed Wello, has hidden sensors that can track your six vital parameters- blood pressure, heart rate, body temperature, electrocardiography (ECG), blood oxygen and lung function- within seconds.
Scientists at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University say they have developed a new bio-battery that uses sugar as a fuel and can power your smartphone for 10 days after a single charge.
It is a case of iconic companies joining hands to roll out another marvel for the consumers. Come next week and the much awaited Apple ''''iOS-in-the-Car'''' solution will be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show.
This is great news, Google! The time for crying over a lost phone is passé, Android and tablet users, you can smile a while. Google has taken matters into its own hands and will soon be presenting a free device location and security service. By the end of this month the Mountain View’s mobile OS will be getting a pleasant surprise.
Is it possible you could make a phone call from your iPhone when there is no phone signal? The answer is, Yes! A German hacker has made it possible for you.
We all have those irritating moments when we forget to bring our phone, wallet or other daily essentials. But worry no more! Remembering to take your iPhone, laptop and other daily items with you has become a lot easier, thanks to a new gadget!
Auto manufacturers have always boasted that their cars, trucks could not and would not be hacked, but Spanish Hackers said otherwise.
Back in January, Amazon had announced that it will start shipping the next-generation of Kindle Paperwhite e-book readers on February 4, and as promised the online retailer has started offering the devices via the company's website, Amazon.com.
Are you passionate about wearable gadgets and technology? Have you been looking for a device that enables you to control things with simple swipes and taps? Well, it is now possible in the realm of tech gadgets!
Given that the Indian smartphone market is growing exponentially, the US California based Hewlett-Packard has re-entered this lucrative smartphone market with its new line of voice calling tablets.