Sending cash to people by e-mail may be the next big payment feature to spread across the Internet (even though it's 2013, and it feels like we should have had this years ago).
For his entry in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, this teen created a realistic design for a car like Google's self-driving cars. The big difference is that his version would be viable around the world, not just in super-rich enclaves like Silicon Valley.
Echoing its concerns with FaceTime, AT&T says that Android users will be able to use video chat on Hangouts by the end of the year.
Meet Satya Nadella, president of Microsoft’s server and tools division, a division that builds and runs the company’s computing platforms, developer tools and cloud services. Nadella leads a team of over 10,000 employees, and his group alone makes $19 billion in annual revenue – which is more than the combined revenues of Facebook, Yahoo, LinkedIn, Zynga, Netflix, and a few others in the Valley.
Sensopia raises $1.2 million in funding to improve reality augmenting app MagicPlan and released a development kit to make it embeddable in other applications.
Website blocker Websense goes private after years of sluggish trading and PR problems over web censorship.
On stage today at HealthBeat 2013, Dr. Ivor Horn of the National Children's Medical Center and Asthmapolis president Mark Gehring spoke about the potential for 'mHealth' to reach underserved populations and help them take control over their health.
Developers may be hesitant to build apps based on health data because of security compliance roadblocks, but it seems there's a workaround way to get HIPAA on your side.
He developed some of the coolest aerospace tech around. One of his experiments is on the International Space Station. He's a Cornell prof. And now, he's taking your questions on Reddit. We love the Internet.
Editor's Pick The goal is to move continuing medical education, known as "CME," to an online space so that it's not confined to auditoriums and conference halls.
We're less than a day away from Microsoft's big announcement of its next-generation game console and entertainment strategy.
Not content with the research side, NanoString places a lot of emphasis on its technology's usefulness in clinical settings for present-day patient care. Unfortunately, one of the biggest risk factors for this IPO is the company's consistent losses.
Just a day shy of it's superimportant and highly publicized event to showcase the next-generation Xbox console, Microsoft's Xbox team has announced a new interactive TV show that's definitely worth paying attention to.
Digital technology is fundamentally transforming the practice of medicine, but Dr. David Levin, the Chief Medical Information Officer at the Cleveland Clinic, said this is still unchartered territory.
Streaming video and TV programming guide startup Dijit just released a new web app version of its NextGuide app that's every bit as useful as the mobile versions.
For Farzad Mostashari, the United States' national coordinator for health information technology, there are three major areas that need a tech touch -- and also provide an opportunity for making major money.
As far as dubious honors go, this one is probably the most dubious of them all.
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, a Finish mobile company was working on a ground-breaking game-changing world-shaking new smartphone operating system based on Linux rising from the ashes of Intel's Moblin and its own Maemo projects.
Sony's hints at the design for the PS4 with fuzzy imagery, closeups, and quick cuts.