CliniCloud is a connected medical kit that enables close monitoring of symptoms at home
CliniCloud is touted as the “medical kit of the future” with its two connected devices that enable remote health monitoring and the opportunity to get a medical consultation from home. It has been designed to be easy to use, compact and portable.
Health care innovations include a tool to diagnose HIV using smartphones and a hospital that is using robots to help out caregivers
PSFK.com with its partner Boehringer Ingelheim brings you a biweekly snapshot of five innovative ideas that are reshaping the health care industry. This week’s innovations include a tool to diagnose HIV using a smartphone and a San Francisco hospital that is using robots to help out caregivers.
The Pebble Time is poised to be one of the most successful (and rapidly funded) Kickstarter campaigns in history
Almost three years ago, at the naissance of smartwatch technology, then-unknown company Pebble Technologies crowdfunded its e-paper watch, simply known as the Pebble. Launched on Kickstarter with an original funding goal of $100,000, the Pebble raised over $10 million and the no-frills smartwatch became the darling of both the wearable industry and crowdfunding community.
Smart Kitchen Ecosystem Labs is connecting your food to the Internet
A healthy lifestyle is a product of many factors. We’ve looked at how activity trackers, connected ovens, and even smart mattresses are helping us reach our goals, but a new food container is letting helping us understand and keep track of how we fuel our bodies.
Director David Cross tests the potential of self-distribution for independent filmmakers
Going to the see a movie in the theater these days will cost you a pretty penny, but Comedian David Cross (best known for his role as Tobias Funke from Arrested Development) wants you to pay what you can or think his recent film is worth.
Phorm protective case brings tactile typing to devices
For the digitally savvy, typing on a keyboard has become instinctual. We can send emails while multi-tasking based on muscle memory alone. Unfortunately, that same ease and simplicity fails to translate to typo-free conversations on our miniature devices and tablets. The experience of touchscreen activations are not as natural as the tactile trigger of a physical button.
Domino's Pizza in the U.K. has launched an app that chooses food based on your stomach sounds
In the U.K., if your stomach rumbles but you’re not sure what to eat, there’s an app to help you. Domino’s Pizza UK has launched The Tummy Translator, an app that requires its user to press their smartphone against their stomach so it can decipher the sounds and come up with a pizza order.
YouTube Kids is a child-friendly version of the popular streaming site sans comments and privacy concerns
YouTube has launched an app designed for children called YouTube Kids. Launching on February 23, the new app features safe search and filters out comments to make the video platform a more family-friendly place.