An application that runs in the background of Android mobile devices can help in the event of an automobile incident.
Researchers at the University of Illinois are developing a method for implanting LED lights underneath a person's skin.
Google continues to develop a platform that allows users to more intuitively visualize and maintain their personal health.
Monetary incentives and green ideals may help us become more comfortable with devices tracking our habits.
PSFK explores the sentient city, and how it impacts communities and families.
Researchers at the University of California San Diego have developed biomedical tracking sensors able to passively monitor the blood pressure and heart rate of hospital patients.
Engineering students have created an interactive baseball that could indicate potentially hazardous motions and poor technique.
The Owl iPhone application tracks a user's sleep habits passively during each night.