The rise of health-related apps and devices, questions of the relevance of App.net, the new book "Haunted Empire" about Apple after Steve Jobs, and an avalanche of smartwatches spurred on by Android Wear announcements. With guests Christopher Breen and Philip Michaels.
Mobile health care has the potential to save billions, but is a complicated sector, analyst says
This smart brush wants to make oral hygiene fun, with videos to entertain you and even achievement badges. But your dentist will approve of its methods too
Oral-B's Bluetooth toothbrush aims to make oral hygiene fun, with videos to entertain you and even achievement badges. But will four out of five dentists approve?
The nonprofit organization Fone Free Feb is aiming to untether people from their smartphones for at least a short time during the month.
An app that helps you meet a simple goal -- moving for 30 minutes a day -- Human has a nice design but could use more metrics.
Staring into a monitor late at night can make it hard to fall asleep later. There's a solution, and it's free.
HealthCare.gov, which has had a dismal start, is one way that uninsured U.S. residents can apply for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act, commonly called Obamacare.
LUMOback is the automatic nagging machine our parents always dreamed of.
The Internet is driving you insane with all sorts of exciting new conditions now being recognized by the medical community.
The prototype at the Japanese electronics show can measure a number of vital signs simultaneously like weight, pulse, blood pressure, temperature and oxygen saturation in the blood.
Putting a futuristic spin on the basic elements of a health check-up, Japan's Sharp has developed a sort of healthcare pod that allows people to look cool while their vital signs are measured.
Microsoft chairman and humanitarian Bill Gates takes aim at the faddish culture of Silicon Valley, while people die from poverty and illness overseas.