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A 17-year-old’s science fair project, which uses a computer “brain” to diagnose breast cancer with nearly 100 percent accuracy, has taken the top prize at the Google Science Fair and may eventually lead to a revolutionary diagnostic tool for the deadly disease.
Smartphones catering to blind and vision-impaired populations show how developers are coming up with a comprehensive approach to helping a disabled population.
A new study suggests ophthamologists may be able to examine images sent by smartphone, which could not only help in emergency rooms, but also those who don’t have immediate access to eye specialists.
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Have you ever gone online, intending just to check your e-mail, only to find you’re still logged on hours later?
Smartphone overuse can lead to back and neck pain, according to a recent study, suggesting mobile devices may become health risks if used improperly.
Distracted driving is impacting businesses’ pocketbooks and reputations, prompting them to join public safety advocates in discouraging cell phone use and driving.
The Department of Homeland Security believes airports should substitute hand-held scanners for traditional pat-downs, as the government strives to improve security with technology.
Companies that rely on driving as part of their business are ramping up efforts to curb distracted driving, in the name of safety and improved efficiency.