Scientists have used an app on iPhone 4S to assess blood flow in a wrist artery for patients undergoing coronary angiography that performed better than the traditional physical examination. Continue reading iPhone app measured blood flow better in cardiac assessment
People with diabetes may soon be able to go on a vacation without their glucose monitoring kits with them. Researchers have developed a smartphone case and app that can record and track their blood glucose readings, whether they are. Continue reading This smartphone case monitors blood sugar levels on the go
Your Whatsapp online status can help hackers figure out who you are talking to and when you go to sleep owing to a flaw in the micro-blogging platform, a software engineer has claimed. Continue reading WhatsApp flaw lets hackers know when you fall asleep
A group of students have made a mobile application for women safety which enables one to send a distress call by merely shaking or dropping the device. Continue reading Students develop women safety app at ‘hackathon’
Google’s parental control app for Android devices “Family Link” has completed the beta testing period and is now available to public to download for free in the US. Continue reading Google makes parental control app ‘Family Link’ public
Popular photo-sharing platform Instagram has introduced face filters for live video broadcasts through the app. Continue reading Instagram adds face filters to live video broadcasts
In a unique initiative, Gender Alliance Bihar, a collective effort of over 270 civil society organisations backed by the UN Population Fund, has come up with a mobile application to fight the rampant social evil of child marriage in the state. Continue reading App to fight child marriage launched in Bihar
The United Nations helped launch a smartphone app Tuesday that allows users to “walk a mile in a refugee’s shoes” by simulating the daily struggles of a fictional Rohingya Muslim who was forced to flee her home.
Are you tired of a slow Wi-Fi connection hampering your social media life? Now you can utilise the idle time in enhancing your vocabulary with a new app.
Alphabet Inc’s Google announced on Wednesday that it will revamp its popular maps app to allow users to share their locations, in order to boost engagement on a product of increasing strategic importance to the search giant.