Better Health through Science

June 21, 2011

Fitness fads come and go. Remember Jane Fonda workout videos, step aerobics, and even the hula hoop? Now a new trend is coming to fitness, but this one is poised to remain on the scene for quite some time. One booming market for M2M (machine-to-machine) technology is consumer wellness and fitness devices. According to ABI […]

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June 21, 2011

Swedish researchers have developed elastic electronics made of liquid metal that can act as a second skin and report our well being wirelessly Article source:

Mobile Apps Help Ease Congestive Heart Failure Symptoms

June 21, 2011

(click image for larger view) Wireless sensors that monitor physiological functions and physical activities can help reduce symptoms of congestive heart failure and potentially prevent many hospital readmissions, a new study suggests. Researchers at the UCLA Wireless Health Institute and the UCLA School of Nursing found a small but statistically significant reductions in abnormal readings […]

MEMS Energy Harvester Combines with THINERGY to Create Self-powered Wireless …

June 21, 2011

Subscribe to a free copy of our daily Nanowerk Nanotechnology News Email Digest with a compilation of all of the day’s news. Article source:

MicroGen's BOLTâ„¢ MEMS Energy Harvester Combines with Infinite Power Solutions …

June 21, 2011

MicroGen demonstrates missing-link to efficient and reliable vibrational Energy Harvesting solutions Chicago, Il (PRWEB) June 21, 2011 MicroGen Systems, Inc. (MicroGen; of Ithaca, NY, and Infinite Power Solutions, Inc. (IPS; of Littleton, CO, recently demonstrated a complete Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) solution powered by their combined products. At the recent Sensors Expo and […]

LGUs urged to make use of DOST weather systems

June 21, 2011

PIA Press ReleaseMonday, June 20, 2011 Article source:

New Radar Level Sensor for Water Management

June 21, 2011

Jun 21 2011Water/Wastewater Request further information Email to a friend Reader comments Printer friendly version VEGAPLUS WL 61 is the first radar level sensor developed especially for the water/sewage sector. In comparison to classic measuring techniques, such as ultrasonic, this modern technology delivers far more reliable measurement data and has proven highly successful in everyday […]

Why Apple wants to censor what you film on your iPhone

June 20, 2011

They have a record of censorship, but Apple are taking it to the next level by trying to control what you film on your iPhone. Why? It’s simple really – Apple sell you devices, but they also sell you music. They don’t want you recording music on your phone that you could buy off them […]