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Runtastic gets the fitness into your basic timekeeper

The smartwatch may well be the watch of the future, but not everyone cares about a second screen on their wrist. Runtastic is approaching the smartwatch differently, making the smarts more about staying fit while still being able to tell the time....

Jawbone’s Up 2 ready for Aussie wrists, Up 3 along shortly

Last year, Jawbone showed us a fitness product that could tell how you were doing while you were sleeping, tracking heart rate and REM cycles, and not just light or deep sleep. While that gadget found itself delayed, it’s almost ready, and Jawbone has something else to show off....

Apple aims to help battle disease

In addition to a new MacBook and Apple Watch details, Tim Cook also announced a new 'two-way' health diagnostics platform called 'Research Kit' at the Apple 'Sp...

Philips plugs in blue lights for skin repair

Blue LEDs may well be one of the more annoying things to look at in gadgets, but Philips has come up with a new use for the technology, finding a way to improve the health of skin for people with psoriasis....

Fitbit to be wrist-worn in Flex

The fitness gadget revolution restarted last year with a new range of gadgets from brands such as Nike, BodyMedia, and Fitbit, and now the latter of these is jumping from the clip-on gadget to something a little more wrist friendly....

Fitbit saves a buck, keeps you moving for less

Still not convinced that technology can help you shed the kilos? Maybe you should try again before the warmer seasons hit. To push you in a bit, Fitbit has unveiled two new options, letting people not keen to spend much try tech to get you walking....

Philips knows you don’t floss but has a solution

Did you know that roughly five million Australians don't floss? It's probably not much of a surprise, especially given how much time it consumes. But Philips might have an answer, and it won't hurt a bit....

3D printing: coming soon to a hospital near you

Imagine doing severe damage to your jaw and needing a replacement. Today, you'd ironically be charged an arm and a leg, with a wait time of practically forever. Now picture walking in, having the doctor print a physical replacement jaw, and booking you in for surgery that very day. It could happen, thanks to some impressive developments in 3D printing....

Runtastic gets the fitness into your basic timekeeper

The smartwatch may well be the watch of the future, but not everyone cares about a second screen on their wrist. Runtastic is approaching the smartwatch differently, making the smarts more about staying fit while still being able to tell the time....

Jawbone’s Up 2 ready for Aussie wrists, Up 3 along shortly

Last year, Jawbone showed us a fitness product that could tell how you were doing while you were sleeping, tracking heart rate and REM cycles, and not just light or deep sleep. While that gadget found itself delayed, it’s almost ready, and Jawbone has something else to show off....

Apple aims to help battle disease

In addition to a new MacBook and Apple Watch details, Tim Cook also announced a new 'two-way' health diagnostics platform called 'Research Kit' at the Apple 'Sp...

Philips plugs in blue lights for skin repair

Blue LEDs may well be one of the more annoying things to look at in gadgets, but Philips has come up with a new use for the technology, finding a way to improve the health of skin for people with psoriasis....

Fitbit to be wrist-worn in Flex

The fitness gadget revolution restarted last year with a new range of gadgets from brands such as Nike, BodyMedia, and Fitbit, and now the latter of these is jumping from the clip-on gadget to something a little more wrist friendly....

Fitbit saves a buck, keeps you moving for less

Still not convinced that technology can help you shed the kilos? Maybe you should try again before the warmer seasons hit. To push you in a bit, Fitbit has unveiled two new options, letting people not keen to spend much try tech to get you walking....

Philips knows you don’t floss but has a solution

Did you know that roughly five million Australians don't floss? It's probably not much of a surprise, especially given how much time it consumes. But Philips might have an answer, and it won't hurt a bit....

3D printing: coming soon to a hospital near you

Imagine doing severe damage to your jaw and needing a replacement. Today, you'd ironically be charged an arm and a leg, with a wait time of practically forever. Now picture walking in, having the doctor print a physical replacement jaw, and booking you in for surgery that very day. It could happen, thanks to some impressive developments in 3D printing....