Wearable devices are getting more advanced, but can today’s technology really measure our health?
The only reason our online life is insecure is that we let it happen.
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week.
Nobody mentions the big problem with 3-D printing: how to do it in color. Now they won’t have to, thanks to a new technique.
Monitoring driver behavior will become important as more vehicle automation is introduced.
A new type of flexible electronic device shows promise for long-term brain mapping and could be a more effective way to provide therapeutic stimulation.
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Investors are excited about the fitness tracker company, but we're still a long way from awesome, medically-accurate wearables.
If you live in a big city, you are more likely to catch flu but less likely to die of a heart attack or be diagnosed with diabetes, say public health scientists.