A Chinese environmental group launched a smartphone app that reportedly tracks and exposes polluting companies.
As has been expected, Apple announced a new app 'Health' with a new 'HealthKit' platform that will unify together the health information generated by apps and wearables.
A new app called "Gymsurfing" helps users purchase day passes to gyms while visiting another city.
Two new studies reported that managing blood pressure by using the Internet and apps could be dangerous for health.
Researchers have revealed a different kind of jet-lag mobile app that equips previously unknown shortcuts to help travelers snap their internal clocks to a new time zones as efficiently as possible.
The American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology released their ASCVD Risk Estimator.
The latest Sleep Number bed comes equipped with technology that can temporarily stop snoring and track sleeping patterns.
A Japanese company, Scentee, announced that it has created a gadget that can release aromas for iPhone user to smell.
Want to know if you're any good in bed? Now there's an app that will objectively judge you and your partner's sexual performances.
A new app called Glow aims to track couples' sexual lives and menstrual cycles to determine the best time to conceive.
A new app, the Last Longer app, aims to help men tackle premature ejaculation.
Ida Tin, 34, believes that her company can perfect the period tracker app within the near future and give women a viable birth control alternative.
A digital diaper that can tell parents if their infant is sick could be within reach.
Iceland has created an incest app that will inform people of their genetic ties in order to prevent accidental incest.
Being able to diagnose people with Alzheimer's disease years before debilitating symptoms appear is now a step closer to reality. Researchers behind Neurotrack, the technology startup that took the first health prize at this year's South by Southwest (SXSW) startup accelerator in Austin, says their new technology can diagnose Alzheimer's disease up to six years before symptoms appear with 100 percent accuracy.