More than 5 million people had heart failure last year. A new implant lets doctors get medical data wirelessly, straight from their patient’s hearts.
If the back of your computer looks like a bird’s nest you’ll be happy with Intel’s announcement this week. The chip maker is aiming to eliminate all those pesky PC cables by 2016.
In 2013 the feature was dropped from the bus service because it was unreliable.
The $600,000 gift from Google will allow for free public wireless Internet access at several parks, recreation centers and plazas across the city.
Britain’s data regulator has ordered Google to delete personal data scooped up in its Street View project—or face contempt of court.
Google’s admission that its Street View mapping project violated people’s privacy should serve as a wake-up call to consumers about how easily their personal information can be tapped, according to a leading computer security expert.
Many California homeless people may soon get cell phones for next to nothing thanks to a federally-funded program set for approval by the Public Utilities Commission.
Governor Jerry Brown has vetoed a bill that would have banned agencies from disrupting cellphone service without a court order.
T-Mobile USA says Mountain View-based Nokia Siemens Networks and Ericsson will supply the equipment for its new wireless broadband network, a project worth $4 billion.
Implanted medicine is a hot field, aiming to help patients better stick to their meds and to deliver those drugs straight to the body part that needs them.