As smartphone use continues to increase in the U.S., especially among children, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) recently issued guidance for individuals and families who want to decrease their exposure to the radio frequency energy emitted from cell phones. Research suggests long-term, high use may impact human health.
Who made that paper towel you used to clean up a spill? If you’re a member of the U.S. military, the answer might be a blind person.
Families from across Australia have congregated in Sydney for the country’s first braille camp for vision-impaired children.
Microsoft will offer Windows 10 PCs to schools for as little as $189 (£135) as it looks to get its hardware and services in as many classrooms as possible.
Apple’s HomePod becomes available for pre-orders on Friday. It will cost $349 and will hit store shelves on February 9. HomePod is an Amazon Echo competitor that users talk to by saying,”Hey Siri!”
A 48-eight-year-old Sri Lankan national who was suffering from acute astigmatism has restored his normal vision, thanks to a special implant which was imported from the US.
Quebec doctors are still charging patients too much for administrative services, such as filling out forms, says a Montreal watchdog group that has been monitoring billing practices.
Amazon is bringing Alexa to the assistant’s Android app, enabling users to interact with the app as they would an Echo device.
Google Play Store is now advertising its audiobook library in select countries and promises consumers a 50 percent discount on their first related purchase.
Microsoft researchers are developing an artificial intelligence (AI) enabled ‘drawing bot’ that can create images from text descriptions of an object. The technology can generate images of everything from ordinary pastoral scenes, such as grazing livestock, to the absurd, such as a floating double-decker bus, Microsoft said in a blog post.