Anonymous-linked hacker rescued at sea and then arrested
A Disney cruise ship picked him up off the coast of Cuba and delivered him to the FBI in Miami.
Hospital paid hackers 40 bitcoins to get its network back
A Hollywood hospital struck by ransomware decided to pay up.
Hospital makerspace lets nurses build their own tools
A University of Texas hospital now has a space where nurses can make tools on the spot.
Light-based data transmission can replace wires in hospitals
A team of South Korean researchers want to replace wires in hospitals with LiFi to transmit EEG data and more
FDA tells hospitals to ditch IV pumps that can be hacked remotely
According to the FDA, if hospital network security isn't up to date or these old devices are in use, hackers could do more than just steal patient info -- they could remotely control a "smart" IV infusion pump and hurt patients.
Researchers battle a deadly lung problem with meds, computer models
It doesn't take a whole lot to stop the tiny air sacs in your lungs from doing their jobs -- traum...
Antimicrobial silver coatings could be hindering your chemo
Hospitals around the world use a silver coating on their chemotherapy equipment, such as IV cathet...
Chlorine leak injures five at Apple data center
It hasn't been the best week for Apple. After a small fire broke out at its Arizona facility, it's...
Reuters: more than half of top US hospitals are trialling Apple HealthKit
When Apple announced HealthKit, one of the more interesting features was the ability for Doctors t...