Google's Life Sciences division to build a miniature glucose tracker
Google's Life Sciences division - now a subsidiary of Alphabet - is working with DexCom to build tiny, bandage-sized sensors to track glucose levels. The slap-on monitoring system could replace finger sticks for diabetics over the next few of years.
Researchers develop multifaceted insect eyes for UAVs
A new generation of tiny spy drones gets an equally miniscule set of electronic eyes.
Tiny sensor tells you when your favorite places are crowded
Density's sensor may not look like much, but it could save you from visiting an overcrowded gym or restaurant.
Samsung sensor puts 16-megapixel cameras into slim phones
Samsung's latest sensor uses 1.0-micron pixels to stuff 16-megapixel cameras into impossibly thin phones.
Acer's smart diaper sniffs out baby troubles
Ever since the introduction of the Edison, Intel's been actively pitching this tiny computer modul...
Zepp upgrades its tennis game with a beefed-up app
Just in time for the French Open, sports-tracking firm Zepp is launching a big update to its tenni...
Sony Smart Tennis Sensor to analyze games in North America and the UK
Sony's Smart Tennis Sensor has finally arrived in the US, Canada and the UK from Japan, and just i...
Can Canary's smart home camera keep your home secure?
Canary is a 6-inch-tall black plastic cylinder that's designed to be a one-stop shop for securing...
Pretend you have Project Ara with this modular smartphone case
As awesome as Project Ara is, we've yet to hear a solid timeline nor pricing info for Google's amb...