Flappy Bird, a deceptively simple gaming app, has been withdrawn by its creator Dong Nguyen because it is too “addictive.”
Smartphone apps aimed at preventing cancer, or helping people with the disease to manage it, have the potential to improve people's health, but many of these apps have drawbacks, researchers say.
An ultralight, flexible pressure sensor could be used as a flexible second skin or wearable touch screen.
Fitbit, the maker of popular fitness trackers, has issued an apology and is offering refunds and replacements to some users who have experienced rashes on their wrists.
The Misfit Shine offers a beautiful design, a long battery life and is waterproof, but lacks the ease of use and informational value of other trackers.
The Basis B1 band is an activity tracker that's marketed to help busy people fit exercise into their everyday lives. I tested the device for a week to see if it lived up to this claim.
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