Are you ready to start sharing your personal information with an app developed by Google and Apple?
In response to the Covid-19 epidemic, more than 50 countries have developed tracing applications to help alert citizens and authorities when outbreaks occur. But the process is anything but simple.
Going for a run… with big data.
The use of online health platforms is on the rise, allowing us to track and share our personal data. While such platforms have promise, significant scientific, ethical and privacy questions remains.
The solution to too much screen time may just be more apps.
Software makers including Apple have been creating apps aimed at limiting how much time we spend using our smartphones. A behavioral scientist explains how – and whether – they work.
Basic research and applications coexist in a tangled two-way ecosystem.
A new study connects the dots between published science and patented innovations, mapping just how society benefits from basic scientific research.
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For some consumers, if it looks real, it is real.
The age of the app has collided with the era of fake designer goods. Firms are now using social media and crowdsourcing to keep track of their intellectual property, but may still struggle in a world where…
What good is a smoke alarm if it goes off when you’re not home?
Ever been woken in the wee hours by the bip-bip-bip of a smoke alarm that wants its batteries changed? App developer Marcus Schappi had, and he saw a way to use broadband technology to fix it. “When smoke…
People capture and kill cane toads to prevent further spread of the invasive species, but in two thirds of cases they’re…