Apple plans Parkinson's app, cardiac devices

Apple has plans to build an app to diagnose Parkinson's disease and two separate but related cardiac devices, the website MobiHealthNews has reported, based on emails exchanged between the company and the US Food and Drug Administration.

Hot dogs could be a catastrophe

Got one of those smart thermostat thingies that keeps the house warm? Don’t forget that it may just operate all year long and with serious consequences to family pets.

Verizon helps out with fight against childhood rheumatic heart disease

The Australian arm of giant US telco, Verizon, has partnered with the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI), using cloud technology as part of medical tests undertaken in the State to detect rheumatic heart disease in children.

SpeedCast’s ‘broadcast from anywhere’ Clipway sees live video from 27 sailing race vessels

The Vendée Globe Race is dubbed the ‘Everest of the ocean,’ with satellite comms and network provider SpeedCast providing its two-way secure satcomms and broadcast services to 90% of the race’s competitors.

Sky and Space blasts off with global technology innovation award

It may well be frosty in space, but on Earth, things are hotting up for Sky and Space as it wins Frost & Sullivan’s prestigious Global Technology Innovation Award for 2016.

Konica Minolta makes the CDP Climate A List

Konica Minolta has been recognised for its environmental management efforts with a listing on the CDP Climate A List of companies recognised for their actions and strategies in response to climate change.

VIDEO: The quantum clone light wars for secure comms have begun

Not quite as epic as a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away is the still amazing news that "near perfect" light cloning could revolutionise ultra secure quantum communications.

Conservation SA conserving energy with ZCell battery installation

South Australia’s peak environmental organisation, Conservation SA, has installed two ZCell batteries to charge an electric car and to provide energy for emergency lighting and data centre back-up for its office.

Google's Alan Noble with the ZCell battery at his Willunga property

Battery company Reflow says its advanced ZCell batteries installed at a residential property in South Australia worked uninterrupted during the recent storm-caused power failure that blacked out the rest of the state.

Gomspace 3D 'Flat' nano-satellite assembly

Sky and Space Global is partnering with Denmark’s GomSpace to assemble its three initial nano-satellites and get them ready for launch in the first half of next year.

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