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Samsung debuts wearable tech for health and safety

Samsung has launched several B2B solutions at Mobile World Congress Americas targeting health and safety to protect people at work and at home. Samsung has...

Vulnerabilities in syringe infusion pumps could harm patients

More medical devices – this time, syringe infusion pumps – have been found to contain vulnerabilities that hackers could use to compromise the safe treatment...

Outdated pagers cost NHS millions, says report

A report published this week has found that the National Health Service  is spending millions of pounds on outdated – and even broken –...

Versius robot arm to transform minor operations

The Versius robotic system from Cambridge Medical Robots promises to revolutionize keyhole surgery. It's the world's smallest surgery robot and has been designed to mimic the...

UK/India consortium explore blockchain for healthcare IoT security

Following a recent flurry of cyber attacks exposing the inadequacies of IoT security, a healthcare-focused consortium, led by network security engineers from City University...

Nokia OZO: Where virtual reality and brain surgery meet

Virtual reality gets most coverage from its use in gaming, but it has many more applications, including some with the potential to save or...

“Scary” number of healthcare IT execs put faith in inadequate IoT...

More than 70 percent of healthcare IT decision makers (ITDMs) believe that traditional security products can secure IoT-onnected medical devices. That’s according to a survey...

Healthcare IoT world must prepare for GDPR, lawyers warn

The makers of connected medical devices had better sit up and take note of the European Union's incoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), as...

Drayson signs new healthcare IoT deal with Oxford University and NHS...

Healthcare IoT specialist Drayson Technologies has announced a five-year strategic research agreement with Oxford University and Oxford University Hospitals (OUH) NHS Foundation Trust in the...

Is IoT the right prescription for getting patients to take their...

Prescription drugs are a fact of life for millions of people worldwide. Some medicine is administered by healthcare professionals in clinics and hospitals; in...

In headsets battle, augmented reality for business to dominate, says IDC

Consumer devices for virtual reality may have led the way so far – but augmented reality headsets for businesses are likely to represent a...

Drone defibrillator ready to take off and save lives

The prospect of any drone delivery network is complicated by privacy concerns and a lack of infrastructure. But when lives are on the line,...