The Apple Health app has reportedly been used as evidence during a murder trial in Germany, with police suggesting it shows the suspect dragging his victim down a riverbank and climbing back up.
In Cupertino, California yesterday Apple made a slew of product announcements that significantly evolve and add to the digital health capabilities of its platform and devices.
Apple CEO Tim Cook was spotted wearing a glucose monitoring device attached to his Apple Watch, monitoring how his blood sugar responds to food and exercise.
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A research partnership has been given £250,000 to create a GP avatar that can help with minor ailments and alleviate pressures on GP practices.
A private insurer is offering UK customers super cheap Apple Watches with its policies but there’s a catch (or two).
It’s bumped up the price of crisps and marmite, now Brexit is hitting IT costs for the NHS.
This month’s round-up of mobile and app news includes an announcement from Apple that it is expanding its health initiatives with a new tool called CareKit, due to launch in April.
In one of his occasional columns, Adrian Byrne, Southampton’s director of IT and chair of the Health CIO Network, considers the gap between the hype and reality of health apps; and the work that will need to be done to close it.
This month’s round-up of apps and mobile developments includes new apps to support parents, a cookery app that measures brain function and GPS tracking for dementia patients
Health apps, wearables and other mobile health technology news.