New smartphone app could help men measure their sperm count in the comfort of their homes.
Two companies are now using satellite imagery to provide homeowners with more accurate estimates for roof construction work.
If snapping your funny video and sharing it to the public s already fun enough, what's more if you use stylish sunglasses that can actually catch and record your Snapchat story?
Google launches Science Journal, an app that can use the sensors in smartphones to record and measure data and made it into graph and tables.
MyShake, a new app created by the University of California at Berkeley and app developers at Deutsche Telekom AG, allows smartphone users to detect nearby earthquake activity sooner and send the information directly to seismologists. The hope is to create a large enough network to provide advanced warnings to areas that lack the technology for earthquake detection.
Animal shelters are no-doubt good things, especially since they give stray and starving animals a temporary home. However, according to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, about 2.7 million animals are still euthanized at US shelters each year. Now a team of student programmers hope to change all that with a new app.
It looks as though researchers may have found a way to make smartphone apps even smarter with new see-through sensors that could possibly commercialize phones to have biomedical and additional computing capabilities.