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A woman demonstrates the IpsiHand rehabilitation device for stroke patients. NeuroLutions hide caption toggle caption NeuroLutions A woman demonstrates the IpsiHand rehabilitation device for stroke patients. NeuroLutions People recovering from a stroke will soon have access to a device that can help restore a disabled hand. The Food And Drug Administration has authorized a device …

LAND O’ LAKES, Fla. — “Hi everyone, my name is Eliza Smith and I am your Miss Teen USA and I’m so excited to be doing this informational video for you.” Smith, 15, is pretty comfortable in front of the camera. The rising Junior at Land O’ Lakes High School is the host of a …

Firefighters with the Menlo Park Fire Protection District have new technology that helps them navigate through burning buildings and find people twice as fast, according to the Fire Chief. The technology is called the C-Thru platform. It includes a navigation unit that attaches to the firefighter’s helmet and allows them to clearly see objects in …

TAIPEI, Taiwan, June 02, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — COMPUTEX — NXP Semiconductors announced that its Trimension Ultra-Wideband platform now offers fine ranging for new tagging use cases. UWB and Bluetooth® Low Energy solutions have been combined to deliver spatial awareness to the new Samsung Galaxy SmartTag+, providing an enhanced experience to the Samsung SmartThings Find …

A Connected Chamber Council study from late 2020 found that during the year, nearly a third of small business owners would have been forced to close all or part of their businesses without the aid of technology.  Rowan Tree, a women-focused coworking community in Herndon Virginia, is one of these small businesses. When everything shut down …

Economic data doesn’t always tell the whole story.  After George Floyd was murdered last year, “Marketplace” began a series of interviews looking at systemic racism in the economy. One of them was a conversation with Rhonda Vonshay Sharpe, an economist and founding president of the Women’s Institute for Science, Equity and Race, or WISER, about …

NEWCASTLE — Craig Overman has been suffering from Parkinson’s disease since 2015, but in the past year, he decided to participate in a trial of the deep brain stimulation technology provided by Abbott Laboratories, a medical device company. DBS “is a process that sends electrical impulses to parts of your brain that aren’t working properly, …

During overnight migrations, be it during spring or fall, North America-South America or Europe/Asia to/from Africa the same events occur. Usually songbirds and shorebirds are making the journeys unimpeded by predators, with guidance through the stars, and less volatile atmospheric conditions. It is amazing what the skies see while most of us are blissfully asleep, …

Click here for updates on this story     KANSAS CITY, Missouri (KMBC) — This Mother’s Day, new technology is helping a Kansas City mom who suffers from a rare disease affecting her vision. KMBC 9 talked to her about how a special device is helping her regain her independence and confidence as a mother. Ashley Mizell …

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) — As more students shift from virtual learning to the classroom, three local tech-savvy college students developed a software program that is helping schools keep students safe. It’s known as SmartPass, which is a virtual hallway pass that helps students avoid lingering in the hallways. The technology was created by high school friends …