Hi-tech invention aims to help sufferers from essential tremors and Parkinson’s disease and can reduce shaking by 76%

Drones, self-driving cars, robots, balloons providing internet access – Google is stretching a long way from search. Now the company has added a “smart” spoon to its portfolio of hi-tech products.

Google is testing a new tool that allows people using its search engine to engage in a live video chat with a doctor to discuss potential health problems.

The tech giant confirmed last month that it is trialling a service whereby if a person searches for an illness or symptom a prompt pops up that allows the use to speak to a healthcare professional via its Google Hangouts service, rather than rely on search results.

The company announced Tuesday that it is experimenting with designing nanoparticles that would detect cancer and other diseases before their onset.

Andrew Conrad, head of Google Life Sciences division, said it would be to the body what an oil change is to a car.

"Can you imagine changing your oil when the engine is broken?" said Conrad, who made the announcement at the Wall Street Journal Digital conference.

Magic Leap on Tuesday announced that Google was the lead investor in a US$542 million round of Series B funding for its secret endeavors.

Also participating in the financing round were Qualcomm, Legendary Entertainment, KKR, Vulcan Capital, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Andreessen Horowitz and Obvious Ventures.

Earlier this year a group at Harvard solved one of the most difficult challenges involved in growing artificial human organs. The team used a 3-D printer to make human tissue that includes rudimentary blood vessels. Emboldened by that success, the researchers have started an ambitious project to make fully functioning printed kidneys.

03/10/2014 - Facebook is following the likes of Samsung and Apple by planning to enter the healthcare industry, starting with the creation of online support communities on the social network. According to a Reuters exclusive, three people familiar with the matter say the tech giant is soon to enter the lucrative healthcare industry -- starting with online "support" communities which would connect Facebook users that suffer with afflictions.

09/09/2014 - After decades as a technological laggard, medicine has entered its data age. Mobile technologies, sensors, genome sequencing, and advances in analytic software now make it possible to capture vast amounts of information about our individual makeup and the environment around us. The sum of this information could transform medicine, turning a field aimed at treating the average patient into one that’s customized to each person while shifting more control and responsibility from doctors to patients.

 02/09/2014 - SAN FRANCISCO, CA - Remind, the secure mobile communication product for teachers, students and parents, today announced a new version of the product (4.2). More than 1 million teachers in the United States currently use Remind to connect with more than 17 million students and parents in an effort to increase levels of connection in and outside the classroom.

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (Dec. 3, 2013) — Superpedestrian today announced the first commercial release of the Copenhagen Wheel, a self-­‐contained unit that snaps easily onto the back of any ordinary bicycle and turns it into an electric hybrid.. With extra power at the riders’ feet, regenerative braking, and advanced control systems, the wheel promotes cycling so that long distances or steep up-­‐hills are no longer a barrier to a comfortable ride. The Copenhagen Wheel is available for sale starting today at Superpedestrian.com. Superpedestrian.com.

A team has developed an app and small lens add-on that allows blood-cell analysis via a smartphone.The app, called Athelas, won a prize at a coding event held by the prestigious start-up hub Y Combinator.

 The team says it can detect diseases such as malaria and cancers in seconds, through so-called predictive cell counting. But experts warned of the difficulty of reproducing the quality of medical labs results using just a smartphone.

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