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New restriction spectrum imaging-MRI or RSI-MRI is better than current prostate imaging and may have important implications for prostate cancer treatments, new study says.
The BBC has been given an exclusive look at a new kind of battery charger, that can recharge a modern smartphone in less time than it takes to boil a kettle.
Obese individuals who have weight loss surgery may have better long-term survival than those who do not have the surgery, a new study finds.
New research suggests that acute heart failure patients should have their blood sugar levels checked on arrival at the emergency department.
Researchers have reported that intensive type 1 diabetes treatment is associated with a modest improvement in life expectancy compared with conventional treatment.
As the CEO of WhatsApp reveals 30bn messages are sent a day, Newsbeat looks at what those massive numbers really mean.
Motorola says it is to re-enter the Chinese smartphone market from February with at least three products.
Smart pedals that warn when a bike is stolen and helmets for cyclists that spot an imminent collision have been unveiled at CES.
A "deeply personal" picture of every consumer could be grabbed by futuristic smart gadgets, warned the chair of the US Federal Trade Commission.
A single way to wirelessly charge gadgets is a step closer as industry groups developing separate ways to wirelessly charge gadgets have reached a deal to merge their approaches.
Mark Zuckerberg's social network could be planning to connect to home appliances or build a voice messaging services, an analyst says.
Meet the CES attendee who 'doesn't breathe'
Extreme heat in Perth caused one of the country's largest ISPs to turn off some of its servers causing net blackout for thousands.
Japanese tech company Sony launches a new £949 Walkman at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
Who launched the best ultra-high definition TV?
A book club started by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has already had almost 140,000 "likes".
A Japanese robot has been programmed to take on a range of tasks - from painting nails to cooking.
How Japanese broadcaster NHK is preparing for hi-tech coverage of the 2020 Olympics.