MelApp is an iPhone app that tries to detect melanoma at an early and curable stage, using mathematical algorithms and image based pattern recognition technology. To use the app, you take a picture of a suspect mole or freckle with your iPhone’s camera, zoom in to ensure it fills the green box on the screen, and the photo then gets uploaded and evaluated against a database licensed from Johns Hopkins University Medical Center.
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Motorola’s first-ever MOTOFWRD competition saw a lot of interesting ideas, all geared to move the mobile phone industry to the next level of “seamless mobility.” After careful consideration, John Finan, a graduate student of Duke University, was awarded the grand prize for his concept of a phone that could interpret the mood of the caller […]
Oh, BlackBerry. The smartphone that’s supposed to cater to people who work on Wall Street and wear three-piece suits. Just because you’re caught up all day in corporate mumbo-jumbo doesn’t mean you can’t fling a few birds. And that’s where Angry Farm comes into the picture. Sadly, there is very little in terms of creativity […]