One of the biggest trends emerging in tech today is the category known as "wearables"— devices that you can have on your wrist or arm that keep track of things like fitness or vital signs like blood pressure.
An Apple launch that has an audience of thousands clapping and whooping? Must be a new iPhone, surely, or the long-awaited iWatch? The truth may sound dull, but it matters as much as any fancy new gadget.
As expected, Apple just unveiled iOS 8 at its annual developer's event. The next major software update for iPhones and iPads will be released later this year, most likely in conjunction with Apple's next iPhone. The upgrade isn't as big of an aesthetic shift as we saw last year with the introduction of iOS 7, but Apple has added some significant new features and tweaks. Here's a quick look at the new features in iOS 8.
When you've been diagnosed with hypertension, it's important to keep your doctor in the loop on how you're doing. After all, what might just feel like a bad day could actually be a sign of a serious condition going from bad to worse.