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10 Key Statistics About mHealth

Matt Mattox | Axial Exchange | January 15, 2013

Since the original iPhone launch in 2007 and the iPad launch in 2010 the blistering pace of smartphone and tablet adoption has impacted virtually every industry. [...] Read More »

10 Sensor Innovations Driving The Digital Health Revolution

Stephen Davies | | March 6, 2013

[...] Digital sensors of the touch, sight, hearing, taste and smell kind along with their potential are all profiled by I.B.M. Sensor technology is going through a renaissance as companies develop smart and innovative new ways to track data using them. Read More »

10 Startups That Turn Complexity Into Simplicity

Alex Williams | TechCrunch | April 7, 2013

Here’s the thing about simplicity. It’s all relative. A developer’s idea of simplicity is different from a finance chief or a customer service agent. Read More »

2 Winners Named For ONC's Blue Button App Challenges

Mary Mosquera | mHIMSS | October 11, 2012

A California-based developer of mobile technology tools and a Virginia-based provider of communications solutions for care providers have been named the winners of two Blue Button app competitions sponsored by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT. Read More »

2012 National Physicians Survey: Today's Physicians at Technological Tipping Point; 1 Out of 3 Using Laptops, 20% Smartphones, 12% iPads To Manage Workflow

Press Release | 2012 National Physicians Survey (NPS), the little blue book (tlbb), Sharecare | June 25, 2012

Today's doctors are at a technological tipping point—though not without some growing pains—adjusting to new reimbursement models and mandates of detailed documentation, according to the 2012 National Physicians Survey. Read More »

30 Brilliant African Tech Startups

Martin Carstens | Ventureburn | February 9, 2012

The secret is out. Wired likens the opportunities in Africa to those of the pre-dotcom boom in 1995. Says the magazine: “If you want to become extremely wealthy over the next five years, and you have a basic grasp of technology, here’s a no-brainer: move to Africa.” Read More »

5 Academic Publishing Trends To Watch In 2013

George Lossius | Publishing Perspectives | January 21, 2013

2012 was certainly an eventful, some would even say turbulent, year in the unpredictable world of academic publishing. [...] So what can we expect from 2013? Read More »

5 Reasons Hospitals Need a Mobile App

Matt Mattox | Axial Exchange | July 25, 2012

If patient engagement is the holy grail of healthcare and if hospital revenue will increasingly hinge on the ability to connect with patients, then why are so many hospitals missing out on one of the most effective means of engaging patients -- a branded mobile application? Read More »

5 Reasons Mobile Is the Future of Sustainable Development

Zoe Fox | Mashable | June 18, 2012

Social media and technology hold a unique position when it comes to shaping sustainable solutions for the future or our planet. At the core of many of these possibilities for change are mobile phones. Read More »

5 Trends Will Reshape Health IT In 2013

Paul Cerrato | InformationWeek | August 27, 2012

Ultimately the goal of all healthcare--IT included--is to put itself out of business. That may sound a bit strange but medicine's primary objective is to cure disease, or prevent it from occurring in the first place. And as the profession gets better at these two tasks, the public should become increasingly self-sufficient and have less and less need for its services. Read More »

5 Ways Mobile Tech Can Improve Your Health

Edna Boone | Mashable | June 1, 2012

[People] increasingly access healthcare services via mobile, or “mHealth.” The result: Mobile is having a transformative effect on the way physicians and nurses care for patients. It’s also impacting how consumers manage their own health and well-being. Read More »

6 Smartphone Apps To Help Fight Hurricane Sandy's Fury

Ian Paul | TechHive | October 29, 2012

If you live in the Northeastern United States and are bracing for Hurricane Sandy's wallop, your smartphone can become a handy tool if disaster strikes. Read More »

7 iPhone Apps That Will Help You Survive Hurricane Sandy

Buster Heine | Cult of Mac | October 29, 2012

Even though the iPhone does a lot of magical fun things, you can also use it to stay informed on Sandy and use a couple of apps that will help you know what to do when disaster hits. We want everyone on the East Coast to stay as safe as possible today so here are seven apps that will help you survive Sandy.

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7 Things I HATE About iOS 7

Mark Wilson | BetaNews | September 19, 2013

So… it's here. iOS 7 has lumbered its way onto hundreds of thousands of iPhone and iPads all over the world -- mine included. My iPad 2 may be slightly aging, but it still does the job for me. I've yet to find a compelling reason to upgrade to a more recent model, but the prospect of a major OS upgrade is always exciting. Read More »

All You Need To Know About The Firefox OS

Anuradha Shetty | Tech2 | July 22, 2013

An updated version of the Firefox OS – v1.1 – is available for download for Geeksphone Keon and Peak smartphone owners now... Read More »