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Imaging Informatics Solutions Provider ClearCanvas Debuts Vendor Neutral PACS Cleome

Press Release | ClearCanvas Inc. | September 10, 2013

ClearCanvas introduces its unique new vendor neutral PACS, Cleome, to its portfolio of commercial products. This web-based breakthrough solution features fast diagnostic viewing of all medical images using zero-footprint HTML5, anytime, anywhere. Read More »

Breaking The iOS And Android Duopoly: Telefónica’s Jacques Chicourel On The Future Of Firefox OS

Nick Summers | TNW | August 19, 2013

Jacques Chicourel is the Innovation Manager of Telefónica Digital, spearheading the carrier’s work across e-health, financial services and Mozilla’s new Firefox OS platform. [...] Read More »

Building an Open Medical Records System for the Developing World

How do you introduce a woman whose very life is the epitome of humanitarian efficacy? Judy Gichoya is a Kenyan medical doctor specializing in radiology and an experienced programmer who's accelerating the growth of OpenMRS. According to its website, "OpenMRS is a software platform and a reference application which enables design of a customized medical records system with no programming knowledge." Judy first got interested in computers in high school, prior to entering medical school she learned to program at a technical college and through online resources on the internet...

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DHS-Developed Krona Software Powers Humanitarian Project

Tammy Waitt | American Security Today | March 10, 2017

Software originally developed at the at the U. S. Department of Homeland Security’s National Biodefense Analysis and Countermeasures Center (NBACC) to sequence DNA for biodefense is now being used by Microsoft to sequence mosquito DNA in the fight against disease. Developed by the NBACC’s National Bioforensic Analysis Center Genomics Team for bioforensics applications, Krona is a unique visualization tool that enables users to quickly analyze massive quantities of data – such as more than 100 million sequences of DNA in a single mosquito sample, according to Microsoft...

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Firefox OS-based ZTE One Coming To US, UK Through eBay

Barry Levine | CIO Today | August 12, 2013

For developers, a key selling point for Firefox OS devices is their emphasis on HTML5 apps, which can be readily adapted from Web apps and run on a variety of mobile platforms. [...] Read More »

Here's Why Mozilla Is Building A $US25 Smartphone

Keith Griffith | Business Insider Australia | May 3, 2014

Last week, Mozilla tapped Andreas Gal as its new chief technology officer...He’s intensely focused on Firefox OS, a mobile operating system with big ambitions: winning the battle for the next two billion smartphone users...

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Homeland Security Open Sources Software to Power Humanitarian Projects

Press Release | U.S. Department of Homeland Security | March 9, 2017

Software originally developed at the at the U. S. Department of Homeland Security’s National Biodefense Analysis and Countermeasures Center (NBACC) to sequence DNA for biodefense is now being used by Microsoft to sequence mosquito DNA in the fight against disease. Developed by the NBACC’s National Bioforensic Analysis Center Genomics Team for bioforensics applications, Krona is a unique visualization tool that enables users to quickly analyze massive quantities of data – such as more than 100 million sequences of DNA in a single mosquito sample, according to Microsoft...

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How Firefox OS Could Sneak Into The Smartphone Chicken Coop

Patrick Nelson | LinuxInsider | July 26, 2013

With the mobile industry now so heavily dominated by Android and iOS, is there possibly room for another contender? That remains to be seen, of course, but Firefox OS has several advantages to set it apart. Read More »

HTML5 Trumping iOS Among App Developers In Emerging Mobile Markets

Nick Heath | ZDNet | February 7, 2014

Mobile app developers in many regions outside the US and Europe are choosing to develop apps in HTML5 rather than iOS but it's iOS that's earning devs the biggest bucks. Read More »

HTML5 vs. Apps: Here's Why The Debate Matters, And Who Will Win

Staff Writer | Business Insider | February 3, 2013

HTML5 is a new technology that allows developers to build rich web-based apps that run on any device via a standard web browser. Read More »

Mozilla Announces Marketplace for Open Web Apps

Edward Henning | The H Open | February 23, 2012

The Mozilla Foundation is planning its own app store where developers will be able to market their HTML5 web apps. Mozilla thinks that other marketplaces are too restrictive, which, it believes, has the effect of limiting the freedom of users and developers and of inhibiting innovation. Read More »

Open Up To Open Standards

V. Sridhar | The Hindu Business Line | April 11, 2013

As we foray in to 2013 and beyond, we see the emergence of everything open (open source, open standards, open courses, open data, open innovation and open spectrum)...While the verdict is yet to be out, there is already a widespread acceptance from the industry on the following openness. Read More »

OpenMRS Community Launches Major Upgrade to its Open Source EHR Platform

The OpenMRS Community has released a major upgrade to to its widely deployed open source EHR, OpenMRS. The result of the work of more than 100 OpenMRS Community Members from around the world the OpenMRS Platform 2.0 release is the first release of the 2.x family and takes a quantum leap in its base technology as it incorporates the latest web technologies and standards into its modular architecture. At the same time, OpenMRS retains the capability of supporting many legacy features.

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Panasonic To Adopt Mozilla Firefox OS Open Platform For Next Generation Smart TVs

Richard Harris | App Developer Magazine | January 12, 2014

Mozilla has scored another win in its efforts to expand its Firefox Os with the announcement that it is joining with Panasonic to bring Firefox to the next generation of smart TVs. Read More »

The Prospects Of The HTML5-Based Firefox OS

Staff Writer | DigiTimes | February 21, 2014

With the fast expanding reach of the Internet and the approaching of the era of cloud computing, the HTML5 open platform enables quick development of cross-platform applications, easing concerns that there may be different user experience on different connected devices. [...] Read More »