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For mHealth To Succeed, We'll Need Standards

Bill Ash and Kathryn Bennett | mHealthNews | July 18, 2014

Do you FitBit? It’s a question that’s on the lips of millions of consumers, given that the device manufacturer captured a whopping 67 percent of total wearable fitness trackers sold in 2013...

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IEEE Launches Open-Access ‘Mega-Journal’

Katie Bascuas | Now Associations | May 17, 2013

IEEE, a major technology association, has announced the launch of its first online open-access “mega journal.” Read More »

IEEE Standards Association And W3C “Open Future Series” Champions More Collaborative, Interconnected Future During SXSW 2013

Press Release | IEEE, IEEE Standards Association | February 14, 2013

Global technology and open web standards development leaders unite to explore current and long-term implications of technologies like Augmented Reality, social robotics, and self-hacking... Read More »

ITU And Continua Heath Alliance To Host E-Health Interop Event

Simão Ferraz de Campos Neto | itu4u | October 21, 2013

ITU and Continua Health Alliance are organizing an event to analyze recent developments in the e-health sphere, shed light on emerging product offerings, and assess the interoperability of e-health solutions developed in accordance with Continua’s Design Guidelines. Read More »

Sciedu Press: Open Access - The Trend Of Scholarly Publishing

Press Release | Sciedu Press , IEEE, FDA | August 28, 2014

Sciedu Press is a scientific publishing house and completely private. They publish various researches from around the globe in the fields of education, science, and culture, which include educational and scientific books along with scholarly journals. Sciedu Press specializes in research journal publications covering fields pertaining to medicine, sciences, engineering, social sciences, management, and business...

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Synflow Creates An Open-Source Hardware Ethernet MAC To Demonstrate Next-Generation Design

Press Release | Synflow | April 7, 2014

Synflow SAS announced today that it will start providing support for the first open-source hardware Ethernet MAC core written in a modern language, available on Github at https://github.com/synflow/ethernet-mac.

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True Interoperability: Public API’s Provide the Open Platform Health IT Requires

Do we finally have the spark? Interoperability is the current health IT buzzword because it’s the essential ingredient in creating a system that benefits patients, doctors and hospitals. Almost everyone in healthcare is pressing for it and is frustrated, though probably not surprised, that Meaningful Use did not get us there. Read More »

Vanderbilt Open Sources Hardware and Software for Medical Capsule Robots

Press Release | Vanderbilt University | November 4, 2015

Researchers around the globe who want to customize medical capsule robots won’t have to start from scratch – a team from Vanderbilt University School of Engineering did the preliminary work for them and is ready to share. Through a website and a paper revealed at a pair of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) conferences, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering Pietro Valdastri, Associate Professor of Computer Engineering Akos Ledeczi and their team made the capsule hardware and software open-source.

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Why Apple and Other Tech Companies Are Fighting to Keep Devices Hard to Repair

Nick Statt | The Verge | August 3, 2017

Apple is the largest company on Earth by market cap, and its success is derived from selling brand-new high-end smartphones consistently month after month. At the peak of its iPhone business, back in 2015, Apple sold a staggering 231.5 million smartphones. Though sales have begun to slow, that one device alone still accounts for more than 50 percent of Apple’s entire business. The company’s second quarter earnings results for 2017, reported on Tuesday, showed a quarterly profit of $8.7 billion, a majority of which came from the sale of 41 million iPhones...

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