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New Smartphone OSes Taking Baby Steps Toward iOS, Android

Mikael Ricknäs | Computerworld | August 27, 2013

Newcomers Firefox, Ubuntu, Sailfish and Tizen won't challenge Android's dominance anytime soon, but can still survive, according to analysts Read More »

OS X Mountain Lion Users: No More Security Updates?

Larry Seltzer | ZDNet | October 23, 2013

Have you not yet updated to OS X Mavericks? You better get on the ball because it appears, counter to prior practice, Apple won't be providing security updates to earlier versions anymore. Read More »

Publish Or Perish? Now It’s Publish, Share, Track Or Perish

Roger Tagholm | Publishing Perspectives | March 27, 2014

Jan Reichelt, co-founder and president of Mendeley, at the Digital Minds Conference prior to the London Book Fair on Monday, April 7, 2014. The publishing industry, in common with many other content-based industries such as music and news, faces a challenge of “user engagement and technology disruption,” says Jan Reichelt, co-founder and president of Mendeley, the platform for managing and sharing research papers.

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Review: Figure1 Clinical Image Sharing App For iPhone (VIDEO)

Dan Buckland | Medgadget | May 28, 2013

Figure1 is a free iOS app (Android to come) debuting today at the Apple app store that hopes to be a “crowdsourced medical image library that healthcare professionals can use to share, rank, and discuss images.” [...] Read More »

Smartphone Operating Systems: The Rise Of Android, The Fall Of Windows

Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols | ZDNet | February 7, 2013

While Android and Apple's iOS continue to rise, the arrival of Windows Phone 8 actually saw Microsoft's share of the smartphone market fall. The race for the number three smartphone operating system is wide open. Read More »

The Evolving Landscape Of Medical Apps In Healthcare

Jasmine Pennic | HIT Consultant | June 23, 2014

Mitchell Posada, VP of Marketing at Pathfinder Software discusses the evolving landscape of medical apps in healthcare...

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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 »

VA Buys iPads And Verizon Plans To Expand Telemental Health Pilot

Zach Rausnitz | FierceMobileGovernment | July 2, 2013

As part of its home-based telemental health program, the Veterans Affairs Department awarded a contract on June 28 to Apple and Verizon to provide 250 iPads and 300 mobile broadband plans, respectively. Read More »

Who's Winning the Mobile Platform Wars - Just The Numbers Please

Harry McCracken | Time Tech | April 16, 2013

Who’s winning the mobile platform wars, Apple‘s iOS or Google‘s Android? Read More »

Why Apple And Google Can't Sync Right—And Don't Care If You Suffer

Matt Asay | Say Media Inc. | August 30, 2013

There's a mobile ecosystem battle raging, with Apple and Google racing to build end-to-end mobile monopolies. According to VisionMobile, "The triumph of iOS and Android is a testament to the superiority of ecosystems economics over legacy business models." Sadly, this triumph has a casualty, and that casualty is you.

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Why Open Source Is Positive For Healthcare

Andy Clegg | The Information | September 9, 2014

As a clinical consultant representing a proprietary software supplier in healthcare, you may be surprised to hear that I believe the attention that open source software is receiving is positive...

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Windows 8 Continues To Fail

Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols | ZDNEt | June 2, 2013

The real take-away from Net Applications' May 2013 release of NetMarketShare monthly operating system statistics is that, as PC sales continue to collapse, Microsoft's Windows 8 could be a factor behind the plunge. Read More »

Your Phone Really Wants You To Be Healthier

Polly Mosendz | The Wire | May 2, 2014

Mobile giants Apple and Samsung are both pushing fitness in their upcoming phone releases, because you clearly don't have enough guilt about not working out as it is. The Wire put down the chips and soda long enough to investigate how exactly your phone is going to start tracking your health...

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