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More Work Is Needed On The Safety And Efficacy Of Healthcare Information Technology

Stephen Soumerai and Ross Koppel | The Health Care Blog | July 17, 2013

If one were writing about the improvement of gastronomy in America, one would probably not celebrate “over 300 billion hamburgers served.”  But that’s very much the type of success Dr. Ashish Jha is celebrating in last week’s piece on recent US healthcare IT sales. [...] Read More »

Six Months On, Windows 8 Sales Are A Mystery

Tom Warren | The Verge | April 26, 2013

The Windows 8 operating system debuted on October 26th, six months ago today. Intended to save a flagging PC industry, Microsoft's latest software is designed specifically for touch-equipped hardware. [...] Microsoft provided some early signs of Windows 8's sales performance, but recently it has been rather quiet. How well is the big Windows 8 gamble paying off? Read More »

Windows 8 Destroyed PC Sales

Nick Farrell | | April 11, 2013

PC sales fell 14 percent in the first three months of the year in what is the biggest decline in two decades. Read More »

Windows 8: Microsoft's New Coke Moment

Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols | ZDNet | May 1, 2013

The latest operating systems numbers are in, and Windows 8's failure is clearer than ever. Can Microsoft, like Coca-Cola before it, bring victory out of a defeated product launch? Read More »