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The Darknet Project: Netroots Activists Dream of Global Mesh Network

Ryan Paul | Ars Technica | November 7, 2011

A group of Internet activists gathered last week in an Internet Relay Chat (IRC) channel to begin planning an ambitious project—they hope to overcome electronic surveillance and censorship by creating a whole new Internet. The group, which coordinates its efforts through the Reddit social networking site, calls its endeavor The Darknet Project (TDP). Read More »

The Smartphone Companies That Shook Up India And China Are Ready To Colonize The World

Leo Mirani | Quartz | October 25, 2013

You’ve never heard of Micromax [...] but in just five years it’s gone from a standing start to commanding over a fifth of the Indian smartphone market, behind only Samsung. Its stated ambition to is to control a third of the market. Its swift rise mirrors that of China’s Xiaomi [...] Now both companies are looking beyond their national borders to take their explosive growth to the world.

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Toward the Pocket Doctor: South Koreans Perfecting Mobile Phone Medical Apps

Sam Dean | OStatic | January 31, 2012

As all of us spend more and more time with our mobile phones, it can be easy to be lulled into believing that all the great mobile applications have already been invented. However, many mobile analysts predict that one emerging application class for mobile phones has yet to come to full fruition: medical diagnostic applications. Read More »

Upstart Mobile OS Tizen Previews Code

John Ribeiro | Computer World | January 23, 2012

An alpha release of the source code for the Tizen open-source operating system, aimed at giving Android and iOS a run for their money, is now available for download. Backed by Intel, Samsung and other vendors, Tizen is a Linux-based platform. It includes an HTML5 application framework and a customizable user interface, in addition to the operating system. Read More »

VA CIO Forecasts In-House Mobile Apps Store

Bob Brewin | NextGov | September 28, 2011

Veterans Affairs Department Chief Information Officer Roger Baker envisions development of an in-house application store for mobile computing, he said Wednesday at a press briefing, where he also announced that VA is on course to open up its network to smartphones and tablet computers by Monday. Read More »

VA Employees to Test Mobile Access to Information Networks Via Tablets, Smartphones

Wyatt Kash | AOL Government | September 29, 2011

The Veterans Affairs Department is expected to launch a test program next week that would permit as many as 1,000 VA employees to use mobile smartphone and tablet devices to access the VA's information network, according to comments made by VA's Roger Baker, reported by Federal News Radio. Read More »

Valuable Mental Health Apps Lost in a Sea of Untrustworthy Digital Solutions

Evan Sweeney | Fierce Healthcare | April 10, 2017

The mental health industry has been flooded with potentially untrustworthy apps.
With more than 10,000 mobile health apps available to assist with mental health treatment, patients and clinicians now face the daunting challenge of parsing out trustworthy digital tools. That challenge has only intensified as more apps have entered the marketplace amid the FDA’s hands-off approach to regulating apps and wearables, researchers wrote in JAMA Psychiatry...

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WebOS Gets Surprise Second Life in Healthcare

Janet Maragioglio | Mobiledia | January 4, 2012

Hewlett-Packard's WebOS is making unexpected inroads in healthcare as medical researchers develop applications for the newly open-source platform. Andrew B. Read More »

White House Limits Feds' Mobile Devices to Cut Costs

Joseph Marks | NextGov | November 9, 2011

An Obama administration executive order aimed at cutting government waste includes a plan to trim "duplicative and unnecessary" employee information technology devices such as smartphones, laptops and tablets. Most of the duplication in federal employees' personal IT devices involves computers, not phones, said Cindy Auten, general manager of the Telework Exchange, an industry group that p Read More »

Why The Internet of Things Will Be Open

Glyn Moody | Computer World UK | November 10, 2011

One prediction that I feel confident about making is that if the Internet takes off, it will be based on open standards. Even more than the Internet, the Internet of things will have such a huge number of companies involved that it will be impossible for any one of them to impose a proprietary standard. Read More »

With mHealth Platforms, the Smartphone is Just the Beginning

Eric Wicklund | mHealth Intelligence | June 6, 2016

Healthcare providers are investing a lot of time and money in enterprise-wide communications, and finding that the smartphone is a very versatile tool. Health systems are finding that an enterprise-wide smartphone platform is much more than just a cool way to give everyone a new phone...

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ZibdyHealth Launches the “Smart HIE” Personal Health Information Exchange

Press Release | Zibdy Health | February 24, 2016

With “Smart HIE”, ZibdyHealth will provide patient medical record interoperability in a secure environment, transfer data ownership to the patient and provide users with a rich suite of tools to manage their health in a very simple to use application.

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