In the past 12 months, most of the conversation around wearable technology has related to how “useful” the devices are. When I say conversation, it’s not necessarily questioning if current the technology is useful. There’s no question of that, when you compare devices released by Pebble, Samsung, Nike and others. The only reason anyone is […]
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If some of you are still on the fence regarding the coming mobile revolution, take a gander at this stat: by 2017, market research firm Research2Guidance estimates the mobile health market will be worth $26 billion. You read that right, $26 billion with a “B”. Of course, with that comes a certain level of government compliance, as […]
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Leave it to the folks at MIT to organize an open-source hackathon for the betterment of our health. Please check out this highly encouraging view into some of the greatest minds in software as the try to use the ever increasing amount of data we are gathering about human physiology. This is what happens when […]
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