Surgeons at Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital have turned to Google Glass to access patient records, look at MRI and X-ray information during surgery.
Fast Company magazine rated Kenya’s mobile network operator Safaricom number nine in innovation globally due to its role in bridging the health care gap with telecoms services and helping improve the lives of millions of Kenyans.
Google Inc’s investment fund has bought a minority stake in Renaissance Learning, a British education technology start-up that provides cloud-based reading and assessment software tools used by nearly 20 million students and teachers.
A new technology, called pCell, is one of many techniques that companies are looking at to address increasing public demand for mobile data.
A new report by ad network Chitika says the highest usage of tablet devices occurs around 9:00 PM, with the iPad as the clear winner for driving traffic.
Teens might use “likes” to gain followers and popularity, but what they don’t understand is that the game of likes was created by multibillion-dollar companies looking to generate more traffic to glean user data they can collect and sell.