Friday, 18 January 2013

Smartphones and M2M for mHealth

Smartphones

TechRepublic Member | January 18, 2013

Smartphones and M2M for mHealth

Will Kelly explains how smartphones and M2M are becoming tools for patient advocacy and self-sufficiency. Read more

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Best Practice Tips on Building a Unified Communications Business Case

Moving to Unified Communications means determining which solution best fits your organization's needs. That includes creating a solid business case. This white paper tells you how to establish your criteria to seek out the best solution. View this essential white paper today.


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O2 to ditch pre-packaged chargers from all new phones by 2015

It turns out phone buyers don?t actually want duplicate chargers, a pilot by the operator with HTC has found. Read more

RIM pays developers $500,000 to build apps for BlackBerry 10

BlackBerry-maker Research in Motion is holding its last port-a-thon for developers, aimed at bolstering the availability of BlackBerry 10-compatiable apps ahead of the OS' launch. Read more

Time for improved BlackBerry keyboards, RIM please add key punctuation

RIM is getting ready to release BlackBerry 10 and new hardware, so it's also a good time for them to evaluate their leading QWERTY keyboards to see if they can be improved as well. There are a couple tweaks I would like to see. Read more

Forget the Facebook phone, make free calls via WiFi and Messenger on iOS devices

Facebook didn't announce a phone like some believed, but they did update the Facebook Messenger app so that iOS users can make free calls via WiFi in the US and Canada. Read more

Video walkthrough of BlackBerry 10 leaks in advance of RIM launch event

More and more is leaking out as we approach the RIM BB 10 launch event and in this 7 minute, 30 second, video you get a good feel for possible hardware and the OS. Read more

MEDL Mobile releases NRA: Practice Range iPhone application to help teach gun safety

There is a lot of discussion about guns at the moment after the recent horrific mass murders in Newtown, CT. The NRA is part of these discussions and a new iPhone application that focuses on gun safety was released that maybe should have been shelved for another month or two. Read more

15 reasons the HTC Droid DNA keeps my SIM out of the Apple iPhone 5

I still have an unlimited data plan on Verizon and am enjoying unfettered LTE. There are many reasons that my Verizon SIM lives in the Droid DNA instead of my iPhone 5 and this gallery shows the top 15 reasons. Read more

Nielsen: Still room for smartphones to grow in emerging markets

More than half of American mobile users have already jumped to smartphones, but there is still plenty of room for growth for these handsets in developing nations. Read more

iPhone market share to peak at 22 percent in 2013, says analyst

Could the iPhone breach the 22 percent market share 'peak,' as set by one analysts' firm, if Apple hit the enterprise sector harder? Read more

Asus 'interested' in making a Windows Phone

In a recent interview, an Asus executive hinted that the firm is "interested" in pursuing the idea of offering Windows-based phones. Read more


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