Our Take on All Things Technology

Samsung’s Milk Video for Android Aficionados

Posted by Richard Smith

Fri, Nov 21, 2014

Ever thought anyone could pose a serious challenge to YouTube’s monopoly? Well, here is Milk Video from Samsung exclusively for Galaxy users.

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Topics: App Reviews, Android, Mobile Apps

Part 2: Wearables in Healthcare – Integration and Data Exposure Anxieties

Posted by Richard Smith

Wed, Nov 12, 2014

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Infiltration of wearables in healthcare was one of the most promising phenomena that happened recently. Dethroning the mHealth apps to claim the hotspot happened quicker than expected. The expectations about wearables are skyrocketing with every new gadget entering the market. And with each new gadget finding its perfect spot in the healthcare ecosystem, the real challenge is to see how well healthcare IT systems will accommodate and integrate the wearable data into their core processes.

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Topics: mHealth, Healthcare, Wearbles, Wearable Tech

Wearables In Healthcare - Part 1

Posted by Richard Smith

Tue, Nov 4, 2014

If you thought mobile apps are the latest in digital health, you are wrong my friend! mHealth apps are soon becoming the middleware for healthcare wearables! Wearable technology is the new front end in digital healthcare.

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Topics: mHealth, Healthcare, medical device apps, Wearbles, Wearable Tech

Twitter Fabric – Old Wine In New Bottle?

Posted by Ranjani Rao

Tue, Nov 4, 2014

The highlight at Twitter Flight, Twitter’s mobile developer conference was Fabric. Fabric is Twitter’s cross-platform mobile development suite ; designed to ease the challenges that thousands of mobile app developers face on a daily basis.

The apps are many and the problems are the same - tracking app crashes, ensuring its stability, monetization and growing a loyal user base. Fabric aims to ease a developer’s workload by bring mobile SDKs under one umbrella and organizing them into three Kits: the Crashlytics Kit, the Twitter Kit and the MoPub Kit. Fabric supports Xcode and all major Android IDEs.

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Topics: Mobile App Development, Mobility for Enterprises, enterprise mobility, enterprise mobile strategy

After KitKat, it’s Lollipop!

Posted by Richard Smith

Mon, Oct 20, 2014

Yes, Lollipop is the name of Android 5.0 a.k.a Android L. In Google’s words,  “Lollipop is designed to meet the diverse needs of the billion-plus people who already use Android today.”

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Topics: Android, Technology, Mobile Platforms

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