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Two leading healthcare purchasing organizations, GNYHA Services Inc. and Essensa Inc., have recently added the MedSnap ID to their lists of technological product offerings. A MedSnap ID statement said this week that the two groups, which serve acute care, alternate care, and non-healthcare markets, have adopted the combination iPhone app and Snap Surface product in the ongoing effort to reduce the number of errors in patient medication histories.
4/23/2014 6:57:20 PM
NaviSite has expanded its NaviCloud suite of managed offerings with a new off-site replication service and cloud storage solution. The new NaviCloud Vault: Data Domain offering adds to the company's diverse suite of managed offerings, which include desktop-as-a-service (DaaS), messaging and collaboration solutions and the NaviCloud IaaS platform.
4/23/2014 6:52:39 PM
It was one of the biggest moves that many had seen in terms of video game hardware manufacture, and even beyond that; Facebook's move to purchase Oculus VR was a move met with plenty of skepticism and no small amount of controversy. Now, it's a move that's one step closer to reality, as Facebook has landed approval from United States antitrust authorities to make its purchase of the company, and complete its first-ever deal involving hardware.
4/23/2014 6:36:05 PM
Until recently, when T-Mobile announced its Un-carrier plan, the two year contract with fees for early termination was just one of the ways that mobile carriers kept their subscribers. Something else that kept you locked into your provider was the fact that your smartphone was actually locked. That means that your device will only function on your carrier's network.
4/23/2014 6:27:19 PM
Drawbridge, a provider of solutions for cross-device advertising, stated that its cross-device solutions have been integrated with video ad capability enabling advertisers to take their product placements to over a billion devices in the United States, Great Britain, Brazil, Germany, China, and other major markets.
4/23/2014 6:17:59 PM
It was way back at an E3 event when Microsoft showed off the power of adding voice search to entertainment by letting the Kinect device search for content, all from the user's own voice commands. This particular lesson doesn't appear to have been lost on Apple, as bits of new code found for iOS 7.1 suggests that a future version of Apple TV may come with Siri's voice control systems.
4/23/2014 6:10:52 PM
Relay2 announced on Monday that it released its Enterprise Cloud WLAN System designed to overcome the disadvantages of hardware WLAN controllers. If Relay2's claims are true, this product would reduce the costs and hassles that often accompany installation of WLAN hardware. It also demonstrates that there are no limits to how cloud technology can be applied as one type of network technology can now be used to manage another.
4/23/2014 6:04:59 PM
AT&T first quarter 2014 results will provide reason for both optimism and concern. AT&T posted better earnings than anticipated by analysts, with revenues up about 3.5 percent
4/23/2014 5:59:03 PM
Society first reached a tipping point with its demand for cleaner, more fuel-efficient vehicles by demanding hybrids, result-gasoline- and battery-powered automobiles ushered onto the road by early frontrunners such as the popular Toyota Prius. Now, consumers want more, and they are reaching for purely-electric vehicles. No gasoline required.
4/23/2014 5:54:34 PM
In 2012, Campus Quad set out on a mission to connect college students and their mobile devices. Campus Quad proclaims itself as fighting the chaos of countless social networks and boards, giving students and professors a single places to post events, ads, and social news on one app that can be integrated with other social platforms. Campus Quad has become a popular app among college students and professors, available on both the iTunes store, and Google Play.
4/23/2014 5:49:20 PM
Sometimes tools have unexpected, and even unintended, new uses. From the first time someone used a rock for decoration up until the modern day when screwdrivers proved surprisingly adept as paint can openers. While some believed that mobile devices might well kill the printed word, reports from UNESCO are describing how mobile devices are proving to offer a boost to literacy rates, particularly in developing countries.
4/23/2014 5:39:46 PM
For many, the name Texas Instruments brings memories of school due to their line of graphing calculators. Back in the days when smartphones weren't common, the graphing calculator was amazing, allowing students to store the answers to test questions in secret files on their calculators, play peculiar games, and, if one actually used it correctly, build graphs out of data sets. What people don't realize is that Texas Instruments isn't just a calculator developer, but is a developer of advanced semiconductors.
4/23/2014 5:32:27 PM
One Source Networks, a provider of voice and network services for enterprises across the globe, announced Monday that it has received Microsoft Lync 2013 qualification for its SIP trunking solution. According to the company's statement, its services were tested to ensure compatibility with a number of SIP protocols, including SRTP and TLS support that provide call signal encryption.
4/23/2014 5:28:17 PM
No. 1 cable MSO Comcast has managed to claw its way out of the cable churn bucket, adding basic video subscribers for the second consecutive quarter. Meanwhile, Bloomberg is reporting that Comcast is close to a deal to sell 1.5 million subs to Charter Communications, with plans to spin off another 2.5 million into a new, publicly-traded company in which Charter will have a minority stake.
4/23/2014 5:19:03 PM
Even as it reported soaring profits, Netflix, eyeing future margin issues, has decided to raise its prices modestly, from $7.99 per month to $8.99 or $9.99 per month for its online video service. The change should go into effect later this quarter-and won't affect existing customers for two years.
4/23/2014 5:15:20 PM
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