The Internet has a long, long memory. The things you say and do online are virtually impossible to eradicate. This may be a case where the best defense is a strong offense. How can you create a positive digital footprint?
Eighty percent of smartphone users are interested in using their smartphones to interact with health care providers, according to a FICO survey of 2,239 adult smartphone users from the UK, Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Russia, Turkey, and the United States.
7 Ways Stock Trading Will Be Completely Different in the FutureEntrepreneurIt's just that the advisor might be an artificial intelligence platform dispensing investment advice to a digital avatar of the individual investor.
According to a recent report from ON World, in the next fives years an estimated 700 million wearable technology devices will ship worldwide, which will make for a $47.4 billion market. The research firm predicts that hardware sales will continue to dominate revenues for the next five years but monitoring services, apps, and subscriptions will have faster growth rates.
The current debate over the right to be forgotten, spurred by a European Union ruling that allows people to stop certain web pages from appearing in search results, is proof – if further proof was required – of the distinct form of public life that...
One of the rewards of this work is seeing health IT in action, so when I visit my doctor I am always interested to learn how his organization is utilizing health IT to carry out its work. I experienced one such example on a recent ...
All online personal data collected from Russians must soon by law be hosted in Russia. The Russian Duma passed the amendment to an existing law governing personal data on Wednesday, which will likely require all ...
Wearable technology has taken stirred the imagination of consumers and researchers alike. From Apple and Samsung, who are trying to create consumer wearables to companies like MC10 and iRhythm that are creating wearables for clinical purposes, the potential for wearables in our planet seems to be boundless. Intel Corp.
By utilizing wearable self-trackers like the Nike Fuel, the Jawbone Up or the Fitbit products, we can track some of our personal activities and acquire vast amount of data on ourselves. But can these tech wonders really enhance our lives and make us happier? Will they really give us answers or will they only lead to more questions and confusion?
We are suddenly addicted to measuring things about ourselves: the "Quantified Self" movement is red hot. The Fitbit, Jawbone, and Nike devices that measure your footsteps and daily activities are selling like hotcakes. Amazingly, Pew Internet Research believes that 21% of all adults now use technology track their own activities for [...]