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What Makes WebKit, WebKit?

What Makes WebKit, WebKit? | Tech trends feed | Scoop.it
WebKit, the rendering engine that powers web browsers like Google’s Chrome, Apple’s Safari, and soon Opera as well, has become a developer favorite thanks to its support for web standards and near-ubiquity in the mobile world.
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Startup Founders Predict Tech Trends For 2013 | Techli

Startup Founders Predict Tech Trends For 2013 | Techli | Tech trends feed | Scoop.it
What tech trend do you anticipate will dominate the startup world in 2013? What can SBOs do to prepare?
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So You've Discovered the Importance of Good Design. Don't Make These Mistakes

So You've Discovered the Importance of Good Design. Don't Make These Mistakes | Tech trends feed | Scoop.it
It seems like famously engineering-centric cultures like Google are trying to integrate design thinking into their way of doing things.
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As Math Grows More Complex, Will Computers Reign?

As Math Grows More Complex, Will Computers Reign? | Tech trends feed | Scoop.it
As the role of computers in pure mathematics grows, researchers debate their reliability.
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Depression-Detecting Applications - The EI Technologies Xpression Tool Monitors Moods (TrendHunter.com)

Depression-Detecting Applications - The EI Technologies Xpression Tool Monitors Moods (TrendHunter.com) | Tech trends feed | Scoop.it
(TrendHunter.com) The EI Technologies Xpression smartphone application listens to the tone of users' voices with a specific look at depression. The tool places the recorded voices along a mood scale via an...
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Best Bus Stop Ever

Are you Born Mobile? Find out at on.fb.me We wanted to make everyday life better with mobile, so we brought in a few surprises to a bus stop. We put up a poster featuring a URL. We waited for people to visit the mobile site.
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20 trends for 2020 - Smart Company

20 trends for 2020 - Smart Company | Tech trends feed | Scoop.it
20 trends for 2020
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Earlier this week I spoke at the Ovations Speaker Showcase about the 20 Trends for 2020, the big economic and technology trends that will define business over the rest of this decade.
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The History of Education [Infographic] - Boundless Blog

The History of Education [Infographic] - Boundless Blog | Tech trends feed | Scoop.it

"To understand where we’re heading in education and edtech, it’s important to look back at our educational roots.

As we searched for some of most memorable moments and discoveries in the history of education, we found there are lots of things that haven’t changed in hundreds of years! The groundwork for clunky, physical textbooks was set by the Ancient Greeks, and in the Middle Ages, the lecture format of teaching emerged."


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Beth Dichter's curator insight, February 22, 2013 11:24 PM

This is clearly an overview (how could one cover centuries of education in one infographic). The infographic starts with Education in the Ancient World and moves through the Middle Ages, on to the Renaissance, then to Early Education in the U.S., Modern Education in the U.S. and finishes with Where Education Will Be in 20 Years. 

Casey Strachan's curator insight, February 23, 2013 1:18 PM

While their search for some of most memorable moments and discoveries in the history of education, showed a lot of things that haven’t changed in hundreds of years,we bet we'll see some changes soon with incredibly low cost computers, and tablets entering the classrooms ... At least we hope so....

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World's First 3D Printing Pen Takes Kickstarter By Storm

World's First 3D Printing Pen Takes Kickstarter By Storm | Tech trends feed | Scoop.it
If you've ever wanted to see your doodles in three dimensions, you can now do just that -- provided you fund the Kickstarter page for 3Doodler, the first ever 3D printing pen. (RT @HuffPostTech: Check out this incredible 3D printing pen!

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David W. Deeds's curator insight, February 24, 2013 9:53 AM

OK, last post on the 3Doodler, I promise! Can't wait to get mine. ;)

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Bacon chocolate, e-cards and other Valentine trends

Bacon chocolate, e-cards and other Valentine trends | Tech trends feed | Scoop.it
Google has combed through recent search trends to get an idea of what people are thinking this Valentine's Day. (Bacon chocolate, e-cards and other Valentine trends: (CNN) -- Choosing the right Valentine's Day gift can be t...
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20 Tech Trends for 2013 | Blog | design mind

20 Tech Trends for 2013 | Blog | design mind | Tech trends feed | Scoop.it
(Click to view frog's 2013 Tech Trends poster) Yes, it's already that transitional time when our current year ends and another begins, and today and tomorrow are quickly changing hands. Rather than look back at significant ...
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20 Tech Trends That Will Define 2013, Selected By Frog

20 Tech Trends That Will Define 2013, Selected By Frog | Tech trends feed | Scoop.it

FROM AUTOMATED CARS TO SMARTER SMARTPHONES, HERE ARE THE IDEAS THAT WILL SHAPE THE FUTURE.

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Tech Salary Trends Reveal Surprising Winners, Losers

Tech Salary Trends Reveal Surprising Winners, Losers | Tech trends feed | Scoop.it
While overall tech salaries rose a relatively healthy 5 percent during 2012, closer study of the numbers reveals some clear -- and surprising -- winner (Tech Salary Trends Reveal Surprising Winners, Losers http://t.co/vy9zk8jwKt)...
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The Big-Data Interview: Making Sense of the New World Order

The Big-Data Interview: Making Sense of the New World Order | Tech trends feed | Scoop.it
Welcome to the Big Data era. A lot of people -- most notably computer companies -- talk about Big Data these days, but very few people seem to understand what it means.
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Technology in Hotels – The Trends of 2013 | .TR

Technology in Hotels – The Trends of 2013 | .TR | Tech trends feed | Scoop.it
This year will see a number of trends regarding hotel technology. (Trend alert!
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3 Awesome Apps for Teachers to Create their Own Apps ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

3 Awesome Apps for Teachers to Create their Own Apps ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Tech trends feed | Scoop.it

"I have been doing a lot of apps review here in Educational Technology and Mobile Learning but I have never posted about the tools you as teachers and educators can use to create your own apps. Just lower your eyebrows down, you can do it without any coding knowledge. Of course Android and Apple do provide tech savyy guys with the tools necessary to create their own apps but for us who know nothing about SDK and app development skills, platforms like the ones below will serve the purpose. You can create your app in less than a minute and the process is completely free.

 Here are some of the apps I learned from Steven Anderson and which you can use to create your customizable apps. Enjoy"


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Insurance tech trends for 2013

Insurance tech trends for 2013 | Tech trends feed | Scoop.it
Many insurance companies are hitting the treadmill and getting themselves into shape with a fresh approach to their operations.
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With this HTML5 technology, video players will literally - Digital Trends

With this HTML5 technology, video players will literally - Digital Trends | Tech trends feed | Scoop.it
A Swiss company is aiming to change the scope of video players by embedding them into HTML5, allowing media to load regardless of Web browser.
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Google follows Microsoft's playbook with touch-friendly Chromebook Pixel

Google follows Microsoft's playbook with touch-friendly Chromebook Pixel | Tech trends feed | Scoop.it
On paper, Google's Pixel trumps rival Chromebooks from hardware partners in most areas -- except price (Google follows Microsoft's playbook with touch-friendly Chromebook Pixel http://t.co/Oz2pfoLX4n...
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The Steve Jobs Way: Exploring the intersection of psychedelics and technology

The Steve Jobs Way: Exploring the intersection of psychedelics and technology | Tech trends feed | Scoop.it
Silicon Valley's roots are in a radical counter-culture that once embraced LSD as a possible creativity booster...
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What Will It Take to Bring Mobile Ed to the Developing World? | MindShift

What Will It Take to Bring Mobile Ed to the Developing World? | MindShift | Tech trends feed | Scoop.it

In developing countries, where smartphones and dependable cellular networks are still scarce, it’s been difficult to gauge the real impact of the mobile education movement. But with the combination of different factors — the advent of new technology, decreased pricing for data, a worldwide lust for mobile education, and a persisting patience for smaller screens and lower connection speeds in nations where there is little alternative — the landscape in developing countries may be at a tipping point.


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Nik Peachey's curator insight, February 24, 2013 2:40 AM

Some interesting insights here and some interesting stats "35% of American respondents say that learning on their mobile phones would be their top choice for learning, compared to 30% who indicate that school would be their ideal channel for education."

Robert Farrow's curator insight, February 25, 2013 4:42 AM
35% of American respondents say that learning on their mobile phones would be their top choice for learning, compared to 30% who indicate that school would be their ideal channel for education.54% of Americans said they would be “very interested” in receiving education via their mobile phones and an additional 21% said they would be “somewhat interested.” For males under 17, the percentage of those “very interested” grows to 62%.41%  of Americans said career development is the number one learning goal
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New Atlantic Ventures’ John Backus On Google Glass, The Battle For The Living Room, And Impending Cyberwar

New Atlantic Ventures’ John Backus On Google Glass, The Battle For The Living Room, And Impending Cyberwar | Tech trends feed | Scoop.it
Some of the best conversations I have about the tech space are with investors — along with being rich and generally smart, they seem to have the best predictive insights into the industry.
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The Next Generation Electronic Medical Record

The Next Generation Electronic Medical Record | Tech trends feed | Scoop.it

A fundamental shift is rapidly taking place away from the traditional flow of information as defined by payers, physicians, hospital systems, and suppliers. It is clear that we are at the start of a major shift in the demand from consumers and providers for better information and easier ways to share experiences. All stakeholders in healthcare must immediately begin to confront the decision of how to interact with these new technologies and networks, and potentially adopt and integrate them into their business and technology strategies.

 

Traditionally science gives knowledge to clinicians, who in turn pass on this knowledge to medical patients.

 

However, in a modern healthcare settingproviders and patients need assistance in the acquisition of knowledge relevant to their conditions, treatment and the opportunity to discuss this knowledge with their peers, friends, family, advocates and other clinicians.

 

The problem is not a lack of will or incentive. Cutting through this Gordian Knot involves getting enough information from the physician, nurse and patients to ensure the proper outcome. Clinical databases are scarce in healthcare today and most analytical tools have trouble extracting meaningful information from free text, claims and pharmacy data. 

 

Most EMR’s have not been designed as clinical systems and have trouble sending or accepting 3rd party clinical data.  Every day the US generates millions of dictated and typed medical reports each requiring a laborious and time-consuming process of data entry and manipulation, where highly trained and expensive experts manually cull the needed information from each report. Many HIT vendors can’t support the granular clinical data culled out of these reports to meet meaningful use and other regulatory requirements put in place by the federal government.

 


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Zeitgeist 2012: Year In Review

See how the world searched with Google's 2012 Zeitgeist: http://www.google.com/zeitgeist Music: "All I Want" by Kodaline Video production by Whirled Creative
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