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Samsung Galaxy IV en el Mobile World Congress 2013

Samsung Galaxy IV en el Mobile World Congress 2013 | Mobile Technology | Scoop.it
Desde la llegada del iPhone 5, mucho estaba tardando en salir un rumor sobre el próximo Galaxy de Samsung que intentara robar algo de protagonismo. Según este último rumor, el próximo buque insignia de los coreanos sería presentado en el...
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Android Wear recibirá compatibilidad de bocina y llamadas desde el reloj

Android Wear recibirá compatibilidad de bocina y llamadas desde el reloj | Mobile Technology | Scoop.it
La próxima actualización de Android Wear traería finalmente dos funciones que Samsung ha integrado durante años y que recientemente Apple trajo con su primer reloj inteligente.
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25 iOS Secret Features You Likely Didn’t Know About | Redmond Pie

25 iOS Secret Features You Likely Didn’t Know About | Redmond Pie | Mobile Technology | Scoop.it
“While it’s true that iOS started out as a relatively basic operating system for the iPhone and iPod touch, the software and its list of features have grown and matured over the years. Nowadays iOS is feature rich, so much so that we’re willing to bet that there are quite a few things hidden within iOS that lots of people don’t know even exist. With that in mind we set about putting together a list of features and tools within iOS that we didn’t think everyone would know existed. Initially, we kicked the idea off with a handful of items for our list, but eventually it grew into a list of no fewer than 25 tips and features that we hope will surprise at least some of you, ranging from hidden Siri commands to special Emoji.”
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Browse your recent Google Play tunes on your Android Wear watch

Browse your recent Google Play tunes on your Android Wear watch | Mobile Technology | Scoop.it
Google Play Music just got a lot more convenient... if you're using a cutting-edge Android wearable, that is. Smartwatches running the new Android Wear 5.1.1 update (such as the LG Watch Urbane) now let you browse your recent Play Music items.
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How to Establish a BYOD Policy

How to Establish a BYOD Policy | Mobile Technology | Scoop.it
“Ever been frustrated by the ancient technology you’re forced to use at the office? Tech geeks have it especially tough. At home, you’ve always got the latest gadgets.”
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Apple lanzará su HomeKit en junio

Apple lanzará su HomeKit en junio | Mobile Technology | Scoop.it
Apple ha confirmado que lanzará su plataforma HomeKit en junio de este año, justo un año después de anunciar su programa para un hogar inteligente en la conferencia anual para desarrolladores, conocida como WWDC.
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Google explica en Barcelona el futuro de los coches, y este tiene mucho que ver con tu forma de vivir

Google explica en Barcelona el futuro de los coches, y este tiene mucho que ver con tu forma de vivir | Mobile Technology | Scoop.it
Análisis a fondo sobre Google Car: coche conectado, internet de las cosas, auge del comercio electrónico y la repercusión en la decisión de...
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Apple Watch and The Future of App Design

Apple Watch and The Future of App Design | Mobile Technology | Scoop.it
The launch of the Apple Watch represents the latest proof point that we’re only going to have more devices to consider when designing mobile apps. Not only..

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The fact that Apple Watch is designed to be used alongside an iPhone raises another important consideration – your users will not experience your application in isolation on a single a device. They will likely pick and choose the device to interact with, moving from one to another, to meet their needs at a given point in time.  -  As such, it becomes really important to think about system-based design – that is, spending time up-front on a project, considering all the different touch points that your users will engage with your application, and creating a set of related experiences that are clearly designed as one, but that take advantage of and are contextual to each of the device form factors.

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Yahoo Adds Apple Watch Analytics To Mobile Developer Suite

Yahoo Adds Apple Watch Analytics To Mobile Developer Suite | Mobile Technology | Scoop.it
Powered by Flurry Analytics, new data set offers real-time user behavior insights for Apple Watch apps.

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Microsoft patenta anteojos inteligentes que “detectan sentimientos” de quienes entran al campo de visión

Microsoft patenta anteojos inteligentes que “detectan sentimientos” de quienes entran al campo de visión | Mobile Technology | Scoop.it
Las gafas son capaces de registrar los comportamientos a la vista y auditivos de los interlocutores de quien usa los lentes, y los sensores enviarán...
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Why so many Apple Watch apps suck

Why so many Apple Watch apps suck | Mobile Technology | Scoop.it
It's not the tiny screen, it's the upload time.

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It’s not the tiny screen, it’s the upload time.  On the front page of Sunday’s New York Times travel section, Stephanie Rosenbloom tells a story about the first time she tried to order a Uber ride through the company’s Apple Watch app. The app seemed to be frozen — until it wasn’t.  “Suddenly,” she writes, “it was ordering me car after car in what seemed like a digital-age version of the ‘I Love Lucy’ candy factory episode.”   Welcome to the world of first-generation third-party apps, the ones giving the Apple Watch a bad name. I’m not the only early user who’s complained about how slow and buggy they seemed.

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Cómo instalar Windows 10 en una placa Arduino

Cómo instalar Windows 10 en una placa Arduino | Mobile Technology | Scoop.it

Durante décadas Windows ha sido un sistema operativo cerrado y centrado en los ordenadores. Sólo en los últimos años se ha extendido a los smartphones y otros sistemas.

Esta filosofía de diseño cambia radicalmente con Windows 10. Microsoft quiere llegar donde antes han llegado Linux o Android. Windows 10 será el sistema multiplataforma que lo abarcará todo: PCs, smartphones, tablets, consolas, pero también el hardware del Internet de las Cosas.

Es un mercado aún virgen en donde los sistemas de la competencia no han cobrado ventaja, y Microsoft desea entrar pisando fuerte. Por eso, durante la presentación de Windows 10anunció que el nuevo sistema funcionaría en placas computacionales del estilo de Raspberry Pi o Arduino.


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Crean una app para controlar la glucosa en sangre con Android Wear

Crean una app para controlar la glucosa en sangre con Android Wear | Mobile Technology | Scoop.it
Un desarrollador estadounidense ha creado una app para ‘smartwachts’ con Android Wear que permita controlar los niveles de glucosa en sangre
No es la primera ni será la última vez que salud y electrónica inteligente se acercan.
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¿Cuál es el mejor smartwatch hasta la fecha?

¿Cuál es el mejor smartwatch hasta la fecha? | Mobile Technology | Scoop.it
Ahora que este nicho de mercado comienza a asentarse en la industria, ¿cuál crees que es el mejor smartwatch que hemos visto hasta la fecha?
Los smartwatches y los wearables en general han recorrido un largo camino en los últimos años.
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Android Lollipop: lanzamiento y fechas. Actualizar Android Lollipop - CNET en Español

Android Lollipop: lanzamiento y fechas. Actualizar Android Lollipop - CNET en Español | Mobile Technology | Scoop.it
La nueva versión de Android Lollipop trae Diseño Material y otras novedades. Te decimos cuándo actualizar Android en tu celular y tableta. Android Lollipop: descargar actualización.
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5 Top Mobile Marketing Tips from Travel and Hospitality Industry Leaders

5 Top Mobile Marketing Tips from Travel and Hospitality Industry Leaders | Mobile Technology | Scoop.it
“ Mobile marketing is today’s emerging trend, and mastering it can make the difference between increased conversion and stagnation.”
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Wearables 2015: Defining digital medicine

Wearables 2015: Defining digital medicine | Mobile Technology | Scoop.it
“Digital medicine is poised to transform biomedical research, clinical practice and the commercial sector. Here we introduce a monthly column from R&D/venture creation firm PureTech tracking digital medicine's emergence.” Technology has already transformed the social fabric of life in the twenty-first century. It is now poised to profoundly influence disease management and healthcare. Beyond the hype of the 'mobile health' and 'wearable technology' movement, the ability to monitor our bodies and continuously gather data about human biology suggests new possibilities for both biomedical research and clinical practice. Just as the Human Genome Project ushered in the age of high-throughput genotyping, the ability to automate, continuously record, analyze and share standardized physiological and biological data augurs the beginning of a new era—that of high-throughput human phenotyping. These advances are prompting new approaches to research and medicine, but they are also raising questions and posing challenges for existing healthcare delivery systems. How will these technologies alter biomedical research approaches, what types of experimental questions will researchers now be able to ask and what types of training will be needed? Will the ability to digitize individual characteristics and communicate by mobile technology empower patients and enable the modification of disease-promoting behaviors; at the same time, will it threaten patient privacy? Will doctors be prescribing US Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-cleared apps on a regular basis, not just to monitor and manage chronic disease but also to preempt acute disease episodes? Will the shift in the balance between disease treatment and early intervention have a broad economic impact on the healthcare system? How will the emergence of these new technologies reshape the healthcare industry and its underlying business models? What will be the defining characteristics of 'winning' products and companies? These are just some of the questions we plan to ask over the coming months. In the meantime, we introduce here some of the key themes shaping R&D in the digital medicine field and focus on what they might mean for the biopharmaceutical and diagnostic/device industries.
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Risto Suoknuuti's curator insight, May 17, 4:23 AM

Man made machines for mans use. Systems simplyfies after getting complex. This is the rule in the winning game.

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Wearable medical technology is quickly changing the potential for health research, and with IoT, health management. 

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And this is just the beginning ! 

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Ahora es Microsoft Bing quien comenzará a dar más importancia a las páginas optimizadas pras móviles

Ahora es Microsoft Bing quien comenzará a dar más importancia a las páginas optimizadas pras móviles | Mobile Technology | Scoop.it
El 21 de Abril pasado Google hizo un cambio en su algoritmo para dar preponderancia en los resultados de búsquedas en móviles a los contenidos de páginas web optimizadas para estos tipos de dispositivos.
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El Apple Watch no tiene un mecanismo anti-robo y cualquiera puede activarlo con otro iPhone

El Apple Watch no tiene un mecanismo anti-robo y cualquiera puede activarlo con otro iPhone | Mobile Technology | Scoop.it
El Apple Watch no cuenta con un mecanismo eficaz para evitar que alguien pueda robarlo. Al parecer un fallo en el Watch OS 1.0 permite saltarse la clave numérica de tal forma que el reloj puede resetearse y activarse con otro iPhone.
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This wearable uses biometric sensors and electricty to decrease your pain

This wearable uses biometric sensors and electricty to decrease your pain | Mobile Technology | Scoop.it
Pain relief without the help of medication may sound too good to be true, but a new startup says it has created a wearable that does just that.
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Could your next iPhone have an 'invisible' display? Apple patents a hidden transmission of data

Could your next iPhone have an 'invisible' display? Apple patents a hidden transmission of data | Mobile Technology | Scoop.it
The Cupertino-based company said the 'invisible' data could be in the form of machine readable information, such as barcodes, security details or QR codes that is meaningless to the user.

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The idea is that iPhones will someday have two displays; one that a user can see, and another display embedded beneath to transmit hidden data.  This could be in the form of machine readable information, such as barcodes, security details or QR codes that is meaningless to the user.  -  The concept, titled 'Invisible Light Transmission via a Display Assembly,' was discovered in a patent application this week by Apple Insider.  -  The multi-display concept could work using a single display that has pixels that quickly switch between visible and invisible information, according to the patent documents.  -  Apple claims this would allow an app to present visible information that is relevant to the user, while hidden code could be given to machines such as a check-out scanner.


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Interesante, dos tipo de informaciones en un solo dispositivo

Sieg Holle's curator insight, May 12, 11:59 AM

Food for thought  should you allow "smart " intrusions into your life ? Do you value your privacy? 

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22 SMB Industries Cashing in on Mobile Marketing [Infographic]

22 SMB Industries Cashing in on Mobile Marketing [Infographic] | Mobile Technology | Scoop.it
Let’s talk about refrigerator magnets. I’m in the kitchen considering my sad spread of questionable leftovers when I notice the phone number for Thai delivery on the freezer door right before me. Done.

Now let’s talk about bookmarks. Like many, I get my news online, and once I found a couple sites I trusted, I bookmarked them and the pursuit was over. Whenever I’m looking for the latest, I’m there in two clicks.

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6 things Android Wear smartwatches can do that the Apple Watch can't

6 things Android Wear smartwatches can do that the Apple Watch can't | Mobile Technology | Scoop.it
Google's Android Wear 5.1.1 gives Android Wear smartwatches a slight edge over the Apple Watch in terms of useful features.

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Top 3 reasons (1) Custom Watch Face, (2) Always-on app (soon) (3) Works over any Wi-Fi network - whereas you need to have the iPhone and Apple Watch connected to the same network, you always have to carry both.

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10 Of The Best Android Note Taking Apps for Teachers and Students

10 Of The Best Android Note Taking Apps for Teachers and Students | Mobile Technology | Scoop.it
May, 2015
In response to requests from some of our readers here in EdTech & mLearning, we have curated this list featuring 10 Android apps for taking notes.  The titles included here are...

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Cómo Transferir Apps desde un iPad antiguo a tu nuevo iPad

Cómo Transferir Apps desde un iPad antiguo a tu nuevo iPad | Mobile Technology | Scoop.it
Con el lanzamiento de los nuevos modelos iPad Air 2 y iPad Mini 3 de Apple son muchos los usuarios que han decidido actualizar sus tablets.
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Claves para elegir bien el smartphone que necesitas

Claves para elegir bien el smartphone que necesitas | Mobile Technology | Scoop.it

Poder elegir bien el smartphone y acertar con nuestra compra es algo que cada vez resulta más complicado para la mayoría.


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