is going after all the industry's stakeholders and will let the open source process deliver applications, based on personal health records, which may or may not be free. Google and some of its Google Health partners called ZDNet soon after participating in a Webcast for a " factory tour " of Google search which included a media update on the service. As Google product manager … [Read more...] about Where does Google Health go from here?
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Late last year I purchased a Samsung Gear S2 from T-Mobile, see my full review, in hopes it would serve as my smartwatch, daily activity tracker, and GPS running/cycling watch. Unfortunately, the closed nature of S Health eventually led to the Gear S2 being put in a drawer. Last week Samsung announced the Gear Fit 2 that is available in stores now. It turns out that the Gear … [Read more...] about Major Samsung S Health update adds popular connected services including Strava and RunKeeper
Microsoft describes its Edge browser as "The faster, safer browser designed for Windows 10." It is the default browser for Windows 10 users. If you think about it, back when IE debuted, our computing world was vastly different. Edge was designed with the intent to take into account all we do now with our browsers, defend against the threats the incrementally-updated IE has been … [Read more...] about Does anyone actually use (or even know about) Microsoft’s Edge browser?
posted on 02 Jun 2014, 13:21 13 1. TheNeighbor (Posts: 336; Member since: 15 Nov 2013) Again, S Health? Wow, Apple, just wow. posted on 02 Jun 2014, 13:23 3 2. HASHTAG (unregistered) Well, S Health is only available for Samsung devices. So.... posted on 02 Jun 2014, 13:31 9 6. AwesomestMaximuss (Posts: 148; Member since: 09 Jul 2013) And this ll be … [Read more...] about Comments for : Apple’s Health app is the hypochondriac’s dream: convergence of all your health and fitness data
posted on 21 Apr 2015, 04:11 1 1. joey_sfb (Posts: 6794; Member since: 29 Mar 2012) Good. Now put the rest of those Note apps in Playstore. I refuse to use any Samsung app I can't find in the play store. posted on 21 Apr 2015, 04:28 5 2. lehrer (Posts: 18; Member since: 09 Feb 2015) Samsung almost gave a F posted on 21 Apr 2015, 05:06 1 3. Neros (Posts: … [Read more...] about Comments for : Google Play Store now home to Samsung S Health app
Data analytics are widely used in sport “on the field” to improve performance and boost results. A Formula 1 car can take hairpin bends at breath-taking speeds thanks to the analysis of data collected from sensors. Data generated by the positioning of rugby players in scrums influences coaching and play strategies. The International Association of Athletics … [Read more...] about How sports clubs can use data to secure their futures
I’ll admit it: I was surprised by how the U.S. (and California, where I live) fared in terms of fitness, based on newly released aggregated and anonymous Fitbit user data. And it’s interesting to compare Fitbit’s findings to other recent data on how we’re doing, as a country and as individual metro areas, regarding fitness. Fitbit’s data comes from … [Read more...] about Fitbit ranks the fittest countries and U.S. cities
Keeping an eye on your newborn just got a little easier thanks to the magic of smartwear technology. MonBaby, which debuts in January 2015, offers monitoring technology for your baby or newborn, tracking everything from crib activity to breathing patterns, and other health information.MonBaby’s smartwear works as a “button” that is pinned between … [Read more...] about MonBaby is monitoring smartwear for your baby’s health and activity
Apple is touting the Apple Watch using three main arguments. The first is that it keeps time, and is accurate to within 50 milliseconds. (I’m so relieved by the fact that a watch in 2015 can be accurate, aren’t you?) The second is the “fun, spontaneous ways” you can communicate with “your favorite people.” And the third is probably the best … [Read more...] about Apple’s Health app really needs a redesign
Despite having the same fitness level as everybody else at school, Gary Barber was never able to run as far as the other kids could because, at the age of four, he was diagnosed with a heart defect. The impact the heart defect had on Barber progressively worsened in his adult life. At one point, Barber, who is now 48, was unable to walk from the lounge room to the bathroom … [Read more...] about How Cardihab uses data to speed recovery of cardiac patients