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Hearing Aids Smartphone App is Wonderful

Hearing Aids Smartphone App is Wonderful
A new smartphone connected hearing aids app that has come on the market is wonderful and versatile. It not only increases the volume reaching the ears but acts as a pair of headphones to boot.
Read more Mar 13 2014, 7:49am CDT


Logitech Harmony Smart keyboard saves your thumbs

Logitech Harmony Smart keyboard saves your thumbs
Logitech Offers new universal remote keyboard
Read more Mar 4 2014, 1:08pm CST

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FaceTime not working on iOS 6, complain users

Source: Times of India

Apple Store Soho Presents Meet The Athlete: Pele
A number of iOS 6 users are reporting problems while using FaceTime, Apple’s free video chat service. ...
Full article at: Times of India 1 day ago, 8:53am CDT

Amazon leaks Xbox One Media Remote Ahead of Official Announcement

Amazon leaks Xbox One Media Remote Ahead of Official Announcement
Xbox One media remote is coming
Read more Feb 13 2014, 11:06am CST

Video: Awesome tiny wearable gadget could help the blind read

Source: BGR

Men's Health Live Casting Event For The Search For "The Ultimate Men's Health Guy"
FingerReader is the name of a wearable gadget that could help visually impaired people read printed text in books and even on electronic devices, thus opening up additional possibilities to them. Developed by MIT researchers, FingerReader wants to help the blind access more resources than what’s already available in braille format. TechCrunch reports that, according to a recent study from the Royal National Institute of the Blind in Britain cited by one of the researchers, in ...
Full article at: BGR 1 day ago, 11:15pm CDT

How to reduce stress and make life easy for your loved ones?

Source: EmpowHer

Dow Falls As Technology Sector Stocks Tumble
If a certain member of your family has a problem to move or be moved freely and easily, then a stairlift will be great choice for you to ease the pain of the person. A person who has got mobility problems will have stress on the joints while walking through the stairs. Hence, by adding a stairlift to your house you can make life easier for that person. Moreover, it really doesn’t take much space or reconstruction in order to install a s stairlift. Installing s ...
Full article at: EmpowHer 1 day ago, 1:36pm CDT

Digital Health In 2014: The Imperative Of Connectivity

Build it and they will come. I sense that this may be a guiding principal to digital health. Build a sexy device or a...
Read more Jan 2 2014, 1:21pm CST

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Peaches Geldof to be Laid to Rest on Easter Monday
Peaches Geldof: Funeral to be Held on Easter Monday
Peaches Geldof is to be laid to rest soon after her sudden death due to unknown causes. Some say that after being incinerated, her remains will be spread in the soil surrounding her family residence. On the other hand Peaches Geldof may be buried.
Padma Lakshmi Shows Bad Taste in Fashion
Padma Lakshmi Shows Bad Taste in Fashion
The otherwise slim and smart Padma Lakshmi showed bad taste in fashion with her latest ensemble. The midriff baring look simply did not make her appear as presentable as she ought to have been.
Idris Elba Welcomes Son Winston Elba
Idris Elba Becomes Dad Again
British actor Idris Elba has become a dad again. Elba’s girlfriend Naiyana Garth gave birth to a baby boy, named Winston Elba, on Thursday.

Bye bye braille! This FingerReader ring can read books to the blind

Source: Digital Trends

The Future of Making - 2014 SXSW Music, Film + Interactive Festival
Researchers from MIT Media Labs are developing a wearable device that can read out printed text using a synthesized voice, thereby helping the sight-impaired read books without the use of braille.The post Bye bye braille! This FingerReader ring can read books to the blind appeared first on Digital Trend ...
Full article at: Digital Trends 2 days ago, 11:40am CDT

One Medical scoops up another $40M fresh off addition of telehealth, corporate programs

Source: Med City News

Michele Lee Performs At 54 Below
Concierge primary care practice One Medical Group has raised more than $117 million in capital with the addition of a new $40 million round announced today. That’s a lot of cash for the seven-year-old company, which now runs 27 primary care offices in six tech-savvy cities including San Francisco, Boston, New York and Chicago. The new addition, led by Redmile Group with participation from existing investors, will fund expansion into new cities, One Med ...
Full article at: Med City News 2 days ago, 9:14am CDT

Obamacare, Doctor Shortage To Spur $2 Billion Telehealth Market

Obamacare, Doctor Shortage To Spur $2 Billion Telehealth Market
The business of treating patients via telehealth in the U.S. will dramatically increase to nearly $2 billion in revenue...
Read more Dec 22 2013, 8:41am CST


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