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Star Trek's Renaissance Man Leonard Nimoy, dead at 83

Leonard Nimoy, Star Trek's Renaissance Man, Dead at 83

Apple Watch Will Ditch the Car Keys and Remind Users to Exercise

Apple Watch Will Ditch the Car Keys and Remind Users to Exercise

HTC M9 goes official with 20 MP camera and new color options

HTC M9 Goes Official with 20 MP Camera and New Color Options

Huawei Unveils its Watch along with  TalkBand B2 and TalkBand N1

Huawei Unveils Its Watch along with TalkBand B2 and TalkBand N1

Samsung has raised the bar with the all new Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge

Samsung Has Raised the Bar with the All-New Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge

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Man Who Allegedly Stole Michael Schumacker's Files And Sell Them Found Dead

Man Who Allegedly Stole Michael Schumacher's Files And To Sell Them Found Dead Swiss officials say the man accused of stealing Michael Schumacker's medical records for profit was found dead in his cell on Wednesday morning.

Aug 6 2014, 7:02pm CDT

How Secure is Your Health Data?

How Secure is Your Health Data? By Julie Steele Dr. Andrew Litt, Chief Medical Officer at Dell, made a thoughtful blog post last week about the trade-offs inherent in designing for both the security and accessibility of medical data, especially in an...

Feb 6 2014, 8:10am CST

How Secure Are Your Medical Records?

How Secure Are Your Medical Records? 10 Incredibly Simple Things You Can Do To Protect Your Privacy There are many moments when I’m grateful for the ways technology has enabled me to me take charge of my health. When I email my doctor to ask a question,...

Dec 27 2013, 4:36pm CST

Electronics Health Records Come to iPhone

Electronics Health Records Come to iPhone Electronic health records are a good way for people with lots of medical conditions and those who take lots of medications to keep their important health data on them at all times. A company called Allscripts has...

Apr 6 2009, 9:00am CDT

RFID Skin Patch Aims to Reduce Medical Errors

RFID Skin Patch Aims to Reduce Medical Errors A company called Gentag has announced a new technology for hospitals to use aimed at reducing medical errors. The RFID skin patches stick to the skin of the patient with a breathable bandage like material.When scanned...

Nov 5 2007, 11:16am CST