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Can Wearable Technology Put a Dent in Parkinson’s Disease?

David Smothers August 13, 2014

Wearable technology has clear applications for healthcare, but it’s just one tool. To really find better treatments and cures for disease, the data from the wearable needs to reach beyond a single patient and become part of an aggregate, which medical researchers all over the world can access and analyze. In other words, it needs… Continue Reading »

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SmartThings Surges Toward Connected-home Supremacy

David Smothers May 23, 2014

The appeal — and potential — of the SmartThings connected-home platform was obvious when I reviewed one of the SmartThings starter kits in December 2013. Now, in 2014, that potential is starting to get realized in a big way, as the increasingly popular open platform is surging forward with a revamped app, a slew of… Continue Reading »

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The Health Wearable Company Apple Helped Build Just Became A Lot More Useful

David Smothers May 15, 2014

When you’ve been diagnosed with hypertension, it’s important to keep your doctor in the loop on how you’re doing. After all, what might just feel like a bad day could actually be a sign of a serious condition going from bad to worse. That’s why iHealth, the wearable health startup that Apple helped get off… Continue Reading »

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Intel’s first Bay Trail-powered mini-PC launches for about $140

David Smothers February 3, 2014

Chip maker Intel has been selling a line of tiny desktop computers for the past few years. The NUC (Next Unit of Computing) is designed to showcase how much power can fit in a tiny package, and there are models with Intel Haswell processors and Intel HD 5000 series graphics. Now Intel is offering its… Continue Reading »

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Meet Edison, Intel’s Tiny Plan To Power The Next Generation Of Wearables

David Smothers January 7, 2014

Intel is thinking big by going small: The Edison, a full Linux computer built for wearables, is no bigger than an SD card. You thought the Raspberry Pi was small? Check out Intel’s latest entry in the micro-microcomputer sweepstakes—a full Linux computer called the Edison, which is no bigger than an SD card. In addition… Continue Reading »

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Announcing National Family Caregivers Month!

David Smothers November 5, 2013

November is National Family Caregivers Month and this year’s theme this is Family Caregivers – Now More Than Ever! Each year, more and more Americans are caring for a loved one with a chronic condition, disability, or the frailties of old age.  There are as many as 90 million family caregivers in the U.S. today.  Thankfully, as family… Continue Reading »

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How to Watch Free Movies Online Legally

David Smothers June 30, 2013

If you do a search for “free movie downloads” on any search engine, you’ll likely get millions of results that promise fast downloading of the latest Hollywood blockbusters. The Internet is overrun with web sites that make it all too easy for you to load your personal computer with illegal, copyrighted movies – movies that… Continue Reading »

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This Could Be an Early Build of Intel’s Mobile OS UI

David Smothers June 10, 2013

Ars Technica has screenshots of what it says is Intel’s UI overlay for use on mobile handsets in the future. If real, these early shots of the skin, codenamed “Obsidian”, represent the earliest look at Intel’s vision for the Linux-backed Tizen OS, as well as for what we should be looking for on future Android… Continue Reading »

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Pilot Program Lets Albertans Monitor Heart Health From Home

David Smothers May 3, 2013

A new pilot project being launched in Sherwood Park will soon see 250 patients forgo trips to the doctor in favour of monitoring their heart health at home with the help of a virtual nurse. As CBC’s Kim Trynacity reports, this new telehealth technology may offer a glimpse into the future of Alberta health care…. Continue Reading »

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Technology Supports Heart Patients at Home

David Smothers May 2, 2013

EDMONTON, May 2, 2013 /CNW/ – A group of Albertans living with heart failure will have their conditions monitored right from their homes as part of an innovative pilot project. The pilot is a collaboration between the Alberta government, Alberta Health Services and GE Canada. “We know Albertans want to spend less time in hospital and more time at home… Continue Reading »

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