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Technology could change Crohn’s Disease in 2014

Advances in mobile technology benefiting both patients and physicians, and the advances in research in the area of the genetics of Crohn’s Disease hold promise for major changes in 2014.
In the Media by Kimberly Reynolds

Op-Ed: Top 10 interesting finds from CES 2014

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is as usual filled to the brim with a variety of interesting and even unusual upcoming technologies this year. Here are 10 such gadgets, both weird and wonderful.
In the Media by Michael Thomas - 2 comments

Review: 'The Square' has come to the Square in Sonoma and soon everywhere Special

Sonoma - "The Square" has arrived at the Square. Well, to the scooter cafe that's not too far from the town square in Sonoma. For those not as tech savvy, the little square attachment to a cell phone or electronic device is the next step in
Digital Journal Report by Jonathan Farrell

Intel reassesses sales forecast

Intel, the world's biggest manufacturer of computer chips, has significantly revised its sales forecast in light of predictions about the global economy.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 2 comments

Facedeals: An offer we should probably refuse (update)

Facial recognition just got real as Redpepper begins testing its product on the public through business to consumer deals.
In the Media by Dierdra Baptiste

Do mobile devices control the future of news media and business?

Research shows the massive rise in mobile device ownership and usage promotes news reading. Evidence also suggests that technology companies are the ones benefiting financially. The annual State of the News Media report by Pew Research Center reveals all.
In the Media by Lesley Lanir - 2 comments

Massive rise in ownership of tablet computers and e-book readers

Pew Research Center released a research report today based on a survey completed mid-December and two surveys conducted early January that show a major increase in ownership of tablet computers and e-book readers.
In the Media by Lesley Lanir

U.S. Constitution Challenged by New Technology and Changes

The Constitution of the United States is historically the center of the nation, and has been since September 17, 1787. New technology has begun to challenge constitutional categories that prevent clear answers to today’s most basic questions of life.
In the Media by Nancy Houser

New technology could open gaming world to disabled

A new computer game designed by Imperial College London students could open the gaming world to those with severe physical disabilities.
In the Media by KJ Mullins

Skybus a solution to India's transport problems

On one hand the progress chart of India has been hailed but the benefits have not percolated to the lower strata of society. The Sky bus project a path breaking indigenously-developed technology is one example of the slow pace things move in the India.
In the Media by Armstrong Vaz - 1 comment

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