Want to predict what your personal health will look like tomorrow, or 10 years from now? Well, look no further than 100Plus a new stealthy health startup founded by Chris Hogg, a healthcare and health data research specialist and Ryan Howard the Founder and CEO of free EMR service, Practice Fusion.
Here are a couple more devices that will probably add another page to your Black Friday ads: the Samsung Transform Ultra and the Kyocera DuraCore. The leaked images above and below don’t show any super-secret phones that we didn’t already know about, but we do learn that November 13th is a likely launch
Apple’s already made OS X more like iOS in more ways than one, and it looks like it will soon be taking another step in that direction. As of March 1st, 2012, Apple will require all apps available in the Mac App Store to be "sandboxed," which Apple says is "a great way to protect systems and users by
Google Calendar announced a new feature today called Suggested Times; it allows users to co-ordinate their available times to have a meeting together. I haven’t got it turned on in my account yet, but there’s a screenshot below. It looks ok. The description of how it works isn’t at all clear in the
In July, Kickanotch Mobile, a mobile marketing services startup based in the outskirts of Kansas City, raised $500K from a bunch of angel investors and was “incentivized by” the Kansas Technology Enterprise Corporation, a private/public partnership created by the state of Kansas to promote technology-based
Take a good look at that lime green hornet pictured above, because it may just herald the dawn of a new era in Ugandan transportation. Known as the Kiira EV, this plug-in was designed by students at Makerere University in Uganda, where electric cars, as you might imagine, are something of a rare commodity.
Google, enormously successful in online advertising, might be casting an envious eye toward the $150 billion-per-year pay television market. Suc…
If you thought we’d forgotten all about Motorola’s little Facebook Phone that could, you’d be incorrect. Only known previously as the EX225, it appears the portrait QWERTY may have a final destination and name. According to YS Tech, the device seems set for a collision course with Telus as the Motokey
Daily deals website Groupon has priced its IPO at $20 a share, a few dollars above the anticipated range of $16 to $18, in a heavily oversubscribed offering. Groupon added five million additional shares to its offering, bringing the total to 35 million shares sold. That still only accounts for 5.5 percent
Oh, those whimsical Google nerds. The Mountain View-based search giant may not have Apple’s design chops, but it certainly knows how to code a g…