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Thanks to telemedicine and apps powered by wireless, consumers are taking control over their health and wellness. Benefiting from a light regulatory touch and fierce competition, the U.S. wireless industry leads the world in mobile health innovations.
While mHealth has made huge strides in health and disease management, Isonea CEO Michael Thomas says we’ve only started to see the potential. By collecting and analyzing data, mobile health software could make significant strides in predicting and preventing issues while improving diagnostics and monitoring.
Pollution and air quality poses a real threat to many people, especially in large urban areas. To help consumers make their personal environment healthier, Philips air purifier monitors air quality both indoors and outdoors and purifies the air in the home from this connected device.
By 2020, analysts predict that there will be more than 50 billion connected devices worldwide, or six devices for every single person in the world. Procon Inc.’s Director and CTO Mark Wells discusses the evolution of the Internet of Things as well as how it is affecting consumers today in areas such as healthcare and […]
The sensitive data flowing between connected devices may make securing the Internet of Things a challenge. Leading the world in investment, the U.S. wireless industry is working to stay ahead of cybercriminals with market-based security solutions.
Pebble Product Evangelist Myriam Joire talks about the wearable technology world, and focuses on its ability to enhance consumers’ lives by seamlessly integrating our information to connected devices.
In the face of disasters or epidemics, the best laid plans may be overwhelmed by the magnitude of the damage or the number of injuries. To help better plan for these disasters, researchers at the Johns Hopkins National Center for the Study of Preparedness and Catastrophic Event Response (PACER) developed apps that help hospitals and […]
Americans make more than 400,000 wireless 911 calls every day, but wireless devices offer so much more to first responders than a phone call. CTIA Assistant Vice President of Regulatory Affairs Brian Josef discusses how wireless assists 911 operators, the current state of location services and the future of E911.