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Should You Encourage Your Patients to Explore "The Quantified Self? By Craig Mellow for America's Backbone Weekly The pros and cons of measuring everything you do and consume to improve your health. ...Read More »
Content Insider #378 - Cloud Stuff By Miles Weston Some people can't get enough stuff. With some it's chocolate...some it's exercise...some it's tacos...some it's over the top (OTT) entertainment...some it's Facebook...some it's selfies...some it's just stuff. The more stuff you get the more you've got to put it...somewhere just in case you want to look at it, use it sometime. Of course some folks like to tap into, take your stuff and make it their stuff. You can put your stuff in those big attractive clouds. Big clouds, big target. Small cloud, not so much. We'll keep ours closer to home because it make my stuff a smaller target to them ...Read More »
Content Insider #378 - Cloud Stuff By Miles Weston Some people can't get enough stuff. With some it's chocolate...some it's exercise...some it's tacos...some it's over the top (OTT) entertainment...some it's Facebook...some it's selfies...some it's just stuff. The more stuff you get the more you've got to put it...somewhere just in case you want to look at it, use it sometime. Of course some folks like to tap into, take your stuff and make it their stuff. You can put your stuff in those big attractive clouds. Big clouds, big target. Small cloud, not so much. We'll keep ours closer to home because it make my stuff a smaller target to them ...Read More »
The Next Generational Shift to the Diamond Age of Electronics By Adam Khan, Founder & CEO Looking across the consumer electronics market, it is clear the threshold for developing sleeker, more functional, and efficient devices approaches. However, challenges in meeting these demands with silicon based semiconductor persist as they will be increasingly unable to meet the necessary performance standards. Something will have to change - our technology will have to improve. These thresholds will be broken in 2015. After years of R&D, the diamond thin film material will usher in next-generation electronics and open doors for advanced capabilities, longer battery life and most importantly, fully transparent devices. ...Read More »
Windows RT Dies With a Whimper By Clip Syndicate When Microsoft launched Windows 8 in the fall of 2012, its poster child was the Surface RT tablet. The thin, meticulously designed slate was supposed to showcase all that was good about the new touch-friendly version of Windows: dynamic live tiles, full-screen apps and lack of "chrome," like a start button. The device failed to attract customers, though, and Microsoft ended up losing nearly $1 billion on the tablet due to unsold inventory. ...Read More »
Content Marketing for Beginners By Jaimy Ford for America's Backbone Weekly Burst into the world of content marketing with these simple tricks. ...Read More »
Eero Wants to Be the Nest for Your Home Wi-Fi Network By Clip Syndicate Wireless routers are notoriously a pain — not just picking one, but installing it, making sure Wi-Fi coverage reaches all areas of the house and getting guests connected are a part of the headache-inducing process. But new Silicon Valley startup Eero has big plans to innovate the tired, unreliable wireless router. ...Read More »
​Samsung's Biggest Headache Isn't Apple, It's China By Clip Syndicate Samsung Electronics and its smartphones are usually pitted against Apple's iPhone juggernaut, but the company has a much larger issue down market as it battles in a cutthroat Android market. In Samsung's fourth quarter earnings report, the company said it shipped 95 million phones and 11 million tablets. About 70 percent of those phones were smartphones. It's the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus against Samsung's Galaxy line of smartphones. The iPad battles Samsung's various tablets. ...Read More »
Free Microsoft Office Apps are Now Officially Available on Android Tablets By Clip Syndicate Android tablet users now have full-fledged Word, Excel and PowerPoint apps — for free. The beta versions of the Android apps have already been available in "preview" to some Microsoft users, but the official suite of Office apps launched in the Google Play store on Thursday. Some of the premium and business features, though, are only available for Office 365 subscribers. As with the Android, Microsoft Office for iOS, which launched in March 2014, is free to use. Of course, Microsoft has other plans for its Office suite beyond free-to-use apps. The desktop-friendly Office 2016 is slated for launch sometime later this year.

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Facebook Tops Wall Street Revenue Target in Fourth Quarter By Clip Syndicate Facebook Inc's revenue grew 49 percent in the fourth quarter, as mobile advertising growth helped the world's largest Internet social network beat Wall Street's targets for earnings and sales. Facebook shares fell about 2.6 percent in after-hours trade after vacillating above and below the closing price. Facebook's business has boomed thanks to its mobile ads for smartphones and tablets. ...Read More »

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