Your body generates millions of data points every day and this video illustrates why and what can be done with these data. Today, heart bear data can be interpreted as normal or abnormal. Other aspects of our health are a lot less clear cut. Sleep patterns for example are difficult to evaluate beyond a very… [Continue Reading]
The “internet of things”, the sweeping tech revolution we are living, is as scary to many as it is exciting to some. This revolution may even have in store, dreams come true. For baby boomers they are dreams from past times, for the Gen X and Millenials amongst us they are only recounted. Either way… [Continue Reading]
Coding is a superpower. That’s how Drew Houston aka @drewhouston, creator of DropBox describes coding in this video introducing code.org. Founded by Hadi Partovi aka @hadip, entrepreneur and angel investor. Code.org is a non-profit organization that aims to fight code illiteracy in our schools. Its underpinning belief being that coding, i.e. harnessing technology, is the assurance of a better tomorrow… [Continue Reading]
Regardless of what anyone will tell you, mobile is always one part of a larger interconnected eco-system. But it’s getting to be a very large part of most eco-systems. Take a look at the staggering figures in the infographic below and let me know what your experience’s been in the comments section. #Enjoy!
Notwithstanding, I discovered an iOS better integrated with major social networks, emphasizing privacy, unveiling new switches to turn offline life on and pushing the traditional phone function to the background. I have to wonder though: does such an OS really take a huge technological leap or just the time to both better negotiate integration with those major social networks and hold a few features on the back burner as stocking stuffers. We now know that Apple-Facebook (800 million users at the time) had failed for iOS 5 and the winner turned out to be Twitter (200 million).