Evolution of Wearable Medical Devices Recently we attended Halicon, a deep dive one-day conference about the enormous impact that big data and analytics are having on the healthcare industry. The conference was packed with over 60, sometimes standing-room-only, presentations. Shedding a Light on Parkinson’s Real-time analytics, big data, and the Internet of Things (IOT) are combining to evolve a next generation of wearable medical devices. Wearables have huge advantages over internal devices including: No need for invasive surgery Rechargeable batteries Quicker FDA approval
By now, you’ve probably heard someone use the term “responsive design” to describe a mobile-friendly website. Responsive web design is about making the same content available across multiple devices—desktop computers as well as smartphones and tablets. Pull up your company’s website on your smartphone, or take Google’s mobile-friendly website test. What does it look like? Can you navigate through the site? Can you even read it? It’s easy to believe that majority of internet traffic these days comes from mobile devices. (Think mobile gaming, Facebook, newsfeeds, YouTube, etc. etc.) But what you might be surprised to hear is that, according to Google’s Multiscreen World study, 65% of searches start on a smartphone.