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Move Over Wearables. Swallowable Computing Has Arrived

May 3, 2016 ... In the evolution of computing, from the desktop computer to the smartphone to the watch, it seemed like just a matter of time before the technology would come to be swallowable- and now it is. Read More at CNBC ...


10 Medical-Device Wearables To Improve Patients' Lives

Jan 13, 2016 ... is expected to increase revenue 8% annually and eventually see its slice of the ever-increasing wearables market shrink to 20% by 2019. While demand for medical-device wearables will still be persistent over the coming years, much of the money will be flo ...


Some suspicious files

Nov 10, 2015 ... Since then, my computer seems slower, and I found a suspicious file: C:\32788R22FWJFW\EN-US\cmd.3XE.mui Frst.txt Scan result of Farbar Recovery Scan Tool (FRST) (x86) Version:01-12-2015 Ran by Andree Rezai (administrator) on ANDREEREZAI-PC (04-12-2015 13: ...


Drug Companies Using Wearables On Patients

Sep 15, 2015 ... Pharmaceutical companies are enlisting Fitbits and other gadgets strapped to patients’ wrists, chests and skin as a way to bring drugs to market faster. What began as an aid for athletes and dieters to track their movements is quickly becoming a critical ...


IBM Wants Your Smart Watch To Talk To Your Doctor

Apr 14, 2015 ... Plenty of people wear fitness trackers. And plenty of doctors use electronic data to help with patient care. But it's also true that these silos of data often never meet, arguably limiting how useful any of it could be to patients. IBM is aiming to c ...


Chrono Therapeutics Nets Investment For Wearable To Help Quit Smoking

Mar 3, 2015 ... Rock Health entered the arena of digital health tools for smoking cessation with an investment in Chrono Therapeutics, according to a company statement. The pharmaceutical company produces a wearable drug delivery tool and companion app called SmartStop, ...


Are Medical Devices Susceptible to Hacking? The FDA Thinks So!

Dec 17, 2014 ... The FDA (Food and Drug Administration) believes that medical devices are susceptible to hackers. On October 1, 2014, an FDA press release (6) stated that the agency had “finalized recommendations to manufacturers for managing cybersecurity risks to better ...