Can This Wearable Technology and App Prevent Seniors From Falling?

Wearable technology is generally thought to be used by millennials, teens, and early adopters, but a new fall detection waistband developed at the Universitat Politècnica de València in Spain could help prevent fall injuries in older individuals. FallSkip is an Android device with an accompanying app that can be used to assess the likelihood of a […]

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Exciting New Upgrades to Apple TV Promise to Revolutionize Television

Apple is continuing to set the bar for technological innovation, and Steve Jobs would be more than proud of their latest feat. According to Tech Times, Apple CEO Tim Cook made the much-anticipated announcement on Sept. 9, which confirmed the belief that company was taking a major leap into the television industry. The upgraded Apple […]

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Shift Technologies Raises $50 Million to Make Buying Used Cars Online Less Sketchy

Unlike renting an apartment or booking a taxi, buying a car online isn’t always easy to do. While almost 94% of individuals globally research their car online, only 33% of these individuals are willing to buy their car on the internet. And it’s no wonder — there are quite a few things that can go […]

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Electric Sky Fences Attempt To Mark No-Drone Zones

While some people opt for a privacy fence to keep their animals inside the perimeter of their property, others utilize an electric fence to mark the acceptable zones for dog activity. Now, according to a recent Bloomberg report, a similar technology will be used to mark acceptable drone fly zones. Using a global-positioning system, these geo-fencing systems are an attempt […]

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The Internet Can’t Decide Whether It Loves or Hates Google’s New Logo

Google rolled out its new logo on September 1, marking an end to the long reign of the serif font. The rest of the internet, of course, can’t decide how it feels about the sudden change. Many news outlets have praised the change, which appeared in a Google Doodle on the main page. The animation […]

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Emailing Outside of Work Is Bad For You, New Study Says

Email is an integral part of the business world nowadays. It’s a key way to engage consumers,and build real relationships with them, which can have a huge payoff. Research shows that building loyalty with 5% more customers could lead to an increased average profit per customer of 25-100%. Plus, it lets employees to quickly and […]

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The New Branto Orb is Both a Gift and a Curse for Remote Control Users

This December, a new all-in-one home device controller called the Branto Orb is being released — and since the average American household has 2.24 television screens, it could be the greatest thing to ever happen to remote control technology. It could also frustrate you beyond belief. According to Gizmag, the Branto Orb is a “personal […]

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FDA Approves First 3D-Printed Pill

According to a recent report from Business Insider, the Food and Drug Administration is announcing the first 3D-printed pharmaceutical drug. The drug, used to treat seizures and manufactured by Aprecia Pharmaceuticals, is designed to dissolve with very little additional water. This is revolutionary for patients who experience seizures that make them unable to swallow. Dr. […]

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St. Louis Health System Faces 20-Hour Computer Outage

From Tuesday, July 28 to Wednesday, July 29, BJC HealthCare, the largest healthcare provider in the St. Louis, MO area, endured a computer outage lasting about 20 hours, temporarily disrupting operations throughout its systems. According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the computer outage began at about 3 p.m. Tuesday and continued through 11 a.m. Wednesday, […]

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