It seems as though there’s an app for everything these days, and among the very popular ones are those related to health care. As more health care providers incorporate mobile medical apps in their practice, patients are having easier time to take responsibility of their well-being.
Some of our assistive living devices are keeping up with the advancing technology. Thus, it isn’t really surprising if time comes when people with hearing impairment begin adopting more sophisticated hearing aids to function well in their daily lives.
Mobile printing is the latest trend among mobile users, and some companies are taking advantage of the opportunity.
This week, Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd. announced offering a free-of-charge application for Android™ mobile devices.
It’s no secret that kids today are more exposed to technology. In fact, many children as young as three already know how to operate an iPad or iPhone to play games or watch videos. This change shouldn’t be seen as a bad or scary thing, as long as you have a handful of educational apps on your tablet or smartphone for the kids to enjoy when you’re a little busy in the household.