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.
One of the hottest issues today is the federal government’s plan to regulate mobile health apps. A top official of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said on Thursday, March 21, that the proposed regulation would not dampen the growing mobile industry, nor would it impose undue burdens on developers.
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.
So many iPhone users today have a penchant for unusual-shaped cases in the hope of making their device stand out in the crowd. If, for some reason, you have already outgrown your interest for animal-shaped iPhone cases, don’t fret because you’re not yet running out of exciting options.
Today marks the last day of the 2013 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. And so far, the hundreds of thousands of people who attended the trade show can only talk about all the amazing gadgets they’ve seen up close and personal.