You Won’t Beli...

Most of us cherish our smartphones — those razor-thin, space-age gadgets that allow us to perform a near-infinite array of tasks from the palm of our hand. Yet these same devices can get pretty heated, especially as they’re being charged. All this heat can take its toll on your...

The Success of Netfl...

What exactly makes Netflix so successful? Or, as the online marketing publication The Drum asks, “Why does Netflix continue to dominate among streaming services?” There certainly isn’t a lack of choices when it comes to streaming TV shows and movies online; between Netflix,...

Google Partners With...

Google has now partnered with the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard to launch its latest project, the Genome Analysis Toolkit (GATK) on Google’s Cloud Platform and will make the information available to researchers and business users for the first time. This is the first major development of...

CVS to Share Medical Records With 4 Major Providers Jun30

CVS to Share Medical...

CVS Health announced June 24 that it will be partnering and sharing data with four new healthcare providers across the nation via their electronic health records. “In this era of health care reform, we are pleased to work with these health care organizations to develop collaborative programs...

Can The U.S. Do More...

This June, the U.S. Library of Congress rolled out a free mobile app that will give more Americans with physical disabilities access to almost 65,000 books, magazines, and music albums in both audio and braille formats. The BARD app was previously only available for Apple products, but now...

Startup Backed By Go...

Most consumers these days love the idea of online shopping, but businesses may not be equally as thrilled by it. Not only are the security risks greater and costlier, but there’s one common occurrence that just doesn’t seem to happen as often in the stores themselves: the full and abandoned...

Small Businesses Are...

Is EMV (chip) credit card technology actually going to pay off in the long run? It depends on who you ask. For U.S. banks, EMV chips will hopefully reduce some of the millions of dollars paid out each year when fraudulent charges are made on credit cards. The magnetic strips on traditional...

This Device Could Cu...

With summers growing hotter each year, scientists predict that global air conditioning use will skyrocket over the rest of the century. And like many of life’s luxuries, air conditioning certainly isn’t free. To help lessen the financial pressure of staying cool and comfortable...

Twitter Follows Pint...

Following in the footsteps of Pinterest, social media juggernaut Twitter now plans to introduce product and place pages that will allow its users to discover and purchase products directly from its app. According to a June 22 Tech Bulletin article, the micro-blogging site will now collect...

Google Can Now Answe...

There are people out there who can type so fast, it’s almost as though they’re beaming their thoughts right into the computer, translating their brainwaves directly to text. Take court reporters, for example. In order to become officially certified, they need to be able to type...

Microsoft Hopes $120...

In an effort to draw high-potential startups to its cloud services platform, Azure, Microsoft is offering certain qualified startups a $120,000-per-year-credit starting July 1. “Every startup is unique. Regardless of where they reside or what platform and tools they use, our goal is simple...

Parents Now Speak Em...

Erica’s 57-year-old father needs the help of his secretary to set up his Word documents, but loves emojis. The rabbi sent his 27-year-old daughter 70 emojis over the course of 18 text messages. “My dad uses them in every text,” she told the New York Post. “ ’I'm...

Across the Globe, Travelers Get the VIP Treatment at Airports Jun22

Across the Globe, Tr...

Whether you’re flying to the next state over or you’re taking a flight across the globe, traveling by plane can easily become a stressful experience. From the security checkpoints, to the unpredictable flight delays and cancellations, to the seemingly never-ending layovers in...

Will Apple Kill the ...

Last week, Apple announced that its new iOS 9 operating system will allow developers to create tools and extensions allowing users to block ads from appearing on its mobile Safari browser. Across the Internet, this news is causing a major meltdown. Journalists, marketers and advertisers alike...

How One Woman’s Tattoos Convinced Her Doctors That She Had Cancer Jun19

How One Woman’...

A cancer diagnosis can be one of the most devastating, life-altering things a person can possibly receive. But imagine being mistakenly told that your cancer is worsening and spreading rapidly when it actually isn’t. This exact thing recently happened to one 32-year-old woman from...

Los Angeles Content ...

On June 5th, DoxTek, Inc., a software company, announced its acquisition of the ECM Systems Division of Los Angeles-based content management and document imaging company Matrix Imaging. PRWeb.com reports that DoxTek, Inc.’s acquisition will give Matrix Imaging clients more customer...

Should We Be Buildin...

Electronic health record systems are becoming more and more ubiquitous each year, with the global EHR industry on track to be worth $29.81 billion by 2022, according to the latest projections. Electronic records improve overall efficiency (to the tune of 6% annually), and —...

Want to Reduce Malpractice Lawsuits? Focus on Patient Care, Study Suggests Jun17

Want to Reduce Malpr...

Initiatives to improve the quality of medical care are just as successful in reducing medical malpractice lawsuits as tort reform is, according to a new study. That’s a particularly relevant finding, as many states are considering the latter measure, which puts limits on how much money...

North Dakota Housing...

As new residents flooded into North Dakota to ride out its current shale oil drilling boom, the state saw more new home constructions than any other state during the years between 2010 and 2014, a new report reveals. According to the Minneapolis Star Tribune, the U.S. Census Bureau’s...

Softheon, Inc. Offers New Software to Aid Healthcare Companies Transition to Obamacare Jun13

Softheon, Inc. Offer...

Due to the healthcare overhaul implemented by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA, otherwise known as “Obamacare”), billing software company Softheon, Inc. announced on May 26th that it will be releasing a new software to cater to state- and federal-based...