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  • Forget house calls: What doctors can (and can’t) do remotely with telehealth products

    25 October 2014, 3:00 pm by: Elizabeth Armstrong Moore

    Laws and regulations differ from state to state, as does insurance coverage and acceptance within and without the medical field, but millions of Americans are now getting some form of care…
  • Apple Watch is a breakthrough device that won’t polarize the wearable computing world

    25 October 2014, 3:00 pm by: Ross Rubin

    The highly anticipated Apple Watch carries forward many Apple traditions, including a new input method, but doesn't break with the industry in a way that raises industry angst and eyebrows. It's…
  • The internet of things is becoming the next cloud battleground

    25 October 2014, 1:51 pm by: Derrick Harris

    As the competition among cloud computing providers steps up, so is interest in the internet of things. More connected devices -- perhaps especially by governments rolling thousands at a time --…
  • Whisper CEO suspends editorial team, but maintains that the Guardian report is inaccurate

    25 October 2014, 12:09 pm by: Mathew Ingram

    Whisper's CEO says the anonymous social network has put its editorial team on leave while it investigates claims made by the Guardian, but maintains that the newspaper's report was inaccurate and…
  • How to use Apple’s Continuity, iCloud Drive and AirDrop to share files with yourself

    25 October 2014, 12:00 pm by: Geoffrey Goetz

    When you think of online sharing, you think about sharing your files with other people. Apple's iOS and OS X updates will show you how easy it is to to share…
  • Why companies that rely on open-source projects must insist on a strong, enforceable code of conduct

    25 October 2014, 11:00 am by: Jonathan Vanian

    With strong personalities at play and a lack of any legal recourse, companies involved with open-source projects may get more than they bargain for when harassment and even death threats occur…
  • Mobile this week: Kindle Voyage takes off; Google Inbox reviewed; Apple iPad SIM lock(ed)

    25 October 2014, 8:48 am by: Kevin C. Tofel

    I upgraded from a Kindle Paperwhite to a Voyage this week. Was it worth it? Google's new Inbox app takes some getting used to but shows potential, while the Apple SIM…
  • Satellogic envisions a world where satellites capture live video feeds of the Earth

    24 October 2014, 7:34 pm by: signebrewster

    The startups CEO believes the world needs to start quantifying its health the same way humans already are with wearable devices.
  • Sundar Pichai becomes second-in-command at Google with major reorg

    24 October 2014, 5:54 pm by: Janko Roettgers

    Sundar Pichai just became the second-most-powerful man within Google, and is now overseeing search, infrastructure, maps, commerce, ads and more as well as Chrome and Android.
  • Roku could file for IPO soon, raise as much as $150 million

    24 October 2014, 5:30 pm by: Janko Roettgers

    Roku wants to go public and raise as much as $150 million, but the filing could be confidential.

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