Category Archives: Mobile Health

Top Software Development Trends of 2015

As the final months of 2015 begin to dwindle down, we outline the top software development trends of 2015 thus far.
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Regulation of Mobile Health Apps in 2015

Thinking of developing a mobile health application? You aren’t alone. However, with such pronounced growth in the market, in February of 2015 the U.S. Food and Drug Administration officially outlined which mobile medical applications will need to be regulated, and thus apply for 510(k) certification, and which won’t.
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What to Expect at the 2014 Google Developers Conference

With the 2014 Google developers conference set to kick off tomorrow, Wednesday June 25th, fans are waiting anxiously to hear of the next big things coming from Android, particularly when it comes to wearables and connected devices.  It is expected that Google will reveal a handful of new gadgets, sparking intrigue worldwide.  In addition, their widely publicized acquisition of Nest suggests further developments when it comes to a better connected home.
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Apple’s Beats Electronics Acquisition & Their Play for Wearables

The industry has been ablaze with news of Apples newest impending acquisition, Beats Electronics, speculating as to the reasoning behind the buy.  Many have struggled to understand their latest chess move into the high-end headphone sector, but taking a step back it becomes apparent it is all a part of a bigger picture, their strategic reach into two hot consumer industries, both streaming music and wearable devices.  The wearable electronics market is the latest new frontier for innovation in the mobile market, and it’s no surprise Apple is aiming to increase their footprint.  What better way than acquiring such a powerful brand which owned over 64% of the high end headphone market share in 2013 while also armed with a popular music streaming platform Beats Music?
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