Wednesday, October 07, 2015
SIX months after unveiling an asthma research app that harnesses the power of Apple’s iPhone, experts at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York are thrilled with the study’s early results. “We are delighted with the initial results we’ve seen after six months of using Apple’s ResearchKit framework for our Asthma Health app,” said Eric Schadt, professor of genomics at the Icahn School of Medicine, in a press release.
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Dialog Semiconductor plc (XETRA:DLG), a provider of highly integrated power management, AC/DC power conversion, solid state lighting (SSL) and Bluetooth(R) Smart technology, today announced a Bluetooth Smart development kit, with full support for Apple(R) HomeKit, to accelerate development of smart home accessories. In a recent report on the connected home, BI Intelligence predicts that the smart home market will grow at an annual rate of 67% between now and 2019, resulting in 1.8 billion accessories being shipped in that year.
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Apple Music was supposed to revolutionise the way we enjoy music online. It’s been out for three months now, and that’s a very important date for the service. That’s because everyone who uses Apple devices got a three-month free trial to the service, which is now coming to an end. So is Apple Music worth the cash or should you head back to Spotify?
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Tech companies have been trying to make mobile payments happen for years, and when Apple entered the space last October with Apple Pay, it seemed like paying for things with your phone might actually become a daily occurrence. But Apple Pay adoption is still slow going a year after its launch, according to new reports.
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Tuesday, October 06, 2015
The Apple Watch is a great device when it comes to interacting with notifications and doing something quickly on the fly, such as checking into a location using Swarm. The device even has a built-in microphone and speaker for receiving and making calls.
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From being successfully crowdfunded on Indiegogo, Inc., Beddit, Inc. has come a long way from its origins, releasing its first Apple Watch app today. The Beddit Apple Watch app integrates with the Beddit Smart, a device that you put on your bed under your sheet, to provide round-the-clock sleep (including nap) tracking, personalized coaching and convenient at-a-glance stats on sleep quality.
Read more siliconangle.com
Belkin just announced the bedside dock I have been wanting since my Apple Watch arrived. The Charge Dock provides an elegant charging solution for two devices.
Read more www.zdnet.com
Monday, October 05, 2015
What happens when Apple and Hermes, two big companies, join forces? A product so chic it defines functionality and luxury, strapped to one’s wrist.
Apple has released the Apple Watch Hermes, which the company refers to as “a culmination of partnership based on parallel thinking, singular vision, and mutual regard.”
Read more www.parentherald.com
Getting started with Glances. Nestled somewhere between an app and a complication, Glances are the ultimate evolution of the widget. Small, smart, and sleek, most of them require little or no interaction and need only seconds of attention, offering useful bits and quick shortcuts that are able to be gleaned in an instant.
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Friday, October 02, 2015
The Apple Watch continues to grow in popularity, and a number of companies have begun releasing apps for the platform. Google, for example, has a Maps app for the Apple Watch. Or Airbnb, which has an Apple Watch app that puts guests in touch with their host.
Read more www.techtimes.com