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At summit, experts discussed making technology accessible to seniors. A study on topic was also released by AARP.


A new study that suggests the start of middle age is no longer 45 or 50 but, instead, 60.


Honor hopes to start a trend of tech companies focusing on the needs of seniors.


Fears that the senior housing sector could be overbuilt might be all too true, newly released data suggests.

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Wearable devices for home health monitoring of the elderly will include clothing and accessories.


#1 Wearable monitors: 13% of US adults are considering purchasing a wearable fitness device.  (I thought that was last year?)


The new HealthPatch is a biosensor worn on the chest to measure caloric burn, heart rate and six other vital signs.


CEA survey results included some intriguing hints that wearables might soon be used in chronic disease care as well.


Consulting a driving rehabilitation specialist -- for tech, "smart" headlights that adjust the range and intensity of light  and lane departure systems.


How their relationship with technology has changed with age.


Nothing at mHealth Summit about the realities of long term care managed by families and paid for with private dollars.


From $413 million in 2010 to $928 million in 2013, according to AARP analysis of investments that could benefit the 50+.


The question to think of is ‘Who’s going to help take care of all those people?’”


Living Gartner's hype cycle in one day.


They are: a poorly set up team or a startup that isn’t willing to change with technology leads to problems later on.


Introduces device for fall detection.


An app for a technique called perceptual learning to reduce—or even eliminate—the need for reading glasses.


The home will serve as an early detection system.


Dallas-based accelerator program spawns a new Care Referral service, Cariloop


First attempts at identifying location of caller often are inaccurate.


To consider wireless, mobile and digital technologies in healthcare as a way to reduce costs and improve the quality of care.


Panel: mHealth is mobile technology that collects health data and transmits it to a designated location.


Deloitte: The number of app downloads and per app spending decreased 13 percent from 2012 to 2013 in the United States.


This is actually very cool low-cost smartphone plan that switches (on its own) between cellular and WiFi. 


Tech-savvy seniors will begin to enter the healthcare market in the coming years, so the industry needs to prepare for this new type of aging patient.


Apple partners with GN ReSound to create LiNX -- a hearing aid that uses Bluetooth-like technology to wirelessly connect directly to smartphones.


Laura Carstensen: A lot of the people who are arriving at old age are now coming to old age with a lot of technological sophistication.


CloudVisit Telemedicine believe today's seniors stand to benefit a great deal from online healthcare.


Australian entrepreneur Hugh Geiger creates CloudPhone 3G. It allows families to monitor a sick one’s health—from great distances and in real time.


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