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10/17/2015

Louisville Innovation Summit with a group of healthcare leaders and entrepreneurs.  

10/15/2015

Samsung and CDW Healthcare and the Connected Home.

10/08/2015

A rant about the Internet of Things hype.

10/06/2015

The brace will track motion, gait, cadence, and stride length.

10/06/2015

The ratio of useful apps to worthless ones is as large as it was before, if not larger.

10/05/2015

Not covered by insurance, and often bought, but not used.

10/05/2015

Deploying user-friendly gesture recognition system.

10/02/2015

27% can be considered "virtual shut-ins."

09/30/2015

Will there interest from health care organizations?

09/27/2015

Stories of aging alone past age 85 in NYC.

09/18/2015

New startups and some well-known technology brands are offering tech.

09/10/2015

Mobile medical alerts -- five examples.

09/07/2015

Hackfests and hackathons -- in the health space, going strong, 51 globally in 2014.

09/03/2015

Some mention of use of tech as a competitive advantage.

09/03/2015

Samsung: slip the device under your mattress -- and get sleep advice.

08/31/2015

Raleigh firms aims first product at senior living facilities.

08/28/2015

Hearing loops -- the positive change to people's lives -- and the inertia of public institutions to provide them.

08/17/2015

AARP Services launches a marketing agency.

08/06/2015

May soon be able to predict declines in health and increased risk of falling.

07/31/2015

Prepared but concerned about physical, mental challenges, survey finds.

07/24/2015

Technology can help people stay at home longer.

07/14/2015

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

07/14/2015

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

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