The tech giants are working on adding voice-calling features to Echo and Google Home.
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Cheap technology blasts out scam calls and hides wrongdoers’ whereabouts.
You can’t age in place without a "place." References new policy report.
Tai Chi yes, Virtual Reality, seriously?
Homes with “smart” technology are vulnerable to being hacked.
Voice recognition tech is upon us in a sweeping tide. Also see WSJ article.
The telcos never figured out the apps that the health-care industry wanted.
The number of senior citizens in the workforce has nearly tripled since the 1970s.
Indoor drones to help older people get a bottle of medicine from another room.
The program gives sickest Medicare patients 6 hours per day from a home care aide.
Baby boomers don’t know where else to turn.
In the home, technology can be as critical and comforting as human caregiving.
Bad coordination often plagues patients’ transitions to the care of home health agencies.
Technology is playing an ever-increasing role in assisting seniors to age with grace and dignity
Tech's role contribution to staying at home longer.
New JAMA study: 39% of those over 65 use 5 or more medications.
Ed the Robot to help older adults with dementia through everyday tasks.
Last year 24.2 million feature phones shipped in the U.S, nearly 2 million more than the year before.
Corporate venture capital (CVC) partners and other investors are interested.
Book review: The question is “whether Larry Ellison makes sense to death. And I’m afraid he does.”
New book 70 candles! reminds of the challenges of the 8th decade -- and beyond.
Educated workers ages 55 to 75 likely to be in alternative work arrangements.
Over four in ten 50+ adults are concerned about being able to afford their medications.
"Caregivers who are in the 45-54 age bracket may not be as inclined to use apps as younger counterparts.