Hospitals are catching up to the bring-your-own-device wave, with nearly two-thirds having developed a formal mobile strategy, compared with 34% in 2012, reports health care communications firm Spok. The company suggests that hospitals have realized that many of their medical professionals are using their own mobile devices on the job.
Apple plans to commemorate the 10th anniversary of its iPhone with three new models, including one that will feature an updated design and advanced camera, Bloomberg reports. One of the new models, which Bloomberg reported could be called the iPhone 8, will come with a screen that nearly covers the device and will have a display that runs on organic light-emitting diode technology.
T-Mobile US on Monday issued a bullish assessment of its ability to deploy the 600 MHz spectrum it won as the largest spender in the recent federal auction, saying it expects to gain access to at least 10 MHz that will cover 1 million square miles. The carrier pointed to vendors predicting that they would be ready to support 600 MHz services this year.
Facebook will implement augmented reality features through users' smartphone cameras instead of waiting for technology that makes AR glasses possible, CEO Mark Zuckerberg says. Virtual reality and augmented reality represent the next step in technological communication, Zuckerberg said.
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The Food and Drug Administration has notified Abbott Labs that it could face formal action if it fails to remedy a design flaw in some of its medical devices that could allow hackers to drain batteries and change settings. The FDA said in a letter that Abbott has 15 days to submit a plan for correcting the problems.
Fixt has been selected as the winner of the Baltimore Ravens Innovation Challenge, and the $200,000 prize package includes digital advertising through Ravens channels, signage at M&T Bank Stadium and brand messaging at the Ravens Flock Festival and training camp. Fixt CEO Luke Cooper gave the pitch at the NFL team's competition, telling attendees about the wireless repair firm's mobile service app and funding successes.
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