More Medical Apps As More Doctors Tote iPads
Microsoft has been working on its leap into tablets – but how will it beat the iPad? Well, first things first – it should shed its Office image. The company is expected to show a preview of a branded tablet (company name unknown yet), but the device is expected to run on Windows 8 and may be powered by Intel x86 chips.
However, with people hooked on the iPad, they will have to do something else to channel the success of their console, the Xbox, which they transformed in 2008 to something more than a video console ……………. Read more: http://www.businessweek.com/news/
Mozilla Browser For The iPad Available Now?
Apple currently has a third-party browser engine restriction, which is why Mozilla has never been able to penetrate the iPad market. However, it is currently working on another thing called Junior, a web-kit browser of its own. Alex Limi of Mozilla recently posted a reflection online, calling the Safari a miserable experience. The Junior, however, has a better interface that makes it stand out from other iPad browsers with the address bar, tabs and bookmarks tucked away, only to be accessible with the use of a + button.
This feature gives users full screen access all the time ………………. Read more: http://www.pcworld.com/article/
More Medical Apps As More Doctors Tote iPads?
More and more doctors are toting iPads, causing more capitalists to seek profit through health care applications. Today, more doctors are pulling out their iPhones to check cardiogram results or blood sugar levels, making them commonplace in many hospitals. In fact, even Oprah Winfrey’s company is joining in the bandwagon, investing money in a website that would help interaction between patients and doctors.
The change is beginning to spur more actions from companies, and this is foreseen to become a multi-million dollar business within the following months or years …………………. Read more: http://www.businessweek.com/news/