In a bit of a change for today's post, I'm going to highlight some of the big news items that came through my inbox last week:
To continue our product highlights within mobile health, we turn to Aycan's "Aycan Mobile" product which received clearance on September 12, 2012. A picture of its use on an iPad is shown on their website.
A good friend of mine in high-school was trying to understand the definition of a "hyperbole". Now, if Google would have been sophisticated enough at the time to include the "define:" feature, it would have returned the following for hyperbole: Exaggerated statements or claims not meant to be taken literally. Instead, I got the following nugget of awesome: So it would be like saying I ate a whale, when I really ate a cupcake? I think my response was laughter and "Sure, something like that..."
As with all software and technology, security is, and will always remain, a hot-button topic. It is even a point of contention for computer consumers - Mac vs. PC debates often will focus on how Mac's don't "need" virus protection (which is somewhat of a misnomer, but certainly good marketing).