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After a series of developments, mobile devices are now being leveraged in the medical sector as a reliable tool in tracking the health of patients and assisting professionals in managing their daily workload. In fact, wearables and mobile health app usage has increased by 50% from 2014 to 2016. Experts state this can be accounted to the wide adoption of mobile technologies by both consumers and the industry itself.
But what does the future hold for the medical mobile health assistance? Should we expect new innovations or just new apps? Continue reading
With mobile innovation at the forefront of all vertical markets, the operational business processes have changed significantly to adopt the emerging mobile ecosystem. Internet of Things, connected everything (home, health, car, entertainment, etc.), wearables, 5G, mobile payments—these are not just buzzwords anymore; these are the terms defining our future, the next-generation technologies that will power our tomorrow. Continue reading
The Moscow Application & Technology Expo (MATE) 2015 took place March 12–14 in Moscow. It gathered over 3,500 people, including startup founders and managers and decision makers from major IT companies and trendsetters like Intel, Google, Samsung, Cisco, Viber, Mail.ru, and Yandex. Continue reading
Every year, Auriga visits Barcelona, the mobile world capital that hosts the world’s premier event for leading mobile operators, mobile device manufacturers, software companies, and equipment providers—the Mobile World Congress (MWC). In its tenth year, the MWC, which took place March 2–5 in Fira Gran Via, welcomed more than 93,000 visitors from 200 countries—a record-breaking number for the event. More than 50% of the attendees were C-level executives, including 5,000+ CEOs. Continue reading