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Connected cars: the mobility of tomorrow

Jun 2, 2016

Less traffic congestions, more security and comfort, environmental sustainability and a variety of information and entertainment services – the future of connected cars looks very attractive.  By 2020 the share of cars connected to the Internet worldwide is expected to be 22 percent.  Nevertheless, there is a lot of work to do before the smart…

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Wearables — the future of medical care

May 31, 2016

Smart watches and fitness bracelets are gaining in importance. In the next 5 years the popularity of wearables is forecasted to increase enormously, especially in the healthcare sector. By 2021 the global healthcare device shipment and revenue is expected to reach 98 million units.  The smart health watchers Until recently wearables have got more attention in…

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Internet of Things — the future is already here

May 26, 2016

Life is becoming smarter: smart city, smart home, smart car, smart watch. More and more aspects of our lives get influenced by the Internet of Things. It’s no longer a story from a fantasy movie. The majority of traditional devices like wash machines or fridges are already connected with a smart phone. Both consumers and…

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Healthcare trends to change healthcare industry

May 3, 2016

The intensified regulatory and financial support is about to make healthcare smarter, cheaper and more effective. Healthcare providers strive to improve patients` access and experience, and adoption of high-end healthcare technologies is the best solution. We`ve rounded up to 5 trends that are about to change the healthcare industry.

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Changes In Microsoft. 7 Growing Trends To Watch

Apr 26, 2016

The internet is packed with articles about Microsoft development strategies and their influence on the IT industry. While everyone is jabbering about their trends, hits and flops, I would like to draw your attention to some hidden aspects of the latest changes in Microsoft, and their underestimated potential.

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