@BenBajarin 2 years ago
OMRON showing first medically approved blood pressure monitoring smart watch. https://t.co/WaWCqiP4q3
@BenBajarin 3 years ago
RT @SuB8u: "We are now at the point where innovation is at the algorithmic level" - Dean of Stanford Medical School.… https://t.co/3Wk6EIcFWA
@BenBajarin 3 years ago
RT @fraserspeirs: And Chromebook in schools is still, mostly, a US phenomenon.
@BenBajarin 3 years ago
RT @fraserspeirs: iPad Education Edition. https://twitter.com/9to5mac/status/844166536893992960
@BenBajarin 3 years ago
RT @fraserspeirs: The actual “future of personal computing” for most is really the smartphone though, isn’t it?
@BenBajarin 4 years ago
RT @fraserspeirs: That’s a long time to not be able to get any work done.
@BenBajarin 4 years ago
RT @fraserspeirs: Tomorrow it will be 11 months since I sold my MacBook Pro and went all in on iPad Pro.
@BenBajarin 4 years ago
RT @JohnKirk: Is there no one in power at Walmart who is courageous enough to stand up and say:“Stop! This madness ends now.” https://t.co/z3YukDQyBN
@BenBajarin 4 years ago
RT @caro_milanesi: SOS on the watch is genius u call 911 with one press, send the message to your emergency contacts, sends a map and displays us medical card
@BenBajarin 4 years ago
Web MD or some medical database would make a good automated messaging app. Especially for hypochondriacs like me.
@BenBajarin 5 years ago
RT @greengart: Apple ResearchKit: using huge iOS installed base to help medical researchers w/ larger sample sizes, better data, 2 way communication. Huge.
@BenBajarin 5 years ago
Apple showing with ResearchKit just how deeply they are getting engrained in the medical community. First of many big steps to come.
@BenBajarin 5 years ago
Very interesting to see how Apple can use the iPhone and Apple customers to impact medical research positively.
@BenBajarin 5 years ago
RT @asymco: Medical Research is about to change