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After Charles Lindbergh flew across the Atlantic in 1927, a company called Seaboard Air Line Railroad attracted an unusual amount of attention from investors who thought it was in the aviation business. The name actually was a reference to an old railroading term and had nothing...

The service would transcribe incoming voicemail into messages for easier consumption. Voicemail is a pain in the neck, and Apple has decided to do something about it. The company is testing a new way to transcribe spoken messages and send the contents to iPhone owners via...

'I was surprised at the outcome but I shouldn’t have been. Cerner will do a good job.' Many health system chief information officers say they weren't expecting the Cerner/Leidos team to win the coveted contract to overhaul the Department of Defense's electronic health record system....

The new OS brings a number of features tailored specifically for healthcare settings and clinicians. Let's take a look. The arrival of a new Microsoft operating system does not exactly bring the same excitement that it once did. Indeed, since about the time Windows Vista launched, subsequent...

I’ve been thinking about the idea of grounded truth since I heard Ed Boyden, Professor at the MIT Media Lab and the MIT McGovern Institute, speak recently about mapping the brain and complex systems. During his talk, Boyden used the term “grounded truth.” It’s a...

When the history of the connected car is written, this week may go down as a pivotal moment for consumers worried about security. That is because a pair of technology researchers said that they had wirelessly hacked a Jeep Cherokee through its Internet-connected system, allowing them...