Before OperaDDS, coordinating care and communication in dentist offices around the country was difficult. Playing phone tag between team members or waiting for email responses slows down the rate of care and increases frustration for both the communication senders and recipients.
This year’s hidden secrets and innovative projects from Google I/O were shared last at the ATAP (Advanced Technology and Projects) session. From Project Soli to Android M, we breakdown the highlights.
The best software and apps distill key user functionality and present it all in a single, simple interface. Rdio and Spotify have proved the value of streaming, and Pandora sets itself apart through smart music playlists. Apple Music will combine and build on both these features.
We have apps to remind us to wake up in the morning and apps that help us track our physical activity. So why not an app to remind us and our family members to take the right amount of life-saving prescriptions?
MentorMate is proud host this month’s Minnesota Enterprise Mobile Meetup. Network and dig into the latest developments in mobile technology some of the best Xamarin developers in the Twin Cities.
Manufacturers are not moving as quickly toward wide scale acceptance of the connected home. My message to these lagging adopters, “If you don’t act and begin integration with changing products and systems to fit within the connected home, your competition will.” Shipments of devices related to the connected home will increase at a compound annual rate of 67% over the next five years.
Google is pushing the boundaries of virtual reality, driverless cars, mobile phones and internet balloons. MentorMate Senior Software Engineer Chris Black takes a closer look at what was announced for Android at Google I/O.
For thousands of years, people explored without smart devices. Mobile tech affords more options now. Smartphones render travel safer. But the question becomes, is traveling with a mobile phone truly better?
Last week you read about the slick design and high integration the Apple Watch enables between your other smart devices. That’s all fine. It’s great even. But, is it really worth the price. Let’s explore.
I’ve been accused of Apple fanboyism more than once. It’s a fair assessment at first blush. I’ve had nearly every iPhone since the 3G hit, and my iPad and MacBook Pro are among my favorite gadgets. However, I maintain that I’m provider agnostic when it comes to technology. Here are my first impressions using the much-anticipated Apple wearable.