Dropbox is an essential app is that it serves a unique role linking your files and folders on your home computer to your mobile medical device over the air. Taking advantage of a cloud storage service such as Dropbox will allow you to improve productivity and help improve file management as well as providing that all important link between desktop and mobile device.
Tag: Windows Phone 7
A question and answer session with Evan Schoenberg MD, developer of a host of popular iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch), Android, and Windows Phone 7 apps about the various mobile platforms.
The First Lady yesterday announced an innovative new component to her Lets Move! campaign against childhood obesity yesterday – a call to developers to produce healthcare apps for the iPhone/Android/etc that encourage children to make healthy food choices and exercise more. Its an interesting and forward-looking approach to a major problem. While popular attention is […]
This week, Microsoft announced the end of Windows Mobile and introduced its successor, a completely redesigned platform called Windows Phone 7. While Microsoft’s creative energies don’t appear to have been expended on the new name, it may be because they were drained after redesigning just about everything else about their platform. Even the more skeptical […]
In a recent Microsoft forum on health care technology, researchers made clear the company is hoping to have a larger presence in the healthcare arena using the Windows Phone 7 series platform and the Xbox 360. They are also experimenting with connecting these products to HealthVault, their personal health records platform. The “dream” is that […]