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ResearchKit at 6 months: 100,000 people now using medical apps

Apple turned your iPhone into a medical research device with the launch of ResearchKit six months ago. Several researchers have come forward with data from the apps they’ve developed that indicated ResearchKit was helping the medical community learn more about people than ever before. But now we have official word from Apple on ResearchKit’s success: More than 100,000 people are ... Read More »

Heres how Windows 10 Mobile updates will work

Microsoft will get a little help from wireless carriers on new versions of Windows 10 Mobile, even as it bypasses them to deliver the updates to consumers. ““Microsoft is working closely with mobile operators to leverage their testing and our flighting to meet and exceed current quality bars,” the company told WMPowerUser in a statement. “We will use their input ... Read More »

Display Dock for new Lumias will cost $99

Microsoft will charge $99 for an upcoming Display Dock device to connect next-generation Lumia 950 and Lumia 950XL smartphones with full-sized keyboards and large desktop displays, a company spokeswoman told Computerworld late Thursday. The device, roughly the size of a cigarette carton and with seven different ports, appears like your typical, lowly dock. However, Microsoft marketers have pointed out that ... Read More »

Sony’s Xperia Z5, Z5 Compact goes on sale in Australia next week

Sony’s 2015 flagship smartphones will go on sale next week at Australia’s three largest carriers. Vodafone and Optus will offer the Z5 on postpaid contracts respectively starting from $85 and $90 per month. Telstra will be offering both the Z5 Compact and the Z5, with postpaid pricing expected to be announced closer to the on sale date. The Xperia Z5 ... Read More »

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