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Research by a forensics firm shows that Wifi users of many state health care exchanges could have their usernames and passwords unknowingly sniffed.
IBM believes the court case is only to make it a "political scapegoat".
Genetic testing service 23andMe said it will comply with an FDA order and that means you'll get a DNA data dump without any interpretation. What's the point?
Jawbone recently released its 3rd-generation UP band that brings wireless syncing capability to iOS devices. With its open UP platform the UP24 is one of the top activity trackers available today.
The White House said that Healthcare.gov would be working by November 30th. It is much better, but there's still a ways to go.
The administration has announced that they have met their self-imposed deadline for making the health care marketplace site usable.
Disjointed and outdated systems, poor data quality and project failures are hampering health initiatives in New Zealand.
Offering a prescription option could make Google Glass much more viable on the consumer tech market.
Jawbone announced their third version of their UP band, the UP24, along with the new iOS 3.0 software. Wireless syncing and real-time notifications are designed to help improve life.
Healthcare.gov can't catch a break.
Well, would you look at this: a government embarrassment that's neither NSA nor healthcare.gov related. Sure, we'd love to write about positive government events, but the news cycle is the news cycle. For the latest dose of how your tax dollars are not working all that well, read this week's ZDNetGovWeek.
The Australian government has announced an inquiry into the rollout of the AU$1 billion e-health record system implemented under the former government.
In a country where universal healthcare is a daily challenge to meet because of difficult geographic constraints, one leading hospital group in India has turned to mobile to increase its accessibility and coverage.
The Federal Government is calling in the big guns.
Developer Ben Simo raises a number of security concerns about healthcare.gov, the Federal health care exchange site. In particular, he describes serious privacy problems in violation of the site's own policy.