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How will Wearables, IoT impact African Healthcare?

One of the biggest transformational shifts in healthcare is the rise of the Internet of Medical things. The healthcare industry has been quick to adopt connected medical devices as they can help providers offer a better standard of care while...

Personal safety to drive wearables market beyond health & fitness

According to the latest Ericsson ConsumerLab report, “Wearable technology and the internet of things”, it has been revealed that six in 10 smartphone users state that wearables have uses beyond health and wellness. Devices related to personal safety and...

Nigerian-born scientist wins award for cancer-seeing glasses

Nigerian-born scientist, Samuel Achilefu, has been awarded the prestigious 2014 Louis Award for creating cancer-seeing glasses. This is according to premiumtimesng.com. According to the report, Dr. Achilefu, a professor of radiology and biomedical engineering, and his team developed the imaging technology...

Security issue found in wearable fitness wristband

Fitness trackers of all kinds have become extremely popular, helping people to manage their physical activity and calorie intake and stay in shape. However, such devices also process important personal data about their owners and it is important to...

SAP & Samsung South Africa seal enterprise system partnership

Samsung South Africa and SAP have revealed plans to deliver enterprise mobility systems for a number of industries. Once implemented, the systems is set to help create an ecosystem based on Samsung mobile devices. According to Samsung, the new ecosystem...
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