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Doctors: E-health records raise costs, don’t help patient outcomes

Most physicians believe mandated electronic health records not only increase operating costs but draw their attention away from patients and have little effect on patient outcomes.

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Volvo, Autoliv to form self-driving car software company

Volvo and car safety feature supplier Autoliv have partnered to create a new company that will develop the next-generation of self-driving vehicle software.

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Boxever and the promise of modern airline customer experiences

I've written extensively about how airlines can provide a better customer experience. Boxever believes it can enable this change to occur.

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Tesla just made a big change in the Model S sedan (Hint: It’s not a tech feature)

It's big news, even if it seems more like something Adobe would do with Photoshop than a brand new tech feature.

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Google and Ford to build self-driving car company, report claims

Google is planning to announce a partnership with Ford to create an independent company that will build self-driving cars, according to a report.


APIs might power the software economy, but the C-suite has its concerns

Software is eating the world, but sometimes the voracious appetites might just cause some techo-indigestion.


Brocade leverages Capriza to mobilize its Oracle beast

Organizations have long heard of the value that mobilizing their applications brings. But what are you to do if your main applications of choice don't lend themselves to a mobile experience?

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STOP! Installing Java on a Mac? Don't just click OK...

Oracle is the latest vendor under fire for (ahem) 'potentially unwanted' shovelware. Mac users installing or updating to the latest version Java are finding their shinies infected with the Ask Toolbar. In IT Blogwatch, bloggers fume...

Yiannis Aloimonos (center) led a team that programmed robots to learn by watching YouTube.

DARPA teaches robots to cook by watching YouTube

System that lets them learn complex actions by observing could make robots far more capable, helpful and cheap.

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