The digitization of medical records should lead to streamlined access for patients, efficiency upgrades for providers, and economic opportunity for developers. These benefits exist in theory, but not in practice—due to cybersecurity concerns and the associated costs.
A prolonged legal battle between software behemoths Google and Oracle has, at long last, reached a conclusion.
Sam Malek helps win $172M verdict in a patent litigation case between Wapp Tech and Micro Focus.
The latest high-profile Twitter hack raises questions about hacking methodology, punishment, and security issues.
In a piecemeal regulatory environment, consumers will bear the brunt of the responsibility for vetting any app they choose to give access to their medical information. How that information is protected will be the province of third parties – until legislated otherwise.
Artificial intelligence is not a silver bullet, its ability to efficiently and accurately crunch numbers is aiding the containment and treatment effort for COVID. Lessons learned now will help future outbreaks. No longer the realm of sci-fi, AI is in the fight against the pandemic.
DNA phenotyping has the potential for positive use cases for law enforcement, but it is still early days for the technology. As it evolves, it appears more information and review are necessary to come to a true conclusion about its efficacy – and to develop the guidelines and processes to safely use it.
New research shows that the category of a mobile application is a good predictor of its security vulnerabilities.
Dr. George Edwards, Quandary Peak’s resident guru of location-based mobile services, has been asked to testify as an expert witness in a patent infringement lawsuit.
Developing mobile apps involves decisions about the target platform. This article reviews the market opportunities related to different app platforms.