That’s the big takeaway from a new survey released today by consultants Accenture.
More than half (56%) of the U.S. consumers surveyed have used a website to manage their health information. Nearly as many (46%) have used a mobile phone or tablet for healthcare info. And more than a third (38%) have accessed an electronic health record (EHR).
The low chatter of today’s voice-recognition systems is about to get a whole lot louder.
We already know about Cortana, Siri, Alexa and Google Home. They let us talk to our smartphones, PCs and home speaker systems. But on the horizon are many new voice applications, some for the workplace, others for consumer-facing products and services.
The latest research reports show that PC sales are tanking. Smartphone sales fell for the first time in 14 years. And corporate CFOs are planning to invest in technologies for digital transformation.
Here’s your tech provider’s update.
Things aren’t looking good for the overall PC market, according to industry watcher IDC. It now predicts the overall PC market will decline by 1.8% a year through 2022.
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Developing new products is hard. For 2 important technologies — artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things — Intel is trying to make it easier.
AI to production
For AI, Intel this week introduced a program called Intel Inside: AI Production. It’s designed to help developers bring AI prototypes based on Intel’s Movidius products to market.
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This video gives you all the steps, tells you what tools you need, and even provides tips on reducing your static charge.
The big Mobile World Congress 2018 got underway today in Barcelona, and Lenovo didn’t waste any time. The company today introduced two new 2-in-1s, both based on the combo of Windows 10 and 8th Gen Intel Core processors, and both with Amazon’s Alexa and Microsoft’s Cortana voice-activated personal assistants built in.
HP Inc. just achieved a dynamic duo: It grew PC unit sales in a global market where shipments are flat or even declining. And it got customers to pay more for those PCs.
HP, formed by Hewlett-Packard’s split in 2015, last night reported financial earnings for the first quarter of its fiscal 2018, which ended Jan. 31.
The fifth generation of connectivity, better known as 5G, is poised to change communications as we know it. And Intel, not wanting to miss a beat, is making several big moves into 5G.
Do your customers find it hard to disconnect? Then they may be the perfect candidates for the new generation of always-connected PCs that debuted at CES this year.
Always-connected PCs are thin and light laptops that offer all-day battery life and 24x7 internet connectivity. That connectivity, it should be noted, is guaranteed even if the system is far from a Wi-Fi signal.