Companies around the globe, such as Proteus Biomedical in California, are starting to develop new “pill technology” that will allow patients and doctors to monitor the ingestion and effects of medications. Prescription drug adherence, believe it or not, is a big issue in the world of medicine and is the root behind millions of dollars of unnecessary expenses. More »
Josh Silver of the Center for Vision in the Developing World has recently developed a new invention that has the potential to help millions around the world. AdSpecs are “Harry Potter” type glasses that have adjustable lenses. Using two flexible membranes, the lens can be adjusted via syringes that put in or take out fluid. More »
From Girlybubble: Sadly, I’m not an owner of a PSP but the PSP-3000 Sweet Limited Package, has got me wanting one in the worst way. The package is a collaboration between Sony and American fashion designer Jill Stuart. The bundle features a Blossom Pink-colored PSP-3000, a 4GB memory stick, a Jill Stuart cloth and a Jill Stuart-branded PSP carrying case. For the fashionista in me, this is one sweet deal. More »
President Obamaa promised change while on the campaign trail and he certainly has brought a lot of it during his first year of presidency. The President recognizes that the internet and technology are valuable tools that have limitless possibilities to connect him with the rest of the nation. By utilizing online franchises such as Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube, Obama’s administration is trying to make this the most “transparent” administration of all time.
During the interview with citizentube, the President answered questions that were submitted by actual citizens. These questions were then voted for online and the questions with the most votes were asked during the interview. Many of these questions were video questions submitted via YouTube. More »
One would think that in this sluggish economy, premium computer makers like Apple would languish, yet Jobs’ company posted its record best year. Not only did Apple gain market share in the under $1,000 PC price range, consumers who bought a computer over $1,000 overwhelmingly chose a Mac. With the iPad, in 2010, Apple is attempting to cut into the sub-$500 sector too. More »
Looks like Sony Ericsson is continuing its “green” crusade by introducing its new business line mobile device called the “Aspen.” Available in Q2 of this year, the housing of the Aspen is made of recycled plastics with a build that is lead-free. It also comes with an e-manual to cut paper use. This is all part of Sony Ericsson’s “GreenHeart” campaign. More »
From Ningin: Love is patient, love is kind. Love is not envious, boastful, arrogant or rude…but it sure is generous! If you thought the love ended with all the great editorial specials we have across the Mixr network this month, you’re wrong. We love you so much, we kind of want to be your sugar daddy/sugar mama. How so? We’ve got plenty of opportunities to win cool prizes across the Mixr Network this month! More »