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Heart-Healthy Wearables? Believe It

Mike Feibus

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A new wave of wearables and companion apps is emerging with the ability to monitor vital signs crucial to spotting heart problems, giving us and our doctors powerful new weapons to fight stroke and heart disease.

It should make for a very exciting 2018. I can't wait!

Want to know more? Read my latest column in the Tech section of USA TODAY here.

The High-Tech Spring

Mike Feibus

SAN FRANCISCO – I love watching people experience virtual reality for the first time. The cumbersome headsets exaggerate their movements as they scan left to right, and then nod up and down.  And every time they look in another direction and spot something new, you can almost feel their amazement through the goggles.

Lately, I feel as though I’ve put on a VR headset and never took it off. Because every time I turn, it seems, I spy something truly inspirational.

There's a lot going on out there in this High-Tech Spring of Springs. Read all about it in my latest column in USA TODAY's Tech section.

 

iPad Pro: Too Little Too Late for Big Business

Mike Feibus

Apple, a company forever relegated to the fringe of big business, holds onto the misguided belief that it can forge into the core of business computing with a new tablet, and supplant hundreds of millions of aging PCs in the process.

It's can't. Like Apple, tablets were never able to break into the heart of enterprise computing. And the iPad Pro brings too little too late to change that. If the iPad Pro is going to replace any business computers at all, it will be Apple’s own MacBooks deployed in traditional Apple beachheads like content creation and point-of-sale applications in retail settings.

Read my entire column in the Tech section of USA Today HERE.