Month: March 2019

Digital Health Rewired Pitchfest start-up short-list announced

The 16 start-ups that have made the short-list of the Digital Health Rewired Pitchfest have been revealed. The last 16 includes a clutch of health AI start-ups, diagnostic testing companies, medical imaging, condition focused apps, sentiment analysis tools, remote patient assessment, blockchain and mental health services. They range from companies at pre-funding and very early …

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Royal United Hospitals Bath selects Genesis for supplies solution

Royal United Hospitals Bath (RUH) NHS Foundation Trust has selected Genesis Automation to deliver a medical supplies solution. Genesis has been chosen to provide RUH with an inventory management and point of care solution that can help the RUH track demand for and consumption of its stock. The solution includes barcode scanning software which allows …

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EXC: Hancock to reveal NHSX ‘will be the bridge between tech and health’

The Secretary of State for Health and Social Care is to reveal in a speech later today his plans for the newly announced NHSX organisation. Speaking at the Digital Health Technology Show in London, Matt Hancock is expected to set out his vision for the newest addition to the NHS family – which has been …

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Microsoft brings its DTrace debugger to Windows

Microsoft has released the first Windows version of DTrace, its Linux debugging tool, for 64-bit Windows 10 beta builds. Microsoft has its own ETW (Event Tracing for Windows) tool, but said ETW is static and does not allow for programmatically inserting trace points at runtime.  DTrace on Windows is in the OpenDTrace project on GitHub. OpenDTrace began in …

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Mozilla launches free in-browser (any browser) file-sharing service

Mozilla today debuted a free file-sharing service that works with – but doesn’t require – Firefox and touted the service’s security and privacy traits. “Send uses end-to-end encryption to keep your data secure from the moment you share to the moment your file is opened,” wrote Nick Nguyen, Mozilla’s vice president of product strategy. “You …

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Tesla Autopilot & Full Self-Driving Prices Rising On Monday — Buy Now To Beat The Price Increase

March 12th, 2019 by Paul Fosse  News broke overnight that it isn’t just car prices that are going up Monday, March 18th, but the prices for Autopilot and Full Self-Driving are also going up. As you can see, the pricing of these features has become a bit of a mess. Image captured from @TroyTeslike’s twitter …

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