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CVS to Share Medical Records With 4 Major Providers

CVS Health announced June 24 that it will be partnering and sharing data with four new healthcare providers across the nation via their electronic health records. “In this era of health care reform, we are pleased to work with these health care organizations to develop collaborative programs that enhance access to patient care, improve health […]

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Can The U.S. Do More To Bring Blind And Deaf Americans Online?

This June, the U.S. Library of Congress rolled out a free mobile app that will give more Americans with physical disabilities access to almost 65,000 books, magazines, and music albums in both audio and braille formats. The BARD app was previously only available for Apple products, but now Android smartphone and tablet users will have […]

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Startup Backed By Google Ventures Is Making Online Shopping Profitable for Retailers

Most consumers these days love the idea of online shopping, but businesses may not be equally as thrilled by it. Not only are the security risks greater and costlier, but there’s one common occurrence that just doesn’t seem to happen as often in the stores themselves: the full and abandoned shopping cart. For businesses that […]

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Small Businesses Aren’t Prepared for EMV Chip Regulations, Surveys Find

Is EMV (chip) credit card technology actually going to pay off in the long run? It depends on who you ask. For U.S. banks, EMV chips will hopefully reduce some of the millions of dollars paid out each year when fraudulent charges are made on credit cards. The magnetic strips on traditional cards, which hold […]

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This Device Could Cut Your Air Conditioning Bills By 30%

Do you need help with your home’s air condition maintenance routine? Do you have questions about to get the most out of your heating and cooling system each season? Are you in need to serious maintenance work or are you wondering- where is the best home ac service near me? The fastest and easiest way […]

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Twitter Follows Pinterest Into the World of Online Shopping

Following in the footsteps of Pinterest, social media juggernaut Twitter now plans to introduce product and place pages that will allow its users to discover and purchase products directly from its app. According to a June 22 Tech Bulletin article, the micro-blogging site will now collect information about certain products, including the things users tweet […]

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Google Can Now Answer Your Question Before You’re Even Done Asking

There are people out there who can type so fast, it’s almost as though they’re beaming their thoughts right into the computer, translating their brainwaves directly to text. Take court reporters, for example. In order to become officially certified, they need to be able to type 225 words per minute. At that rate, they could […]

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Microsoft Hopes $120k in Cloud Credits Will Woo Startups

In an effort to draw high-potential startups to its cloud services platform, Azure, Microsoft is offering certain qualified startups a $120,000-per-year-credit starting July 1. “Every startup is unique. Regardless of where they reside or what platform and tools they use, our goal is simple — we aim to help early stage companies accelerate innovation and […]

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Parents Now Speak Emoji, Children Collectively Groan

Erica’s 57-year-old father needs the help of his secretary to set up his Word documents, but loves emojis. The rabbi sent his 27-year-old daughter 70 emojis over the course of 18 text messages. “My dad uses them in every text,” she told the New York Post. “ ’I’m going to a funeral now, [:Monkey_Face: :Camel: :Dog:]!’ ” […]

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Across the Globe, Travelers Get the VIP Treatment at Airports

Whether you’re flying to the next state over or you’re taking a flight across the globe, traveling by plane can easily become a stressful experience. From the security checkpoints, to the unpredictable flight delays and cancellations, to the seemingly never-ending layovers in utilitarian terminals, air travelers are often lacking in ways to relax. However, a […]