Tag: mobile

  • Killed by code – back to the future

    I hope that the code in your digital therapeutic for treating autistic children, doesn’t look like this. Back in 2011, I thought it would only be a question of time before we have a drive by execution of a politician with an ICD (implanted cardiac device). In Jan 9, 2017 FDA reported in a FDA Safety […]

  • Apps vs. the Web, enemy or friend?

    Saw this item on Gigaom. George Colony, the chairman and CEO of Forrester Research, re-ignited a minor firestorm recently, with a presentation at the LeWeb conference in which he argued that the web is dead, and being replaced by the app economy — with mobile and smartphone apps that leverage the cloud or other services rather than […]

  • Mobile device security challenges

    It has been said that there is nothing new under the sun and that every generation forgets or never learned the hard-earned lessons from the spilled blood of the previous generation. Reviewing the security and compliance issues  of a new mobile medical device recently, I was struck by how familiar many of the themes are. […]

  • Japanese mobile carrier Willcom on the skids

    I was in Moscow this week and was pretty disappointed with the Beeline WiMax offering – which basically didn’t work in the area where we were staying (not far from Mendeleevska Metro station) WiMax is not there yet and mobile data is still shaking out. According  my buddy  Todd Walzer (Todd lives in Tokyo and […]