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Medical Devices Market in Japan to Grow at 2% CAGR to 2019

(EMAILWIRE.COM, July 07, 2015 ) Medical devices include a broad range of medical instruments used for patient monitoring, and the diagnosis and treatment of diseases or abnormal physical conditions, including cardiac, orthopedic, respiratory, and ophthalmic diseases. 14 more words

Arteriotomy Closure Devices Pipeline Review 2015

(EMAILWIRE.COM, July 07, 2015 ) Arteriotomy Closure Devices – Pipeline Review, 2015 RnRMarketResearch.com Adds “Arteriotomy Closure Devices – Pipeline Review, 2015” which provides an overview of the Cardiovascular Devices Market. 18 more words

Thunder Devices Screen Protector Now Available In Black & White

(EMAILWIRE.COM, July 07, 2015 ) Florida, Miami — Marly Mendoza, CEO of Thunder Devices, announced that the firm’s 9H tempered glass screen protectors for the iPhone 6 are now available in white and black. 21 more words

Only vendors that carry out a clear connected device strategy will gain from the $74B connected devices revenue opportunity

HAMPTON, N.H. (July 6, 2015) Technology Business Research Inc.’s (TBR) 1Q15 Devices and Platforms Benchmark shows the connected devices market is primed for explosive growth through 2020, particularly as demand catches up with the rapid pace of product development. 744 more words


Shifting from Novelty to Utility Offers Promise for IoT Adoption Growth

This post originally appeared on MobileFOMO.com. 

Through each new phase of technology development, consumers have fallen prey to “bright, shiny object syndrome.” Is it new? Does my co-worker have it? 692 more words


On "Checking"

Do you constantly check your phone, even if you’ve just checked it?  Is your brain aching for more ‘likes’ and ‘comments’ to your posts?  Do you check your phone at the dinner table, while you’re enjoying a meal with friends or in-laws? 430 more words


Dell Venue 10 7000 review - CNET

The Dell Venue 10 7000 truly feels like a tablet-laptop hybrid. As a standalone tablet, its stylish build is elevated by an ergonomic quirk — a chunky rounded spine that makes holding it in one hand naturally comfortable — and when attached to the keyboard, it feels like a small and sturdy laptop.

via Dell Venue 10 7000 review – CNET.