Editorials: Disability & Health Technology Document List

Publication List:

Medical & Health Care Records - The Black Market
The health care world is facing a threat with the prospect of medical records being sold on the black market - Published: 2015-02-17
Top Healthcare Technology Issues for 2015
From Google Glass to 3-D Printing, ECRI Institute spotlights Top healthcare technology issues for 2015 - Published: 2015-01-14
Social Constructions of Disability: Digital and Internet Technologies
Over the last several decades the digital revolution has transformed networks services and communications technique for persons with disability - Published: 2012-08-16
Digital Inclusion of People with Disabilities - NCD Report
Report on digital technologies or processes that have potential to enhance social engagement of people with disabilities - Published: 2011-10-08
Best Buy Canada Releases Report on Technology in the Classroom
Best Buy Canada will contribute $300,000 in technology grants to schools in Canada through its Best in Class Fund program in 2009 - Published: 2009-09-02
Talking Digital TV System World First
On-screen text such as TV program guides digital displays and menus are set to be brought to life with the power of speech - Published: 2009-09-02
Softeq Hearing and Visual Impairment Assistance Device
Hand held device gives people with visual or hearing impairments the same experience as others - Published: 2009-07-18
Free Computer Operating Systems - Good for the Disability Budget
Googles operating system is due to be presented in the middle of 2010 to consumers and will be based on their Chrome browser - Published: 2009-07-14
Adobe Acrobat Reader's Accessibility Features
Adobes guide for persons who use screen readers and PDF files was created in collaboration with AFB Consulting - Published: 2009-07-11
Nationwide Health Information Network's Free Open-Source Software
Nationwide Health Information Network free software for improving information exchange between public and private health information technology systems - Published: 2009-07-08
Radio Chip Mimics Human Ear
MIT engineers have built a fast ultra-broadband low-power radio chip modeled on the human inner ear - Published: 2009-07-06
Toyota Corporation Developing Brain-Wave Driven Wheelchair
Commentary on the development by the Toyota Corporation involving a Brain Wave driven wheelchair - Published: 2009-06-29
Tiny Biological Fuel Cells Breakthrough for Nanotechnology
Molecular wire brushes that conduct electrical charges step in developing biological fuel cells that power pacemakers cochlear implants and prosthetic limbs - Published: 2009-06-20
Robot Scientist First Machine to Discover New Scientific Knowledge
Researchers believe a robot scientist is the first machine to have independently discovered new scientific knowledge - Published: 2009-04-02