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Patient advocacy is a huge topic, particularly among the senior community. While no one likes being in a hospital, these stays can be more easily managed with apps like the Patient Journal app, which can help you organize your thoughts, concerns and schedule.
There are things the iPhone can do, and then there are things the iPhone can do, such as stun someone. The media is cautiously exploring the claim by an MIT student that he turned his iPhone into a stun gun. While inventive, we're not yet sure it's true. If it is, however, a similarly made device could be extremely beneficial to seniors.
A lost iPhone, it's every Machead's worst nightmare. Even if you're not a Machead, you don't want to misplace a $300 phone, especially if you didn't insure it. That's why we wanted to share CNET's list of four apps that can help you locate your lost iPhone.
MobileMe stores photos, data and videos, and sync messages, contacts and calendars. This software can also assist in the recovery of your mobile device. It does this across many devices, including Macs, iPhones and iPads, but is it worth the $99-a-year subscription? We'll leave that up to you.
The rapid evolution of Global Positioning Satellite (GPS) tracking technology is producing new applications of particular interest to seniors, their families, and caregivers. One of the most active companies in this space is GTX Corp.--the company behind the patented GPS Smart Shoe
A wealth of web sites and several new Apps are available to provide fans with easy, new-media access to reams of classic programming from the Golden Age of Radio.
MenuPages established a name for itself on the web by providing menus and listing for thousands of restaurants across the country. Not content to be just a website, MenuPages has recently created an nifty iPhone app for your eating needs.
The iPhone 4 may be newer than the iPhone 3GS, but some aren't convinced that it's improved. One company cited a 68% increase in damage complaints, as compared to the iPhone 3GS, and an 82 percent increase in reported screen damage alone.
If you are a chronic online chatter box that likes to socialize with Google Talk, Facebook Chat, Yahoo IM, or Jabber, chatting on the-go with an iPhone or iPad might seem like a daunting task. However, the updated Meebo app has changed the rules of communication, consolidating all of your chat programs into one clean, straightforward app.
Ten One Design has created a stylus for the iPhone 4 that comes with a dual-functioning clip. The clip can both hold the stylus in place when it's not in use, and hold the iPhone in place when it is being used.
Remote, a new iPhone/ iPad app, is helping to redefine the term "convenience" for the digital age. The premise is relatively straightforward: control the settings for your iTunes or Apple TV from your iPhone or iPad.
Retrevo's recently released Gadget Census Report outlines some basic personality traits and habits that consumers are likely to share if they own a PC, Mac, Blackberry, Android or iPhone product.
Sanofi-Aventis has created a blood glucose meter and diabetes manager app that can be connected to and used in conjunction with the iPhone and iPod Touch. This eliminates the need for diabetics to carry around a separate testing kit and notepad. Instead, the test results are analyzed and stored in the device for maximum convenience.
The original incarnation of the Nike + App was a pretty darn neat idea: you could track your distance and speed during a run by placing a sensor in a Nike shoe and sync the device up with your iPhone or newer iPod models. An updated version has made a few crucial adjustments -- you no longer need the sensor or the shoe to use the app. Appropriately renamed Nike + GPS, the app now uses GPS functionality to track how far you run.
For many of us, golf isn't just a game but an obsessive lifestyle choice of sorts that gets our competitive juices flowing. A real golf nut will do about anything to improve performance. Thats where the iPhone app, "All About Golf For Seniors" steps in.