Apple Healthcare: The Next Processor Change is Within ARMs Reach

I had written about Apple’s healthos (which got a lot of traction on the net. While there are several write-ups trying to dissect the issue in inane detail, I am highlighting a pertinent issue from one of the Reddit posts. I rarely link there (as they can get taken down); however, this merits a wider […]

Telemedicine: Putting it in the right perspective

I got tagged in a fascinating discussion on Twitter on Telemedicine. Several open-ended issues merit a closure via a long-form blog format (of course, Twitter has its own limitations). Ensuring universal access and the issue of “dumb pipes”. Laying fibre is an expensive proposition. Long time back, I used to run a blog on Telecom, […]

Telegram: Recommended for the oncologists by an oncologist

I have been using Telegram for over five years now. It has been a treasure trove of features and is one of the most incredible chat applications. Arguably, one of the most common refrains I have heard from Twitter influencers is that Telegram isn’t “secure”. It would be impossible to delve into several encryption protocols […]

Why Samsung Mobile is appropriate for healthcare?

I was a BlackBerry Elite- known for my advocacy for the brand in my part of the world. I used to review pre-release devices and write for different newspapers. My fascination for the device stemmed from their engineering choices of microkernel architecture. BlackBerry utilised QNX, which is a “real-time” OS- as such, it has exceptional […]