62% of doctors are now using smartphones, tablets, and other mobile
devices at work, a number that has nearly doubled from 2011 to 2012
according to Manhattan Research, a healthcare market research firm.
Healthcare professionals are always looking for ways to better serve
their patients. However, as any healthcare provider can tell you, there
is a mountain of clerical work that must be completed and checked for
each patient. Keep Reading >>
Flip, the world’s most intuitive smart stylus, is a
must-have for digital artists and everyday doodlers alike.
You can check it out
now on Kickstarter – the project currently has over 900 backers and has reached
more than 800% of its funding goal.
any given time there are more than 5000+ Live Projects on Kickstarter, but Flip
is capturing the attention of backers because this new smart stylus technology
works just like the pencil you grew up with. With Flip, the goal was to create a stylus
with all the benefits and features of an active stylus, but without the
complexity of smart stylus which utilizes complicated electronics to activate
With Flip, artists will be able to simply flip the stylus to
the “eraser end” (without having to activate the in-app eraser function) to
erase what they don’t want. They will
be able to rest their hand on their iPad screen because Flip has perfect palm
rejection. If they want to hover and
zoom, Flip knows. It also has an a…
Do you like finding hidden treasure? Yes. Who doesn't? Well, this
post is like a scavenger hunt! The tricks listed here will make your Google
visits a lot more fun. Software engineers have hidden fun features and
games, known as "Easter Eggs" to make life more amusing. Some Easter
Eggs are only active for a short time, to celebrate April Fool's Day,
Christmas, etc., so here are some active ones as of April 2014.
In honor of Easter, check out these Google and YouTube Easter Eggs. Have fun, and enjoy!
~~~ Google Easter Eggs ~~~
Do a barrel roll
How do I find it? Google.comSearch: "do a barrel roll" or "z or r twice"
Here's a classic
hidden feature that you may have seen before. Based on the Super
Nintendo video game Star Fox 64, if you Google this phrase, your screen
will rotate 360 degrees. In the game, the command for a barrel roll is
pressing z or r twice, so you can also Google "z or r twice" to get the
same spin! (T…