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Startup Ossia hopes homes, conferences rooms and coffee shops will install its flat charging stations to beam power wireless to devices like security cameras, smartwatches or security cameras.


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If you’re enthusiastic about your mobile gadgets, you may have a wireless charging pad in your house on which you can plop your phone for a battery top-up. A host of companies, though, hope for a more liberating technology that beams power through the air, and one of them, Ossia, just cleared a regulatory hurdle clearing its way into products in the UK and Europe.

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The U.S Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HiMSS) released a report titled ‘Leveraging mobile technology to reduce hospital readmissions.’

According to the Centres for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), Medicare has been overwhelmed with excessive hospital re-admissions – with total costs up to $17.5 billion a year. [1]

From 2007 to 2010, the national re-admissions rate remained at 19.2%, with an average Medicare cost for a hospital readmission stay at $9,600.

Therefore, the Hospital Re-admissions Reduction Program (HRRP), under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), aims to reduce re-admissions for all acute-care hospitals receiving payment under the Medicare Inpatient Prospective

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By: Justin Lafleur, Lehigh Sports Communications
 
While the last 18 months have brought lots of change and uncertainty to collegiate sports, Lehigh Athletics remains steadfast in its commitment to student-athlete development and continues to find opportunities for learning, growing and leading.
 
This year, Lehigh Athletics is excited to leverage the strength of its High Performance Development Team through a variety of technology platforms. Two of these companies with whom the department will partner, The Zone and GamePlan (who recently merged with InXAthlete), are founded by former student-athletes. Both encourage ownership by the individual of their

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The world’s largest mobile boat lift prepares for its first load, a landing craft owned by the Royal Bahamas Defence Force, July 2021 (Image courtesy Derecktor)

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Cimolai Technology has beaten its own records by supplying the biggest mobile boat hoist ever built to one of the company’s best clients, Derecktor Shipyards. The 1500-ton unit is now in service in a new refit yard that Derecktor recently built in Fort Pierce, Florida, and it will be the third Cimolai Technology boat lifter to be

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Six startups from around the world have been picked to work with experts at T-Mobile over the next few months to build 5G technologies that promote wellness and improve quality of life. They’re part of the fall 2021 T-Mobile Accelerator Wellness Technology Program.

The startups are innovating in the areas of personal health wearables and applications, from smart glasses for deaf and hard of hearing individuals, to fitness devices and smart apparel that enhance athletic performance, according to a news release today from T-Mobile.

“Consumers are increasingly interested in new ways that technology can improve their well-being, whether it’s better

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SINGAPORE/TOKYO, JAPAN – Media OutReach – 31 August 2021International IT and fintech company Digital Wallet Group (DWG) has expanded into Singapore by acquiring licensed remittance and foreign exchange company RediMoney Express Pte Ltd (REPL). REPL is a subsidiary of Asia United Bank (AUB), a Philippine-based and publicly listed universal commercial bank. DWG’s subsidiary, Digital Wallet Corporation (DWC), is the creator of Japan’s first and most popular mobile remittance application, Smiles Mobile Remittance (Smiles). This acquisition will allow DWG to expand Smiles in the Asia Pacific, serve more customers and boost its market presence in the region. The Monetary

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