Mobile apps and telehealth will never replace in-person treatment, but new tech tools can help millions who suffer from mental health conditions. Consider these apps and services.By Alison Diana Senior Editor, 9/11/201410 comments | Read | Post a Comment
At IDF, Intel execs discuss how an Intel-powered Internet of Things could lead to personalized cancer treatments.By Michael Endler Associate Editor, InformationWeek.com, 9/10/20144 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Apple's entry into the wearable market both disappoints and delights. But the Apple watch will breathe life into the entire wearable industry.By Thomas Claburn Editor-at-Large, 9/10/201429 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Hackers breached a HealthCare.gov test server, reportedly affecting no records, but the repercussions could spread across many medical organizations.By Alison Diana Senior Editor, 9/6/201418 comments | Read | Post a Comment
The Internet of Things demands reliable connectivity, yet standards are up in the air. Here's what that means for your strategy.By Kurt Marko Contributing Editor, 9/4/20144 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Users are sick of their activity-tracking wearable devices. But the answer may be as plain as the ear on your head.By Shane O'Neill Managing Editor, InformationWeek, 9/2/20142 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Pew Research finds that social media users are less likely to voice opinions face-to-face if they believe their Facebook followers would disagree. Call it surveillance fallout.By Thomas Claburn Editor-at-Large, 8/28/201418 comments | Read | Post a Comment
IT Salary Survey 2014IT pros are feeling optimistic again about their careers. Raises are up, and median total compensation hit $92,000 for staffers and $120,000 for managers in 2014, according to InformationWeek's annual survey.