To read this week week of January 18, 2016
January 16, 2016 | Lifestyle, Technology, Uncategorised | By Daniel St-Pierre

Three Predictions for Mobile in 2016, Microfluid experiment could bring tactile tablets for vision impaired, Apple Watch And Holistic Presence, Come and meet us at the BC Tech, This week’s app…Each week, we will share a few interesting things about our life an others. Here’s what caught our attention.

Three Predictions for Mobile in 2016
Buying something with your smartphone or tablet will be easier this year as mobile touch commerce emerges in 2016, according to Deloitte’s 2016 Canadian Technology, Media & Telecommunications (TMT) Predictions. Read the story on Tech Vibes

Microfluid experiment could bring tactile tablets for vision impaired
Using fluids that can expand or contract, information could rise from the screen of a slate, allowing those with limited or no vision to use a tablet for less than $1,000. Read the story on ZDnet

Apple Watch And Holistic Presence
What if you went to start your car and Apple Watch stopped you because it knew you were overdrinking? Or, what if your device connects to your car’s stereo system and, based on your elevated stress level, starts playing your favorite relaxing jams.Read the story on TechCrunch

Come and meet us at the BC Tech
Technology is reshaping how we do business, transforming customer experiences and driving growth across all segments of our economy. The #BCTECH Summit is a two-day event that will showcase BC’s vibrant technology industry, build cross-sector opportunities for businesses and explore the latest ideas that will drive a competitive advantage for BC. Check BC Tech Summit

This week’s app
Developed by the B.C. government and HealthLinkBC, this free app lets users find B.C. health services–including hospitals, walk-in clinics, ERs, immunization services, and after-hours pharmacies–based on location or by key word, filter by type of facility and see hours of operation, address, phone number, and other details. The app also provides up-to-date Health Alerts posted by HealthLinkBC. Get B.C. Health Services Locator App here

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