Apple Said To Expand HealthKit From Tracker To Diagnosis Tool

Apple Said To Expand HealthKit From Tracker To Diagnosis Tool

So far Apple’s HealthKit has mostly collected fitness data from its devices. In the future, if the company gets its way, the software will interpret that information, turning it into advice for users, doctors and others. Scores of health-care experts hired by Apple in recent years are building improved electronic health record software that can better analyze and understand the implications of patient data, according to people familiar with the team’s plans. The iPhone maker is also working on new apps for the Apple Watch. One helps users track sleep…

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MobiKwik Looking to Expand Financial Services Offerings

MobiKwik Looking to Expand Financial Services Offerings

Gurgaon-based mobile wallet firm MobiKwik expects to turn profitable by mid-2017 and plans to diversify revenue streams by offering financial products like loans and mutual funds, a senior executive said. “We are looking at diversifying our revenue streams and our first goal is to be profitable on a monthly basis by middle of 2017,” MobiKwik founder and chief executive Bipin Preet Singh told PTI. The firm looks to expand its financial services offerings and has started entering into partnerships with banks and financial institutions for the same. MobiKwik is partnering…

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Odd-Even Scheme: Startups Expand Scope, Offer Free Rides

Odd-Even Scheme: Startups Expand Scope, Offer Free Rides

With the second phase of odd-even scheme set to be rolled out from tomorrow, ride-sharing apps like 360Ride and Rapido are lining up free rides and scaling up operations to handle higher demand from consumers. The odd-even scheme was implemented on an experimental basis from January 1 to January 15 in view of high air pollution in the national capital. The second phase will commence on April 15. Bike taxi operator Rapido said it will offer free rides to people travelling to and from some of the metro stations like…

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Android N Beta Program Could Soon Expand to Non-Nexus Devices

Android N Beta Program Could Soon Expand to Non-Nexus Devices

The Android N Developer Preview released last month was Google’s way to offer developers a look at the new features of the upcoming Android build. The company also allowed only Nexus users to sign-up through the Android Beta Program that allowed them to test the new version, and receive new builds as OTA updates. (Also see: Android N Features: What’s New and Improved) If a new string of HTML from the official Android Developer website is to be believed, select non-Nexus devices may soon be included in the Android Beta…

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