What you need to know The European Commission is switching away its instant messaging to encrypted messaging app Signal. Signal has been praised for its secure by default communication, as well as its WhatsApp and iMessage like simplicity. The UK's Conservative Party also made the switch late last year. … [Read more...] about The EU makes the switch to Signal as its messaging app of choice
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Johnson & Johnson said it would partner with Apple Inc on a study to use an iPhone app and the Apple Watch to study how earlier detection of atrial fibrillation impacts stroke in people aged 65 or older. Last year, Apple's Heart Study found that the watch could accurately detect atrial fibrillation, the most common type of irregular heartbeat, according to a study that explored the role of wearable devices in identifying potential heart problems. Atrial fibrillation increases the risk of stroke more than fivefold, according to the American Heart Association. Jeff Williams, Apple's chief operating officer, said the initial study proved the Apple Watch can detect atrial fibrillation with a low rate of false alarms, which helped Apple gain clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for a watch app that takes an electrocardiogram, or EKG, measurement. The study with J&J aims to show if early detection leads to better health outcomes. "We want to follow the science … [Read more...] about Apple, J&J to study if Apple Watch app leads to lower stroke risk
The Future of Freemium The freemium model is unlikely to be phased out anytime soon. It allows developers to access a much wider audience for their apps and decreases the frequency of piracy. And some people are perfectly content with using the ad-supported versions of freemium apps. Others like that they get a free trial version of some apps before they purchase additional features. … [Read more...] about What Are “Freemium” Apps, and How Do They Work?
The European Commission is not the only governmental body to tell its staff to switch to Signal. Last December, The Guardian reported that the UK’s ruling party, the Conservatives, told its MPs to switch to the service from WhatsApp. At the time, there was speculation that the switch was done in order to take advantage of Signal’s disappearing messages feature to stop leaks like those the party saw while using WhatsApp. However, a party spokesperson claimed it was because its recent influx of newly elected MPs meant that it had exceeded WhatsApp’s maximum group size. … [Read more...] about Signal becomes European Commission’s messaging app of choice in security clampdown