Google kicked off its annual developer conference, Google I/O, on Tuesday, with CEO Sundar Pichai stating that Google is “moving from a company that helps you find answers to a company that helps you get things done.” This appears to be very much the case: in addition to potentially life-changing
Last fall, we previewed our internal innovation platform, DIY (Driving Innovation Yourself). The goal of DIY is to harness brainpower from across Intouch to address unmet needs in the healthcare space. Read on to learn about the winning idea and watch the promo video.
This POV from senior innovation manager Andrew Grojean outlines what 5G is, why industries are rushing to adopt the next-gen tech, and discuss implications for pharma and healthcare brands.
Each year, Intouch sends a team to Adobe Summit to hear about the latest marketing and innovation breakthroughs, and this year will be no different. We’ll be on the scene in Las Vegas, taking it all in and coming back with the most salient highlights. And with more than 300
MIT recently hosted what many consider to be the most prestigious virtual reality hackathon in the world, and two of Intouch’s own were there to take home a prize! Read all about the event here.
2019 was the year that CES was realistic. While there were still some crazy ideas that may not ever make prime time (see: talk to your fetus in VR) and there were plenty of choreographed dancing robots, the lion’s share of products shown at CES 2019 were not only realistic,
Download the POV It's that time again ... trend forecasting for 2019! Intouch’s annual trends report – this is our fourth – highlights the healthcare and tech trends that will shape the year ahead. In this POV, we’re focusing on the following 7 trends to keep an eye on:
It’s September 12, which means today is the day Apple announces new products. Is today also the day that Apple reveals its latest Watch with the rumored integrated EKG? The Watch on its own has already saved one person’s life – a teen whose device alerted her to an
From TechCrunch to Forbes and across healthcare, analysts and pundits are talking about how edge computing will change how we work. But what IS edge computing? Edge computing refers to moving processing closer to the origin of the data. Because smaller and smaller devices can process more and more information, data can often
This year, CES -- the Consumer Electronics Show -- featured more than 800 speakers from all corners of the tech space. The U.S. Secretary of Transportation was there, and so was the GM of General Motors, Spotify’s global head of hip hop, the president of the Women’s National Basketball