During the COVID-19 pandemic, the surge in hospice telehealth usage resulted in a reduction of 911 calls, emergency room visits, and healthcare expenses.
The disparity of online access is apparent when comparing digital lives across incomes. Those with higher incomes are likely to have more access to technology and internet-capable devices than lower incomes.
While purchasing a new e-bike can be expensive, European company Bimoz designed a lightweight retrofit system that you can attach onto almost any conventional bicycle to transform it into an e-bike within 20 minutes.
As Americans return to their post-pandemic lives, broadband consumption remains high. OpenVault’s broadband insights report highlights quarterly broadband usage, and a rise in gigabit speed popularity.
TinyML — or Tiny Machine Learning — an enable a whole host of emerging IoT devices to run machine learning workloads without use of the cloud or edge gateways, helping to enhance privacy and efficiency.
The struggle of disconnected Americans was cast into sharp relief during the pandemic, giving rise to a broad consensus that at long last the digital divide must be closed. Artificially lowering broadband prices isn’t the answer. A top-to-bottom overhaul of the FCC’s existing Lifeline Program is.