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NantHealth's cancer genome browser comes to the Passport
Medical care goes mobile

NantHealth's cancer genome browser comes to the Passport

Harish Jonnalagadda 72

BlackBerry has announced that it is collaborating with healthcare-focused data provider NantHealth in launching the NantOmics Cancer Genome Browser on the the BlackBerry Passport. The genome browser is the first such mobile solution available to medical care professionals, and allows them to access patients' genetic data securely. NantHealth CEO Patrick Soon-Shiong showcased how the...

BlackBerry's Project Ion aims to build a secure app platform for the 'Internet of Things'

BlackBerry's Project Ion aims to build a secure app platform for the 'Internet of Things'

Simon Sage 124

BlackBerry has announced a big step into the Internet of Things today with a new initiative called "Project Ion". The details of the project are scarce for now, but the goal is to create a modern, extensible framework for machine-to-machine communication. If you want to know what that means, just check out Connectedly, where we're taking a good look at a broadening world of smart...