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"While we can't treat 100 percent of conditions we are able to treat 85 percent of conditions that would normally have parents visiting a doctor's office or urgent care."
"The Challenge is a great opportunity for our local students to focus their skills and creativity on developing, testing and analyzing new applications for real-world use."
Photo by Tahiti Huetter
The Savage Kitchen app uses GPS and crowd-sourced citizen science to link people worldwide with the edible wild foods available in their own backyards
"When you touch your face, every noxious thing on your fingertips gets 'jalpeno business,'" Binsted jokes. "Get it? 'All up in yo business!'"
WePrescribe - How It Works
The Centers for Disease Control and the World Health Organization have urged hospitals and clinics to expand the use of telehealth services to help triage techniques for coronavirus.
WePrescribe - How It Works
Patients can get help with simple health conditions and prescriptions quickly via an app.
One of the world's largest hackathons is coming to Hawaii next month. The NASA Space Apps Challenge, sponsored by a consortium of local technology companies, will be held from April 22-24. Local sponsor include DevLeague, Sudokrew...
For the second consecutive year, EV Stations Hawaii has been awarded the title of Best Energy Mobile Application by the Web Marketing Association in its annual MobileWebAwards competition. In 2012, the Hawaii State Energy Office partnered...