New ‘farm-to-table’ medical marijuana app connects farm to ta-bowl. A software company recently launched a medicinal marijuana delivery smartphone app a few weeks ago in an effort to bring the pot farmers closer to dispensaries and dispensaries closer to patients.
Joshua Artman, founder and CEO of the Green Exchange, called its free app, Loud Cannabis, a distribution model to streamline the distribution of cannabis from farm to table. “It’s really learning how it was grown and where it was grown and the quality,” Artman said, calling the current statewide distribution system inefficient and sometimes dangerous. New app puts everyone on the map. Although it’s home to some 70,000 people, there are relatively few official street names and addresses in Rocinha, Rio, the largest Favela in Brazil – a real problem for its inhabitants.
UK tech start-up What3Words has the answer: an app that fits inside a smartphone and is much more precise than a GPS. The idea is to give every single spot on the globe a unique and easy address to remember – words that translate to a specific set of coordinates. “With GPS coordinates it’s actually pretty common to mix up two of the numbers and the worst thing that could happen is maybe you’ve ordered pizza or something and the guy actually goes to the wrong place in your town, so you were close enough that you didn’t know that you were wrong,” explains What3Words CEO Chris Sheldrick.
“So our office is here at Index, Home, Raft (London) but if I typed in Index, Home, Rafts you’ll see it takes me to Western Australia where it’s pretty unlikely my pizza guy is going to go and try to deliver my pizza.” New app creates a searchable network of species worldwide. Part interactive field guide, part map, a new app compiles millions of records on species ranges worldwide.
By pinpointing your location, the Map of Life app lets you explore plants and critters you might see nearby. Or tap around the globe to see what might be blooming in Singapore, for example. Click on a species name to reveal its range map (one shown below), as well as crowdsourced pictures. A team led by Walter Jetz of Yale University and Robert Guralnick of the Florida Museum of Natural History spent two years creating the Map of Life app, which is free for iPhones and Android. Everybody Deserves Access to Mobile Banking. Mobile banking might be an integral part of your day to day life, but there are a lot of people in the US that the Miami based Waleteros would classify as ‘underbanked’.
These are people who don’t use or have a bank account and could benefit from using their smartphone as a banking solution. According to Waleteros, Hispanics represent a disproportionate percentage of this group of underbanked US citizens. Traditionally, in order to meet their financial needs underbanked individuals will go to check cashing stores where they have to pay hefty fees to manage their finances.
Feeding Forward, in California l'app contro lo spreco di cibo. Collegare, in tempo reale, chi può offrire cibo e chi ne ha bisogno: questo l’obiettivo di “Feeding forward”, un’app sviluppata da un gruppo di studenti dell’università di Berkeley in California, che, da febbraio del 2012 oggi, è riuscita a sfamare più di 600mila homeless della città di San Francisco.
Il sistema, ideato dalla studendessa Komal Ahmad, consente mettere in contatto i ristoranti, i supermercati e le mense universitarie - luoghi in cui è possibile recuperare cibo in eccedenza - e le onlus e le associazioni no profit che si occupano di recuperarlo e distribuirlo a chi vive in situazioni di povertà. The innovators: the app that allows patients to track their illnesses. David Bedford suffers from Parkinson’s disease and can sometimes forget to take one of the five different pills he needs to keep the condition in check.
Worse, when he makes half yearly visits to the hospital for a check-up, he cannot remember the details of his daily routine. Three years after he was diagnosed with the disease, he now uses a mobile phone app to remind him when to take the medication and to act as a diary of how his illness affects him. This attention to detail means that daily log is available before the short meetings he has with his consultant every six to nine months. The uMotif app on Bedford’s phone is now being used by about 1,000 patients with 10 different conditions in the UK, the United States and Australia. The clinical information, such as how severe a tremor is or whether symptoms of their condition are getting worse, is sent in advance to doctors, saving time in consultations. Each condition monitored by the app has 10 different trackers from a total of 250.
Why Your Next Package Will Be Delivered By An Uber. Geographic saturation is the key to network effects and profitability in the ridesharing business.
The more drivers Uber or Lyft have in a given region, the faster the pick-up times, the better the customer experience and the more rider demand — which in turn allows drivers to earn more money and attracts more drivers to the network. David Sacks best illustrated Uber’s positive feedback cycle last year: If Sacks is right, that the ridesharing provider with the most geographic saturation ends up with the lowest costs and best rider experience, then the strategy is clear: Raise as much money as possible to subsidize both supply and demand in what, to some observers, appears to be a winner-take-all market.
But do Uber’s network effects really scale infinitely, or will they reach a point of decreasing marginal returns? New app creates hypnotic animated loops instead of everyday snapshots New photo sharing app Phhhoto promises to revolutionise the way we take pictures and share them on social mediaPop stars Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus and Joe Jonas and tech entrepreneur Mark Zuckerberg all use the appApp grabs four photos in succession using a slow shutter speed and links them together to form a gif-like image By Keiligh Baker for MailOnline Published: 15:32 GMT, 27 June 2015 | Updated: 18:45 GMT, 27 June 2015 A new app promises to revolutionise the way we take pictures, creating hypnotic animated loops of everyday snapshots to be shared on social media.
Phhhoto launched in July last year but over the last few weeks has received an increasing amount of attention after pop stars like Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, and Joe Jonas and tech entrepreneur Mark Zuckerberg all expressed their love for the app. Vacanze: punta ad America e Caraibi app italiana per viaggi in barca a vela - Adnkronos. Grazie!
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This app will add up all your Uber and Lyft rides, if you dare. There are some things I’d prefer never to find out. For example, I’d be content through life not knowing how much I’ve spent on late night pizza, how much time I’ve wasted watching cat videos, or the total number of calories I consumed at Chipotle today. New iPhone app will help conduct the largest LGBT health study ever. With transgender celebrities gracing magazine covers and the Supreme Court set to rule on gay marriage across the U.S., the LGBT movement has come a long way. But we’re still far behind when it comes to addressing the health and wellness of LGBT people. To address that, medical researchers are launching a new “PRIDE Study” to shed some light on the unique health needs of LGBT folks—and they’re using iPhones to conduct it.
A new ResearchKit app developed by the University of California at San Francisco will survey a wide range of LGBT folks about health issues like HIV/AIDS, smoking, cancer, obesity, mental issues and depression. “The main question there is, what is the relationship between being LGBTQ—or more broadly a sexual or gender minority person—and mental and physical health?” Mitchell Lunn, co-director of the PRIDE Study at UCSF, told BuzzFeed News. To app or not to app: how Bet365 is tackling the mobile UI challenge. Related topicsApplications Development Process Mobile Related articles Share article 24 0 0 0googleplus1 Short of time? Print this pageEmail article. 6 apps to help you save and spend smart. Life is expensive. There’s a reason why everyone has money on the brain — dollar signs and hidden costs are everywhere.
Sometimes it may seem easier to forget about a budget or forget about insurance and loans, but we all know what that looks like down the line, and its not pretty. Rather than feign blissful ignorance, approach money as an informed and organized consumer. Free App Puts NASA Pluto Mission in Palm of Your Hands. A new app lets you follow the progress of NASA's New Horizons spacecraft, which is in the home stretch of its historic mission to Pluto.
New Horizons will make the first-ever flyby of Pluto on July 14, zooming within 7,800 miles (12,500 kilometers) of the dwarf planet's surface. The Pluto Safari app, which came out last month, keeps tabs on New Horizons, counting its close encounter down to the second, and teaches users about the frigid, distant realm the spacecraft is exploring. Pluto Safari is available for Apple and Android devices, and it's free. [Photos of Pluto and Its Moons] "We didn't want to put a price on it, because we wanted to get it in the hands of as many people as we could," said Pedro Braganca of Simulation Curriculum Corp., which developed the app. The Ten Best Accounting Apps for People Who HATE Accounting. For a rare breed of person, accounting is a business process that represents a joyful challenge.
For the rest of us, just the thought of managing accounts leaves us reaching for an aspirin. But does accounting have to be that troubling? Actually, it doesn’t. Florida mom hopes new app will prevent babies from dying in womb. MANATEE COUNTY, Fla. (WFLA) — For tens of thousands of mothers each year, the joy of childbirth turns into heartbreak. Experts say around 26,000 babies die in the womb each year. And in some cases it’s easily preventable- you can tell the warning signs by counting the baby’s kicks. London’s Ghost Stations Explored In New App. Are you the kind of person who gets a bit giddy whenever abandoned tube stations are mentioned? A New Way to Leave Your Lover. If Henry VIII had lived in the era of optimization, he might have seen the appeal of a new app called Binder, which dismisses an unwanted lover with a swipe to the right. New app takes all the fun out of corruption. Here’s a dating app for shallow people who deserve each other. For Thatcher Shultz, finding the right dating app is nearly as difficult as finding the right girl.
Surviving and thriving in the new app economy. IT leaders are in a constant state of conflict today, waging war on multiple fronts. One of those is the struggle for competitive advantage in the new applications economy. Binder: This horrible new app is the Tinder of breaking up. Brigade, the 'Tinder for Politics' - CNNPolitics.com. A new app called Brigade is the "Tinder of politics" according to one of its major investors, a reference to the popular dating program, and it lets users exchange political beliefs with a couple of swipes. Brigade, the beta version of which was released Wednesday for iOS and Android devices, also allows advocacy groups and candidates to gauge people's perspectives on the issues -- which could help them mobilize voters.
This app helps terrible people have sex with each other. Longplayer: the app that lets you listen to a 1,000-year-long song. At midnight on 31 December 1999, a piece of music began to play for a thousand years. At heart, Jem Finer’s Longplayer is the application of a few simple and precise rules to six short pieces of music, but the result is an infinite composition which will not repeat itself until 31st December 2999. Each track moves in and out of phase with the others, like planets and moons whose orbits gradually bring them closer together and then propel them apart over the course of years, decades, even centuries. The piece was the result of years of research into musical systems and is intended to force us to confront the reality of deep time, of environmental and social processes which play out beyond the experience of any individual.
Housed at Trinity Buoy Wharf in East London, it plays continuously inside a lighthouse which for more than 100 years was used to train prospective lighthouse-keepers for their long and solitary vigils. Breakup app delivers the ugly truth so you don't have to. Let's face it, breaking up with someone is a messy, awkward, business. But, good news: Now you can end your relationship the lazy way with an app that will handle your breakup for you.
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New App Connects People With Private Investigators. New dating app caters to people who prefer 'unconventional' relationships. Move money from your wrist with CommBank's new smart watch app. M-commerce in China expanded by 168 percent in Q1. Porn Time is a controversial new app that makes watching X-rates movies even easier. Crap app: there’s an app to help you find the nearest toilet in London. E-commerce brands trying to cut losses by becoming app-only platforms: What are the pros & cons? The future of iOS: apps you can enjoy without ever opening them. Find&Save app offers new ways to get cash back for shopping in stores - Clarksville, TN Online. Two Israelis Hope to Take on Uber With the New App Via. Google's new app can count calories in your food photos. Dating App, Coffee Meets Bagel Launches in Sydney. New selfie app can boost your ego. Line's new Android app lets you call up to 200 people simultaneously. Are you a shopaholic? If so, this new app is for you.
Google's Im2Calories app reveals nutritional value of your Instagram snaps. Tesco trials app for donating unsold food to charity. Turn your iPhone into a semen-detecting black light using household items - although you might regret it. After smiling, winking, this new iOS app lets you scream to click a selfie. Everyone loves broadcaster who is master of new app periscope (From Halstead Gazette)
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