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Mobile News Round-up: Wearables, Security Strategies, and CES 2018

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Mobile News Round-up: Wearables, Security Strategies, and CES 2018

This installment reviews the best of 2018's Consumer Electronics Show, but also web design for wearables, security strategies, and more.

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Happy New Year, everyone! For our first This Week In Mobile for 2018, I have a lot of stuff to share, including a decent amount of news and opinion from CES last week. So kick back and enjoy!

The Impact of Wearables on Web Design - Deepal Bhatnagar, DZone, January 18, 2018.
The rise of wearable tech means website builders need to be aware of the way people view content. Here are some recommendations for building sites with wearables in mind.

StubHub is using augmented reality to help you buy Super Bowl tickets - Karissa Bell, Mashable, January 18, 2018.
Beginning next week, people looking to purchase Super Bowl tickets via StubHub's iPhone app will see a new "AR" option that lets them bring up a 3D model of the stadium and its surrounding area.

In-Depth: News and views from CES 2018 - Dave Muoio, Mobihealthnews, January 12, 2018.
Las Vegas was once again host to the annual CES conference (formerly known as the Consumer Electronics Show), and digital health players came out in force.

Medgadget's Best of CES 2018 - Medgadget Editors, January 16, 2018.
CES 2018 is over. We assessed the many health-related gadgets that were shown off by a myriad of companies, concluded our deliberations, and now is the time to present the winners of Medgadget's Best of CES 2018.

Security Strategies for DevOps, APIs, Containers, and Microservices - Security Boulevard, January 17, 2018.
More and more IT professionals see DevSecOps, a practice which integrates security measures earlier in the development process to improve production code quality, as a mainstay for future application development.

Policy advisory group highlights benefits, challenges of AI-driven mobile health - Dave Muoio, Mobihealthnews, January 18, 2018.
Artificial intelligence-driven health tools, including those built for mobile apps or other technologies, have the potential to conveniently delivery high-quality data and services to a growing share of the population, according to a recent JASON advisory report requested by and developed for HHS' Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC).

3 Things I Learned About the Future of Technology at This Year's CES - Lisa Eadicicco, January 18, 2018.
If previous CES events introduced "smart" gadgets to the world, this year's show proved they're here to stay.

Top 18 Tech Trends At CES 2018 - Daniel Newman, Forbes, January 16, 2018.
From AI and VR to the IoT and smart cars, here's my take on the top 18 trends from CES this year.

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