Jacqueline Emigh

Jacqueline Emigh (pronounced "Amy") is a veteran New York City-based writer, with thousands of published articles to her credit. Beyond her activities in freelancing for many of the tech industry's leading web sites, she has also worked as a full-time editor at TechTarget, BetaNews, and Ziff Davis.

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8 lessons Apple is learning from 8 mobile health apps

8 lessons Apple is learning from 8 mobile health apps

The mHealth market is set to soar, reaching $26.6 billion in 2017. With these ResearchKit apps, Apple and its partners are gathering valuable information about how patients interact with mobile health apps, what makes an app ‘sticky,’...

Apple Enters AT&T Vs. Verizon Ad War

In a battle between AT&T and Verizon Wireless that never seems to end, AT&T's partner Apple now appears to be getting into the mix with two retaliatory iPhone TV ad that air Monday night. The ads comes hot on the heels of AT&T's TV ad...

Google Updates Google Earth App for IPhone

Google today announced version 2.0 of Google Earth for the iPhone and iPod touch, just over a year after releasing the first edition of the application, a piece of software which quickly turned into the second most popular download in...

Egypt Applies First for International Web Domain

The agency in charge of assigning domain names today began accepting applications for domain names written in non-Latin languages, and Egypt -- a country now drawing heated criticism from human rights advocates -- became the first to...

AT&T 'Sets Record Straight' in Latest Ad Against Verizon

Beyond suing archrival Verizon Wireless in federal court, AT&T has now added more fuel to its fight to defend its nationwide wireless network against a negative ad blitz by sending out a letter to customers to "set the record...

Apple Changes App Store Review Process

Apple may be feeling the Android heat. The company has changed the way it deals with iPhone app developers letting them now keep closer tabs on how their software is proceeding through Apple's strict App Store review process. Many see...

Windows 7 for Less: Where to Find Discounts

If you're still thinking about stepping to Windows 7, but are appalled by the usual pricing, you might want to check out some special deals now available from Microsoft and some of its retail partners. Each of these offers comes with...

The Internet’S First 40 Years: Top Ten Milestones

While 40 years in a person's lifetime is a very long time, the Internet -- which turned 40 today -- is really only getting started.

Google Adds Bing-Like 'Similar Images' Feature

Is Google playing catch-up to Microsoft's Bing? How's that for a role reversal!

Windows 7 is 'Restrictive' for Netbooks, Claims Linux Rival

Now that Windows 7 is out the door, Canonical -- the distributor of rival Linux-based operating system Ubuntu -- is eager to engage in "real head-to-head competition" with Microsoft, according to Ubuntu founder and CEO Mark...

Win 7 Upgrade Woes: Endless Reboots, Product Key Problems

Call it the legacy of Microsoft's Vista operating system. PC users upgrading from Windows Vista to Windows 7 have run into a variety of hair pulling problems since last Thursday when Windows 7 launched. Complaints range from endless...

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