Brian Buntz

When Materials Choices Are Not Intuitive

Posted in by Brian Buntz on October 23, 2014
The look and feel of technology is evolving at a breathtaking clip. Consider how far we have come: it wasn’t long ago that most desktop computers were colored in an unimaginative shade of gray. Early cell phones, too, were roughly the same color and roughly the size of a brick.Now picture the iPad... Continue

How Wearables Could Change the Life Sciences and Medtech

Posted in by Brian Buntz on October 21, 2014
Despite the hype, wearables are poised to make good on their promise to have substantial influence on society and business, according to a new report from PwC. Consumers seem to be excited by the potential of wearables, regardless of the fact that just only one in five people in the United States ow... Continue

3. Barriers to Innovation

Posted by Brian Buntz on October 20, 2014
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5 Factors That Could Cost Medtech $34B by 2020

Posted in by Brian Buntz on October 20, 2014
5 Factors That Could Cost Medtech $34B by 2020The big uptick in medtech megamergers is just the beginning of a profound set of changes facing the medical device industry, according to a new report from ATKearney. The industry’s profit margins are set to fall drastically, falling nine points from 2... Continue

5 Highlights of BIOMEDevice San Jose

Posted in by Brian Buntz on October 16, 2014
Wireless technology for medical devices will be in the spotlight again at BIOMEDevice San Jose, held December 3–4. In addition, the conference portion of the event will tackle topics such as consumerization, mHealth, 3-D printing, and the Internet of Things.1. Consumer Technology's Influence on Me... Continue