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Dr. Dan Diamond takes iPhone into the exam room, where he uses it to educate patients — and practice better medicine.Dr. Diamond is a family physician in Silverdale, Washington and he also has his own consulting company called Powerdyme.
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Opera Mobile 10 beta works on Nokia, Samsung, and Sony Ericsson smartphones running Symbian/S60, 3rd edition FP1 and FP2 & 5th edition.http://www.opera.com/mobile
Opera Mobile 10 beta works on both Classic and Professional editions of Windows Mobile 6.5, Windows Mobile 6.1, Windows Mobile 6.0 and on Windows Mobile 5 Pocket PC.
We have determined that the plastic covers of the affected chargers could come loose and separate, exposing the charger’s internal components and potentially posing an electric shock hazard if certain internal components are touched while the charger is plugged into a live socket.Click here for more information about the charger recall
• Web Exclusives - breaking news with full editorial coverage not available in printSo, if you're an iPhone user, you'll probably find this to be a nice, handy free app. If you don't have an iPhone, maybe you have an iPod touch. Requires iPhone OS 3.0 or later.
• Video - posted by our own editorial staff, plus feeds from various media outlets
• Podcast - including specialty coverage, events and debates on topics critical to healthcare professionals as well as audio presentation of our top stories
• Conference 360 - Live updates and daily on-site conference coverage, with recap archives available in all specialties.
• Convenient and quick portable access on your iPhone or iPod TouchThis is a subscription-based service, so you should plan to budget $40/year to keep this app running. $40/year really isn't too bad, but if you're considering other software bundles, do your research before you start buying each one. You may find some redundancies if you get several different drug reference guides.
• Contains expanded drug coverage from the Deluxe Edition of the Print Pocket Pharmacopoeia®
• Continuous drug updates.
• A fully integrated tool for multiple drug interaction checking
• 47 invaluable drug reference tables and 15 dynamic calculators
• Extensive pediatric drug dosing
• Complete privacy. We never sell your personal data or product use patterns.
• 12 month subscription $39.99
* Wants to stop use of "misleading" maps in Verizon adsNEW YORK, Nov 3 (Reuters) - AT&T Inc (T.N) is suing Verizon Wireless in an effort to stop its bigger mobile rival from using "misleading" coverage maps in advertisements that AT&T says are causing it to lose "incalculable market share."
* Says ads are causing "incalculable" market share loss
* AT&T asks for temporary restraining order
* Verizon Wireless says suit without merit (Adds Verizon Wireless comment, detail from suit, background)
All – We’re aware of the current service disruption. Our rapid response teams have been mobilized to restore service as quickly as possible.The most recent tweet was:
We’re making good progress restoring voice and messaging service to affected customers...UPDATE 11/03/2009 6:00 PM PST:
The name "X3" hasn't been 100% confirmed. Some reports say it may have been changed to "X10" or the " Infinity". In any case, the code-name is definitely "Rachael".Regardless of what this phone is called, the Sony Xperia X3 looks like it's going to be a really nice smartphone. As we see more medical apps for Android emerge, I think we're going to see a massive movement of medical students, residents, and attending physicians using Android-powered smartphones in the clinical setting.