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Latest Blog Posts for Medical Smartphones

  • Apple announces ResearchKit
    on Mar 9, 2015
    Apple is making it easier than ever for anyone to participate in medical research.Hundreds of millions of people around the world have an iPhone in their pocket. Each one is equipped with powerful processors and advanced sensors that can track moveme...
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 4 could be the ideal phablet for medical students
    on Dec 28, 2014
    The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 may be the ideal "phablet" for medical students who are often busy scribbling notes while standing. Maybe I'm from a different era, but I still rely heavily on using a pen. In fact, it still amazes me that other manufacturer...
  • Which iOS app will effectively block "Unknown" callers?
    on Dec 21, 2014
    Lately, some people may have seen an increase of SPAM calls from "Unknown" numbers. You can't easily block these calls since your phone does not recognize a specific phone # to block. Your mobile carrier may be able to block these "Unknown" callers,...
  • Apple Health app in iOS 8
    on Oct 3, 2014
    I've upgraded to iOS 8 on my iPhone and I'm now experiencing the new Apple Health app. I'm feeding it with health and fitness data from MapMyRun, MyFitnessPal, and Jawbone UP. Someday, I wonder if the consumer side of health IT interoperability will...
  • Opioid REMS-compliant education on your mobile device
    on Sep 5, 2014
    The FDA has required a REMS for extended-release and long-acting (ER/LA) opioid analgesics.Misuse and abuse of opioids has grown to be a serious public health concern about addiction, overdose, and death. REMS-compliant training is a critical compone...
  • The next iPhone will get announced on Sept 9
    on Aug 5, 2014
    Since the rumors are everywhere, I'm just going to add to it. Sounds like Apple is going to announce the iPhone 6 on Sept 9. The next iPhone may come with a larger screen to keep up with all the larger Android smartphones out there.So what is the ide...
  • Jawbone UP mobile app adding greater functionality as a health management tool
    on Jul 24, 2014
    The Jawbone UP mobile app has been adding greater functionality as a health management tool. The UP isn't just there to track your physical activity and sleep. Now, it's easier to log your meals and snacks. Plus, UP integrates with the UP Coffee app...
  • Phone, Phablet, or Tablet? It's all about the pen.
    on Jun 11, 2014
    These days, everyone seems to be replacing their smartphone every 2-3 yrs. As people consider upgrades, they're often wondering if they should get a phone or phablet. A mobile device that has a screen size between 5.1 and 6.9" is generally considered...
  • Samsung GALAXY S5
    on Apr 15, 2014 in Samsung
    The Samsung GALAXY S5 is the latest flagship smartphone that Samsung has released into the market. I'm still an iPhone user, but if I had to purchase an Android smartphone today, I'd get the S5.It features a unique battery-saving feature (the screen...
  • Qualcomm acquires PalmOS from HP
    on Jan 25, 2014 in HP palm Qualcomm webOS
    Earlier this week, we heard that Qualcomm acquired PalmOS from HP. I had a Palm Pilot. I still have a few PDAs and smartphones in my personal museum that run various versions of PalmOS. Then, we had WebOS. LG now has WebOS running on some of their te...
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