News 1/11/10

Voalte

Voalte announces nationwide availability of One iPhone application. According to the Company, the enterprise iPhone application is the first to consolidate voice, alarm, and text functions onto a single platform.

Mayo Clinic and DoApps, Inc. launch new development company, mRemedy, to build and distribute smartphone apps based on Mayo research. Mayo Clinic Mediation iPhone app is the first solution released by mRemedy. The application, based on a series of DVDs developed by Dr. Amit Sood, provides meditation instruction.

IQmax unveils patient-centric health information exchange (HIE). Expect to see more of this from IQmax as well as other vendors with systems integration competencies looking to participate in the ARRA/HITECH land grab.

Verizon Wireless

Palm Pre and Pixi available from Verizon Wireless beginning January 25th.

Intel AppUp

Intel launches AppUp store for netbook apps. The beta store will support applications for both Microsoft Windows and the open source Moblin operating systems. Intel and its partners expect to expand the store to include handheld CE devices, smartphones, consumer electronic appliances, TVs and other devices.

Finally, an interesting story about how malaria researchers in Uganda use smartphones to solve data collection challenges.

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