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Premier Offering Hospitals New Mobile Technology To Improve Obstetric Care

9/20/2009
Premier Healthcare Alliance is offering its hospital members, AirStrip OB, which provides obstetricians and nurses with real-time, remote access to fetal and maternal waveform data, such as fetal heart rate and maternal contractions. Find out how the technology interacts with cell phones.

How Safe Is Your Cell Phone? Get Its Grade Right Here

9/15/2009
In the most exhaustive study of its kind, a government watchdog group released a list that ranks cell phones in terms of radiation. See where your device ranks. Find out how to lower your exposure to cellphone radiation. And get the latest on the cancer-cellphone debate that just won't go away.

iPass Offers BlackBerry WiFi Support For The Enterprise

9/15/2009
Claiming an industry first, WiFi connectivity aggregator iPass has released a software client for BlackBerry devices that provides enterprise users of the smartphone with access to nearly 140,000 WiFi hotspots worldwide. Find out how the technology works and which BlackBerry devices are supported here.

Is This Your Brain On A Cellphone? The Cancer Debate Continues

9/8/2009
The ongoing controversy about a potential connection between brain cancer and cell phones is revived after a new study raises fresh concerns (and leaves mobile device users wondering yet again). Find out some of the study's key recommendations for avoiding health risks.
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Less than one decade ago, smartphones and tablets changed workplace technology—virtually overnight. IT lost "control" and users became decision makers. Is it any wonder we are still trying to figure things out, and that the question of  "who owns mobility" remains? This research examines the current state of mobility in an attempt to answer that question.