Can smartphones lead to better health?; Blankenburg launches new mobile computing startup;

> The newly released 28th edition of the Red Book, a reference for pediatric infectious diseases, is the first available for mobile devices. Press release

> It's not just fitness fanatics, hypochondriacs and techie doctors who are finding smartphones useful in a healthy lifestyle, one veteran technology writer suggests. Column

> A former Microsoft high-tech consultant has started a new company to assist mobile software developers, particularly in healthcare. Press release

> From what we could discern from a poorly written announcement, we think "personal genome computing" on PDAs is here. Press release

And Finally... If you've got a nicotine craving, just fire up the iPhone and punch up a photo of a diseased lung. Website

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