DoD telehealth center releases app for mental health; BlackBerry PlayBook SDK features imaging app;

> The National Center for Telehealth and Technology, one of the military's Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury, has developed a free smartphone app for service members and veterans to track their mental health. Blog

> The public launch of the BlackBerry Tablet OS software development kit for Adobe AIR featured Client Outlook's eUnity, a medical imaging viewer for the forthcoming BlackBerry PlayBook. News brief

> Detroit Medical Center has released an Android app displaying ED waiting times at its hospitals. Press release

> RDT, a Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based maker of telemedicine technology for marine, airborne and remote land sites, won a yachting award for Tempus IC, a portable monitor that transmits vital signs from boat to land-based physicians. Press release

And Finally... Mt. Everest is now a mobile hot spot. Article

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