GE tests pocket ultrasound; UnitedHealthcare puts provider network on iPhone;

> GE Healthcare is testing a pocket-sized ultrasound for physician offices and paramedics that wirelessly transmits images to a viewing screen. News brief

> UnitedHealthcare has made its nationwide list of physicians and healthcare facilities available through an iPhone app. Press release

> LibertyHealth, a two-hospital system in northeastern New Jersey, replaced an unstable wireless LAN with a single-channel "virtual cell" system from Meru Networks that's easily scalable. Press release

> Intamac, a British firm specializing in home networking and device management, is teaming up with networking hardware maker D-Link Systems to develop an IP hub for telecommunications companies and public utilities that, among other things, supports ZigBee wireless home health devices. Press release

And Finally... Even Fake Steve Jobs has issues with Apple's exclusive iPhone contract with AT&T. Blog

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