Skyscape introduces Android app; Toshiba debuts mobile and wireless call systems;

> Mobile healthcare reference publisher Skyscape has released its mobile clinical-decision software as an app for the Google Android operating system. Press release

> Toshiba has introduced a nurse-call system and an emergency-response system that support mobile and wireless communication devices. Article

> Internet broadcaster Modavox has hired Doctor's Digest publisher Jeannette Brandofino as managing director of Augme Mobile Health, a service that provides mobile interactive technology for pharmaceutical marketing. Press release

> British firm Wireless Healthcare has put up a demonstration site, www.alphadaughters.com, to demonstrate how family caregivers--often the daughter of an elderly parent--can benefit from various e-health applications on mobile devices. Press release

> AeroScout has installed its RFID real-time location system at an assisted-living facility in Australia so residents can call for help as needed and staff can find residents anywhere on the property. Press release

And Finally... Even the cops in Silicon Valley need the latest tech gadgets. Story

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