Survey says docs prefer iPhones; Restaurant health inspectors carry tablets;

> A new, unscientific survey suggests that clinicians prefer iPhones to other brands of smartphones. We bet the folks at Research in Motion will beg to differ. Blog post

> Windows Mobile isn't going away anytime soon, as evidenced by this software to help track the H1N1 virus in India. News brief

> Wi-Fi may be a mature technology now, but it seems to have a bright future in an emerging "revolution" of 3-D healthcare interaction. Article

> Intel and Clear Wireless have donated laptops and wireless Internet service for home health nurses at Virginia Garcia Medical Center in Oregon. News brief

> Food safety inspectors in Philadelphia are now carrying Fujitsu pen tablets to reference city code and track the safety history of individual restaurants. Article

> A startup maker of personal monitoring devices has set up shop at a fledgling nanotechnology business incubator at UCLA. Article

> Mobile software developer Agilis has started a healthcare division. Press release

And Finally... There goes the neighborhood? Article

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