Getting the Most Out of Your iPhone
Check out these suggestions on how to maximize battery life and up-time and other tips and tricks to help you get maximum performance from your iPhone.
8 Best Smartphones for MDs
Now is a great time to buy a smartphone. Powerful devices, better plans, and advanced applications boost productivity and let the busy physician stay more in tune with his or her practice. Here are eight highly recommended smartphones for the enterprising physician.
HCPLive.com Blog Spotlight - Is Motorola's Droid the Best Bet for Docs?
More on Smartphones from the MoBlog.
Are Subsidized Netbooks the Answer to Lower IT Costs?
If you've been intrigued by those ads for $300 netbooks touted by AT&T and Verizon Wireless, here's the information you need to know before buying.
Windows Mobile 6.5: Worth it?
If you're running your practice or business with smartphones using software from Microsoft, I'd seriously recommend upgrading to the latest version: Windows Mobile 6.5. Your fingers will be glad you did.
Motorola's 'Droid' A Doc's Best Bet
For Verizon Wireless customers, the new Motorola Droid just became the best smartphone option for you
Sprint Ups the Value Proposition with 'Any Mobile, Anytime'
Sprint has started a new promotion whereby any subscriber paying at least $70 per month will now have unlimited calling minutes to any mobile phone on any network. Is this plan for you?
AT&T's MicroCell Can Help Improve Indoor Coverage
Do you have poor cellular reception or coverage at your office? If so, the MicroCell from AT&T can help. It effectively provides 5 full bars of coverage in any small office.
Will Motorola's CLIQ Click with Healthcare?
Motorola recently announced a new smartphone that targets users of social networks. It uses Google's Android operating system and brings newfound powers to mobile devices.
MDs Get More iPhone Apps
Even if you're tired of combing through the iPhone App Store's 75,000+ applications for something that might help around the office, Webahn has two more for you.
What's to Know about WiMax?
Sprint has launched its mobile WiMax services in Atlanta, Baltimore, Las Vegas and Portland, Ore. What is WiMax, and why is it important to you?
"Death By Cellphone" Campaign Kicked Off in Florida
Hopefully when you or your mobile employees are behind the wheel of a car, you refrain from using your cellphone.
US Government May Shake Up Wireless Telcos
The US government has formed a group to explore the exclusive deals that exist between wireless network operators and handset manufacturers. The fear is that the massive power wielded by the wireless providers is hindering choice.
Latest BlackBerry Worth the Wait
If you've been pining for a new BlackBerry, the Tour—available from both Sprint and Verizon Wireless—is a sold 'Berry that will get you through the work day both in the US and abroad.
What Does Google's Chrome OS Mean for Healthcare?
Google dropped a pretty big bomb when it announced a new operating system for computers called Chrome OS. Will Chrome have any impact on healthcare?
T-Mobile Announces New Android Phone
T-Mobile USA has announced its second Android-based smartphone, the myTouch 3G with Google. How does it compare to the current crop of smartphones?
How Does The New Palm Pre Stack Up?
This weekend, the most anticipated smartphone of 2009 goes on sale at Sprint and Best Buy stores nationwide. Is it worth lining up for?
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