Motorola Xooms itself in the foot?

I was pretty excited about the announcements before and during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona last week. Android was the star of the show, with many many manufacturers showing off hardware that uses the operating system. Forefront in the hype was the tablet-specific iteration, called Honeycomb that will be available on many of the […]

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Balloon animals

A quick apology to readers of this blog. I really enjoy writing here, but the past month has thrown up a number of challenges. One of these challenges is actually finding something interesting and, importantly, new, to write about. There are so many bloggers out there that I feel I would be doing you a […]

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DigiPharm Europe 2010 Pt 6

So here’s the penultimate part of this week-long series. Today I am focusing on the morning session of Day 2 of DigiPharm 2010 and the concluding blog post tomorrow will cover the afternoon session. I will not cover every presentation from Day 2, just the ones that had impact with the audience. Part 1 Part […]

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DigiPharm Europe 2010 Pt 5

Once more unto the DigiPharm breach. Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 6 Part 7 Building up to reportable adverse events When last we spoke, I covered patient community discussions. We now turn our attention to reportable adverse events and the Internet presented by Daniel Ghinn and Paul Grant. They start by […]

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DigiPharm Europe 2010 Pt 4

And to the next instalment of this series on DigiPharm Europe 2010. Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 5 Part 6 Part 7 When is a community not a community? The session entitled “Community management in Pharma” was presented by René Vvan den Bos and Erik Van der Zijden. They focused on mythical ailment […]

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BlackBerry PlayBook

So RIM have unveiled the BlackBerry PlayBook, which may give them some leverage in the market vs Apple. It’s the same size as the Galaxy Tab at 7″ and it has Flash support. As I mentioned in my previous post, confirmed it uses QNX operating system and it seems to have a decent spec. Its […]

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iPad+Hospitals=gimmick?

Reading yesterday about the 500 Graduate doctors, nurses and advanced practice nurses who will receive iPads got me to thinking whether this is is really a good idea. No doubt that iPads are the must-have device for surfing the internet whilst watching TV, training soldiers to shoot guns or babysitting toddlers, however is this the […]

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