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by Tim Stiffler-Dean
Jun 13, 2011
Cell radios and carriers can be very confusing sometimes. Rather than sitting in the dark any longer, though, user Jim Amos decided to ask our community to help him figure out the differences...
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by Riz Parvez
Dec 20, 2010
With the unfortunate and oddly-timed announcement that Epocrates will be ceasing to support webOS early next year, individual healthcare practitioners as well as enterprise managers in hospital...
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by Dieter Bohn
Dec 07, 2010
Epocrates users on webOS are currently getting the announcement via email: the medical app is pulling out of webOS. They'll give you one last update then pull the thing from the App Catalog in...
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by Riz Parvez
Mar 03, 2010
A few months ago you may remember my Real Review of Lexi-Comp beta for webOS. I concluded then that the app (which was a major leap forward in medical software on webOS) was exceptionally good...
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by Derek Kessler
Feb 24, 2010
Yesterday brought some beefy new apps to the App Catalog. While we got the standard smattering of updates and cruft apps, there are some gems in there that I feel obligated to point out. First...
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by Dieter Bohn
Feb 23, 2010
We've heard through the grapevine that Epocrates is coming to webOS and apparently it won't be too long until it lands. The company has a sign-up form where you can get notified when it's...
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by Derek Kessler
Feb 13, 2010
Attention doctors: Feel like getting your medicine on? webOS is here to help, with two new apps arriving recently in the Palm App Catalog to assist you with your doctorly needs. First up is PEPID...
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by Robert Werlinger
Jan 30, 2010
When Epocrates entered usability testing last month, there was a collective sigh of relief amongst the medical professional contingent that the highly useful (and sometimes even required) medical...
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by Robert Werlinger
Dec 05, 2009
There's good news for the medical professionals among you that have been waiting for Epocrates to release a native webOS client, as it looks like development is going full steam ahead. Epocrates...