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April 27, 2015 By Spectrum Software Solutions


Recorder app to record dictations, speech, or audio and also collect or enter associated text details such a patient names or project...

January 12, 2008 by

Google Earth for the body

This is the expression used by an IBM researcher to describe the software he developed for visualizing electronic health records (eHRs) in 3-D. In a long article, IEEE Spectrum describes the IBM's Anatomic and Symbolic Mapper Engine (ASME), which maps the information in a patient's eHR to a 3-D image of the human body. When a doctor clicks on a particular part of the image, the patient's eHR is used to retrieve specific information such as lab entries or other medical images. The software is still in beta testing with the help of two hospitals in Denmark. A commercial version might become available by the end of 2008. But read more...

May 7, 2007 by

JavaFX takes center stage at JavaOne (updated)

Sun is set to shake up the world of software development with the unveiling of JavaFX, a new product family that will cover a complete spectrum of development from the desktop to the Web to mobile devices. Formerly referred to by the codename "F3", JavaFX Script and the JavaFX platform will rejuvinate the Java development community and place it squarely in the path of Adobe Flex and Microsoft Silverlight. NetBeans and Eclipse plug-ins are now available for developers.

May 5, 2006 by

Wireless LAN surveys on the cheap

Following up in our series on Wireless LAN networking, we have two more articles showing you how to do Spectrum management and Wireless LAN site surveys on the cheap. Our TechRepublic contributor/blogger Justin James even pitched in with an Excel Macro tool/report to help crunch the numbers from the free NetStumbler software.

January 27, 2015 By Spectrum Software Solutions

iMyEvents Lite

Reminder application helps to remind you of the special occasions of a persons life and send automatic messages for you. This will...

February 7, 2006 by

Virtual wall-to-wall flip charts

Demo 2006: Polyvision showed Thunder Virtual Flipchart System. It’s designed to share large amounts of information--at the other end of the spectrum from Web conferencing software like WebEx.

February 6, 2006 by

EMC gets serious about small-business storage

Long dominant in the enterprise data industry, EMC now has its sights set at the other end of the storage spectrum and is going after the storage market for small and medium sized organisations. The company on Monday launched EMC Insignia, a new brand of hardware and software products aimed squarely at small- and medium-sized businesses.

April 26, 2014 By Spectrum Software, Inc.

Create Photo Calendars

Now upload your iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad photos to your online Create Photo Calendar projects. Simply select the photos you wish to add...

September 20, 2005 by

AirMagnet Spectrum Analyzer

If you need to diagnose Wi-Fi interference problems, the AirMagnet Spectrum Analyzer will do the job. But it's a shame that the company has not created better software to go with its excellent PC Card hardware.

June 13, 2005

Wireless heats up

All things wireless have been in the spotlight in recent months as several manufacturers and software makers vie to own a bigger spectrum of the wireless space.

January 26, 2004 by

IBM Playing to a Symphony

Recently, IBM announced Project Symphony, its on demand initiative for automation. There are multiple parts to Symphony, including automation technology and a spectrum of sourcing (from software purchase through full outsourcing).

March 19, 2002 by

Software to ease cell congestion

New software meant to help wireless carriers create room on their networks for more calls will get its first U.S. test by AT&T Wireless, the company announced Monday. AT&T Wireless Chief Technology Officer Rob Nelson said at the CTIA Wireless 2002 trade show here that the company will use the software, known as AMR, to help find paths for voice calls through areas of overworked spectrum. The software will be installed on the new network that AT&T Wireless began building last year, which uses the cell phone standard known as GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications). The handsets that contain AMR will be available by the end of the year, Nelson said, and will be manufactured by most of the leading handset suppliers the carrier uses. --Ben Charny, Special to ZDNet News

October 26, 1998 by

Games that improve your health

Click Health, developer of interactive health software on PC and Super Nintendo, claimed today that clinical trials using its software has proven that video games can in fact improve your health. The company has three titles, each which target a certain ailment or health spectrum.


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