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España implantó por vez primera su iniciativa de la Historia Clínica Electrónica (ICE) en Andalucía, donde ya es una realidad para 8 millones de personas. Esta estrategia se amplió a otras Comunidades Autónomas, encontrándose, actualmente, las historias clínicas de las diferentes Comunidades integradas a nivel nacional. En 2010, más del 95 por ciento de los médicos de Atención Primaria de toda España recurrieron a la Historia Clínica Electrónica.
(AP) -- The Navy has launched a new communications satellite after two weather-related scrubs last week.
(AP) -- T-Mobile USA on Thursday said it will revamp its wireless data network this year, with the side effect of making it compatible with iPhones and some other smartphones sold by competing carriers.
Google Inc. has sent an ever-clearer signal that it could be bringing a TV service to the Kansas City market.
The future of webOS - the innovative mobile software that three successive CEOs at Hewlett-Packard have struggled to make into a profitable product - may lie somewhere in the windowless rooms of a Stanford Medical School radiology lab.
The Metro Ethernet Forum's Carrier Ethernet 2 will allow carriers to more easily manage and share Ethernet traffic
Washington budget agreement could ward off congestion and aid innovation.
Medical electronics researchers showed advances in self-propelled implants and body area networks at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference.
There is only one way to build an effective Active Antenna System (AAS) according to Ubidyne that will be featuring its LTE 700MHz uB700 and 900MHz uB900 Antenna Embedded Radios at this months Mobile World Congress 2012. While there are multiple AAS architectures, Ubidyne believes it is vital to have one transceiver or M-Radio per antenna radiator. This means that an antenna with 16 radiators - or eight cross polar radiators - will also have 16 transceivers.
The first integrated voltage regulators can be located on the bottom of a 3-D chip stack, according researchers at IBM and Columbia University, who recently demonstrated a silicon interposer containing the necessary magnetic inductors at the International Solid State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) in work funded by Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC) and the U.S. Department of Energy.