Monitoring your health on the iPhone

June 3, 2008
pt360 Tool Suite (PacketTrap Networks)
IT World Canada
Dave Webb takes a look at PacketTrap’s pt360 Tool Suite product.

“PacketTrap’s pt360 Tool Suite combines a number of network analysis, monitoring and management functions into a single interface and dashboard. Among the tools offered are port scans, ping scans, SNMP scans, a syslog server, MAC address scan, configuration management, network inventory and mapping and more. There are two versions: the free version includes a 21-day trial of the pro version. After three weeks, you still get the functionality of the free version whether you’ve upgraded to pt360 Tool Suite Pro or not.”

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Blockbuster thinks you’ll drive to a store to download a movie?
Mike Masnick writes about a new movie download kiosk that may soon find its way to Blockbuster stores.

“New (Blockbuster) Chairman and CEO James Keyes…spent time at the company’s recent shareholder meeting to unveil and talk up the possibilities of a special movie download kiosk that can be placed in stores. But the concept of in-store kiosks for digital content has been around for over 20 years, and shows up like clockwork every two years or so — and fails miserably every time. People just aren’t interested — especially when they have the best, most useful ‘kiosk’ they could ever need at their home in the form of their computer.”

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A.D.A.M. Sympton Navigator helps you make informed medical decisions with your iPhone
Matthew Miller details a new third party Web application that will be made available for Apple’s iPhone later this summer.

“A.D.A.M. Inc. announced the A.D.A.M. Symptom Navigator web application. This interactive tool lets iPhone users match medical symptoms with relevant assessments and appropriate treatments. The tool can help you decide if you can treat yourself for minor issues or if you need to see a doctor. Visit on your iPhone to use this new tool. The Symptom Navigator takes advantage of the touch display on the iPhone and you can tap on the image of a body to designate where the pain is being felt.”

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