Round-up: Secure BlackBerrys; Lifespan EMR

By Brian Dolan
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BoxTone and Wallace Wireless announced plans to help the public sector, public safety and health care companies tighten the security for their BlackBerry platforms.

Chicken before egg: Lifespan looks to create EMRs that will hook up to its medical device peripherals.

ZDNet wonders if new NCHIT David Blumenthal thinks of "open" as in "Google open" or as in "iPhone open" when he refers to an open "platform approach" for EMRs

Netbooks powered by ARM processors are on the way--some running Google's Android operating system.

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NASA astronaut Scott Kelly checks out the Microsoft HoloLens aboard a space station on February 20, 2016. The device is part of NASA's project Sidekick, which is exploring the use of augmented reality to reduce crew training requirements and increase the efficiency with which astronauts can work in space. (Photo by NASA via Getty Images)