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QuickPlay Media has released PrimeTime2Go, a subscription-based Android app that not only allows you to watch TV shows over wifi, but also to use the phone as a DVR. (Edit: To clarify, shows must be downloaded over wifi, but no connection is needed to watch them after they're downloaded.) Oddly, the app is only available for Motorola's Android phones: Droid, Cliq, Cliq XT and Backflip.
VistA, the health record system created by the Veterans Administration long before the term “open source” was even in use, is still the most-important element in open source health IT.
But it’s far from the only one, according to a new analysis from Black Duck Software
Stion, a start-up that's been in stealth mode since its founding in 2006, is coming out of its shell. The company will likely release its first product-a copper indium gallium selenide (CIGS) solar module-in June, said CEO Chet Farris in an interview. Stion currently is in the final stages of certification for its CIGS module. It will then follow up in 2011 with a module made up of two separate modules mechanically sandwiched together: one of Stion's CIGS panels and another from the company made of solar cells containing chalcopyrite.
Josh Epstein of Advanced Electron Beams wrote a nice concise blog about current trends in the food and beverage business. Epstein’s remarks were triggered by AEB’s participation in two conferences: The Food Summit in Chicago and The Global Pouch Forum in Florida. I think Epstein’s right about the potential for growth in aseptic packaging, and there seems little doubt that new technologies for sterilization, including electron beam curing, will play a role.