Let us see on what are the latest improvement in the world of technology and what are the other things that a computer can be used to in, just like in this new regarding a plug and play ultrasound
The latest in ultrasound technology is now in the country with the introduction of SeeMore from the USA. Portable, lightweight and convenient, this breakthrough distributed by Panasian Medical Technologies, Inc. (PMT), takes advantage of the current plug-and-play computer systems and can be plugged directly into any laptop for easy, hassle-free use. With this newest development in ultrasound technology now available in the country, Filipino doctors and medical professionals can provide their patients with a more convenient, easily accessible ultrasound treatment.
SeeMore is the only USB cable-driven ultrasound device in the world, making it easier to transport. And because the technology has made for a compact, portable version of the ultrasound, it is also reasonably-priced, truly making ultrasound technology easily available to medical practitioners. “Our technology enables doctors to make on-the-spot ultrasound check ups and diagnoses for a variety of clinical purposes,” says Sedrick Hodgens, chief executive officer of PMT. This is because SeeMoreTM has different types of probes for different clinical applications. The General Purpose Abdominal Probe functions for the abdomen, uterus, bladder, and Focused Assessment by Sonography in Trauma (FAST) exam. The Endocavity Probe is for transrectal (prostate) and transvaginal (uterus and adnexa) applications, the Peripheral Imaging Probe is for vascular access, Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter (PICC) lines, nerve blocks and detection of foreign bodies,and the Ophthalmology Probe is for the posterior eye and retina.
Moreover, SeeMoreTM has an open architecture system. The probes, cables and laptop are all separate components so if any of it breaks, one can immediately replace the malfunctioning component.
source: manila bulletin
Arroyo points to bright prospects for BPO.
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“Let us have a Department of ICT,” Ms Arroyo said in her State of the Nation Address on Monday, after pointing out how the business process outsourcing sector had allowed the country to stay afloat amid huge drops in electronics exports.
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Gateway, a wholly owned subsidiary of Acer, Inc., is banking on the budding local Internet market to drive demand for its products amid the global slump. The country’s Internet penetration rate is only 14.6%.
“The Internet penetration in the country is not yet that mature, which presents opportunities for us. Also, there are still many untapped markets outside Metro Manila,” Dio S. Vasquez, product manager of Acer Philippines, said.
He said they expect to sell 70% of Gateway computers in Metro Manila and the rest in the provinces.
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Of course, I wouldn’t want to reveal her name (not unless she allowed me to do so). She’s handling a luxurious condominium project in Fort Bonifacio. She’s doing pretty well at executing our lessons and I trust that she’ll be able to make it bigger upon completion of her Master Class.
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When designing Windows Vista, Microsoft put a lot of effort into taking advantage of sophisticated computer hardware, with fancy graphics on the surface and lots of new processing tricks inside. Microsoft says this positioned the operating system for the future, despite the complaining of many users who grumble that Vista has bogged down their computers with unneeded frills and incompatibilities.
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The predictions, the company said, is based on market and societal trends expected to transform the lives of people, as well as emerging technologies from IBM’s Labs around the world that can make the innovations possible.
“These technologies are in different stages of development right now, and the work done in IBM labs all over the world contributes to making these trends into reality,” said Lope Doromal, chief technologist at IBM Philippines, said in a statement.
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