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Cellphone Users Risk Brain Tumors: Study; Long-term cell phone users face a higher risk of developing brain tumors later in life, researchers in Britain warn.
October 24, 2009 ... LONDON, Oct. 24 (UPI) -- Long-term cell phone users face a higher risk of developing brain tumors later in life, researchers in Britain warn. The risks were identified in a landmark decade-long study by the World Health Organization, The...

Tellabs To Acquire WiChorus For $165 Million; Mobile packet core technology from WiChorus promises to smooth the way toward Long-Term Evolution.
October 24, 2009 ... With several mobile network architectures converging on the Long-Term Evolution standard (LTE), Tellabs is moving to tie them all together by acquiring start-up WiChorus and its mobile packet core technology. Tellabs, already prominent in...

This Week In Healthcare Information Technology: Oct. 18 - 24; Our roundup of InformationWeek's healthcare IT coverage includes federal CTO Aneesh Chopra on cost savings, GE's handheld ultrasound device, government prep work for stimulus funding, and a look at healthcare IT job opportunities.
October 24, 2009 ... Byline: Marianne McGee, Mitch Wagner, and J. Nicholas Hoover GE Intros Handheld Ultrasound If you had any doubts that the future belongs to mobile network-capable devices, look no further than General Electric. At the Web 2.0...

Two Silicon Valley Engineers On Trial For Espionage; Two engineers in California went on trial this week on charges they were economic spies for the Chinese government.
October 24, 2009 ... SAN JOSE, Calif., Oct. 23 (UPI) -- Two engineers in California went on trial this week on charges they were economic spies for the Chinese government. Lan Lee, 44, and Yuefei Ge, 36, allegedly stole trade secrets from NetLogic...

How To Install Microsoft Windows 7; Say goodbye to Vista and XP, and let us walk you through the installation of your new operating system, step-by-step.
October 24, 2009 ... Microsoft's long-awaited successor to Vista -- Windows 7 is finally here. The long wait hasn't stopped early adopters all over the world from grabbing the beta, the release candidate and the RTM code. But if you're just getting your hands on...