On Wednesday Medtronic Inc. announced that the issues highlighted in the two warning letters from the Food and Drug Administration regarding their facilities in Mounds View and Juncos, Puerto Rico have been resolved. The resolution of these issues means that critical medical devices produced in these plants can now be made ready for introduction into the United States market.
Dishonest businessmen and scam artists are becoming more and more secretive and complex in their ways of committing fraud against taxpayer-funded Medicare and Medicaid. In one example, a man would enter apartments in Delaware and ask to speak with elderly residents in order to “educate” them on the different types of medical equipment available to them.
As per sources, Android has been termed as the top smartphone platform in Q4 2010; however a new report from Gartner is disputing the claim.
Gartner states that with the help of Symbian-based products by Fujitsu and Sharp, and legacy products from Sony Ericsson and Samsung, Symbian had barely edged out Android.
Gowalla, a location-based social networking service, is skilfully gathering information from different sources to update new features into its site, so as to induce more consumers towards it.
Google is reportedly said to have made an update on the stable branch of its Chrome browser to version 9. This update would bring up several added features which all the Chrome beta users have now been enjoying for several months, which comprise of the Chrome Instant, WebGL support and access to the Chrome Web Store.
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