Google unveils personal medical record service

Google unveils personal medical record service
ORLANDO, Florida (Reuters) – Google Inc has unveiled a plan to help U.S. patients gain control of their medical records and is working with doctors’ groups, pharmacies and labs to help them securely share sensitive health data.[Lees verder]

Microsoft cuts Vista prices to urge upgrades
SEATTLE (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp said on Thursday it plans to cut prices of its Windows Vista operating system sold at retail outlets in a move aimed at pushing customers to switch to the newest version of Windows.[Lees verder]

Join the Beatles on Web video
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Help! Any Beatles fans who have struggled to learn to play guitar on “Revolution,” “A Hard Day’s Night” or other Fab Four megahits can now find assistance on the Web, while saving big bucks on private lessons.[Lees verder]

Web-based “quarterlife” canceled by NBC after flop
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – “Quarterlife,” the first Web-based drama to air on network television, has been canceled by NBC after a dismally rated first episode but will move to sister cable channel Bravo, people close to the show said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

EBay and MercExchange settle long legal fight
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – EBay Inc and MercExchange LLC have settled a long-running patent lawsuit, said eBay on Thursday, ending a fight that prompted a landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling.[Lees verder]

Swiss bank Baer defends Web site shutdown
ZURICH (Reuters) – Swiss bank Julius Baer defended on Thursday taking legal action to shut down a Web site that published what the site said were details of secret accounts linked to tax schemes.[Lees verder]

Google unveils personal medical record service
ORLANDO, Florida (Reuters) – Google Inc has unveiled a plan to help U.S. patients gain control of their medical records and is working with doctors’ groups, pharmacies and labs to help them securely share sensitive health data.[Lees verder]

Microsoft cuts Vista prices to urge upgrades
SEATTLE (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp said on Thursday it plans to cut prices of its Windows Vista operating system sold at retail outlets in a move aimed at pushing customers to switch to the newest version of Windows.[Lees verder]

Join the Beatles on Web video
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Help! Any Beatles fans who have struggled to learn to play guitar on “Revolution,” “A Hard Day’s Night” or other Fab Four megahits can now find assistance on the Web, while saving big bucks on private lessons.[Lees verder]

Web-based “quarterlife” canceled by NBC after flop
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – “Quarterlife,” the first Web-based drama to air on network television, has been canceled by NBC after a dismally rated first episode but will move to sister cable channel Bravo, people close to the show said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

EBay and MercExchange settle long legal fight
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – EBay Inc and MercExchange LLC have settled a long-running patent lawsuit, said eBay on Thursday, ending a fight that prompted a landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling.[Lees verder]

Swiss bank Baer defends Web site shutdown
ZURICH (Reuters) – Swiss bank Julius Baer defended on Thursday taking legal action to shut down a Web site that published what the site said were details of secret accounts linked to tax schemes.[Lees verder]