as in, it will give you cancer information. ha! did i scare you? so far major studies of the link between cancer and cell phone use are inconclusive. best to use a hands-free device just in case. they’re also good for when you’re driving or want to look crazy wandering zig-zaggedly down the street talking to yourself.
neXante’s Skin Cancer Surveillance Support Suite is available at the Apps store, each separate element for just a few bucks:
The neXante Skin Cancer Surveillance Support Suite comprises applications titled xBCC Skin, xSCC Skin, and xMM skin, respectively on Basal Cell Cancer, Squamous Cell Cancer, and Malignant Melanoma of the skin. Each application has neXante’s DermTracker, a customized electronic health record that not only tracks and stores images of the skin, but also allows for recording the diagnosis, pathology, and treatment of each skin lesion.
now if only the iPhone was available through anyone but AT&T. i mean, i have TMobile, which is pretty awful (but i can’t complain since i’m on a family plan!) – but just about everyone i know who has an iPhone is in a constant state of network searching; some have simply given up on making calls from rooms deep in the bellies of their apartment complexes. i mean really. in what decade are we living??