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  1. #1
    Dennis
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    Mobile phones and RIM BlackBerry PDA keep personal health records

    January, 2005 - UtrackSys.com LLC officially
    unveils the UTS Blood Pressure J2ME edition v. 1.0.2.

    The software allows tracking blood pressure and
    pulse on any Java-enabled mobile phone and on RIM
    BlackBerry PDA as well.

    UTS Blood Pressure J2ME edition offers you an
    outstanding set of benefits to track and to monitor
    your blood pressure:
    - Colored records will alert you if your blood
    pressure is normal, high or low.
    - Supply your readings with text notes and importance
    marks.
    - Interactive charts and diagrams will help you and
    your doctor analyze your blood pressure trend.
    - Summarized reports shows what was your blood pressure
    throughout day, week or month.
    - Your blood pressure and pulse statistics is always
    with you like your phone or PDA.

    The software costs $9.95 (USD) per copy. Free demo
    version and detailed user manual are available at
    http://utracksys.com/j2me

    * * * *
    Related links:

    UTS Blood Pressure J2ME edition - Info:
    http://utracksys.com/j2me
    UTS Blood Pressure J2ME edition - User Manual:
    http://utracksys.com/j2me/UTSBP_java_readme.pdf
    UTS Blood Pressure J2ME edition - Free trials:
    http://utracksys.com/download/#j2me
    Press Room:
    http://utracksys.com/press/

    Members of the press are invited to contact the company
    to receive review copies of software.

    * * * *
    About UTrackSys.com LLC:

    The company develops personal multipurpose tracking
    software for handheld devices and mobile phones.
    Well-known titles from the company include Universal
    Tracking System, UTS Blood Pressure, UTS Weight, and
    UTS Diabetes for Palm OS PDA. UTrackSys.com LLC also
    provides custom software development and outsourcing
    services for business and research projects.

    * * * *
    Contact person:
    Dennis Crane, Co-Founder
    UTrackSys.com, LLC
    dennis-at-utracksys.com
    http://www.utracksys.com






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  2. #2
    Evan Platt
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    Re: [ANN] Mobile phones and RIM BlackBerry PDA keep personal health records

    On Mon, 31 Jan 2005 18:06:22 +0400, "Dennis"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Mobile phones and RIM BlackBerry PDA keep personal health records



    Anyone else see this as SPAM?
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    To reply, remove TheObvious from my e-mail address.



  3. #3
    Dennis
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    Re: [ANN] Mobile phones and RIM BlackBerry PDA keep personal health records

    Hi Evan,

    Why do you think such announces are unacceptable here?

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    Regards,
    Dennis Crane






  4. #4
    Evan Platt
    Guest

    Re: [ANN] Mobile phones and RIM BlackBerry PDA keep personal health records

    On Mon, 31 Jan 2005 18:33:36 +0400, "Dennis"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Hi Evan,
    >
    >Why do you think such announces are unacceptable here?


    Well, if someone has posted here before, i..e helped out, answered
    some questions, and then posted, that's a tad different. But this is
    your first post here, and purely commercial.

    SPAM.

    And you also spammed misc.health.diabetes in May of last year, and
    were told it was spamming.

    Yet you do it again?
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    To reply, remove TheObvious from my e-mail address.



  5. #5
    Dennis
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    Re: [ANN] Mobile phones and RIM BlackBerry PDA keep personal health records

    Well, Evan, I'm canceled the message. Sorry.





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