The Unwired Medic

Teaching EMS providers & other public safety pros about using mobile tech to improve their practice, patient care, continuing education, scene safety, general entertainment, & productivity.

November 2, 2018
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Verizon’s Palm Device – Redundant or Boon?

So, it’s not really a phone that makes calls, texts, runs Android with a full suite of apps, has a 12MP camera, runs social media, does voice commands, plays media, can run without your regular phone, but syncs with it … Continue reading

June 8, 2012
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Emergency Response Guide 2012 Now Available

Emergency Response Guidebook – 2012 edition – image by PHMSA It has finally been released… The 2012 edition of the Emergency Response Guide, that orange book that is required to be placed in every emergency vehicle in the country.  The … Continue reading

April 28, 2012
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What’s On My Android Phone?

I’m quite experienced on Android phones and hacking them too, so I can point you to many resources if you want to make your phone do more than the phone carrier you are using sticks you with (and believe me … Continue reading

March 15, 2012
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What’s On My Blackberry?

I have a government issued Crack Blackberry Bold to go along with my personal Android. I’m already on my second Blackberry (a Verizon Blackberry Bold 9650), as the first one issued to me, brand-new, out-of-the-box, absolutely wouldn’t run more than … Continue reading