Craig Mundie, chief research and strategy officer at Microsoft, on Friday suggested that in the near future computer printers may be able to deliver simple medications and help advance a more personalized model of health care, PC World reports. Speaking at a conference in Jakarta, Indonesia, Mundie noted that, rather than having ink, the printers would be able to dispense different medications from their ink cartridges. Then, he said, drug tablets could be pulled off of printed sheets similar to mailing labels. Mundie also hypothesized about uses for a mobile phone containing breath analysis technology that could detect diseases, chemical imbalances or other problems based on a person's breath. Although such technologies are not currently available, Mundie suggests that Microsoft's technology sector is poised to develop new ways to improve the rapidly advancing health care market (Nystedt, PC World, 5/9/08).