Let’s face it. Most smartphones and tablets simply aren’t designed to put up with a hard day at work with a good chance of being dropped or rained on. Untimely accidental breakage of a device you or your people need to do their jobs results in office frustration, unhappy field workers and angry customers who are kept… Read More »
$6.30 doesn’t sound like much. Well, not until you multiply it by 2.5 billion people. That dollar amount is what Google earns on average per year for each and every Internet user, excluding China. What’s their growth plan? Consider emerging markets and low-cost smartphones powered by operating systems like Android. With approximately 7.14 billion people… Read More »
Step aside Glass. Pivothead has you in their sights! They don’t look as geeky, and can record full HD for 3 hours! A well engineered design that includes add-on options they call mods – for power and connectivity. In a word, nice. Check out the details on their Indiegogo campaign. It’s active through Dec 12 and… Read More »
The iPhone Dominates Mobile Web Traffic In The U.S. – Business Insider What is it that iPhones do that Androids don’t? That was a rhetorical question but feel free to comment.
messageQube. Send SMS to paper. Seems Simple enough. Great for elderly family and friends BUT also quite useful for businesses. Soooo many applications. Oh, Powered by Sprint! http://bit.ly/LWMQube #SprintEmployee