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Category Archives: Mobile Technology
Location-based Services and Local Targeted Marketing Using Mobile Technology is Topic of 8/16 Mobile Monday Michigan Meeting
The event will be held on Monday, August 16th from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. at Ann Arbor SPARK located at 330 E. Liberty Street in Ann Arbor. Attendance at this event is Free, and those interested in attending may register … Continue reading
Mobile Monday – MI Networking Meeting Date: Monday, August 16, 2010 Time: 6:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. – Networking 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. – Program Presentation 8:00 p.m. – ? – Networking Location: Connor O’Neills, 318 S. … Continue reading
Watch a fascinating demonstration, provided by the CTIA, of an application designed for smartphones that uses recognition technology to identify objects for visually impaired or blind wireless users, and then “tells” the user what the object is. It can even … Continue reading
By ROLFE WINKLER, Wall Street Journal R2-D2 got Luke Skywalker out of plenty of scrapes. To get its stock back to 2007 levels, Motorola needs its Droid to ride to the rescue. While the line of smartphones—named after George Lucas’s … Continue reading
Mobility is simultaneously the most exciting and disquieting trait of the mobile software movement. As the Ann Arbor region’s budding mobile software industry takes root, a key challenge is immediately obvious: These are companies that Ann Arbor can carefully nurture … Continue reading
About The Show CTIA (The Wireless Association) has re-branded its Fall show to CTIA Enterprise & Applications™ to reflect the evolution of the industry and growing use of mobile technology in business. Building on the success of the show’s legacy, the event … Continue reading
ComScore Study Shows Increasing Mobile Use by Consumers; Time for Business to Start Reaching Them Via Mobile
comScore recently released its’ latest report about Mobile Phone subscribers; which phones they’re buying, which carriers they’re using, and which functions they are using on their phones. Those firms who are still deciding whether or not they should be taking … Continue reading