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    The iPhone 3GS Perfected for Business

    The iPhone 3GS Perfected for Business
    Sure, the iPhone has got to be one of the most awesome personal tech gadgets ever invented, but “experts” have always argued against using it as a business tool. Fortunately, that is no longer the case. Apple has updated both the iPhone and its operating system, making the 3GS perfect for business use. The Phone The iPhone 3GS is the newest ...
    Published about 8 years ago | Rate This
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    Apple Kills itunes Sync for Palm Pre

    Apple Kills itunes Sync for Palm Pre
    Leave it to Apple to rain on everyone's parade Apple doesn't take kindly to would-be usurpers to its status of the highest tech (and bestselling) smart phone on the market. It has threatened to take legal action against those who violate its mobile multi-touch patent that it was awarded. Now it has taken action to try to kill the potential of ...
    Published about 8 years ago | Rate This
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    What Can VoIP Do?

    What Can VoIP Do?
    Many businesses make the jump to VoIP for the savings, then fail to take full advantage of the enhanced functions these increasingly versatile platforms offer. Here’s a look at four VoIP features that can help boost productivity and make a small company boom. Unified Messaging Unified messaging means one-stop access to voice mail and e-mail: E-mails can be translated to voice ...
    Published about 8 years ago | Rate This
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    Business Apps for the IPhone

    Business Apps for the IPhone
    New iPhone apps can expand your mobile office. With the latest version of the iPhone operating system, you can now download third party productivity applications to your iPhone and enhance your productivity, even when you’re out of the office. With an iPhone, several productivity applications, and a secure, well supported IT network back at the office, you can be productive anywhere ...
    Published about 8 years ago | Rated: +5
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    Google Voice App Rejected by Apple, AT&T

    Google Voice App Rejected by Apple, AT&T
    Last week Google announced the release of its Latitude web application for Apple's iPhone. During the release, Google revealed that it had previously developed a full version application for the iPhone, but had been rejected over Apple's concerns that the app would be "too similar" to Maps on the iPhone. Many were unhappy with this ruling because they wanted to use ...
    Published about 8 years ago | Rate This
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    Ballmer: New Windows Phones Launching October 6th

    Ballmer: New Windows Phones Launching October 6th
    IPhone users have been enjoying the app store and access to all sorts of programs for over a year now. With the success of the Apple App Store, most all other providers are bringing their own offerings to market as well. Word that Microsoft would be unveiling its own app store for Windows Mobile devices turned up in early July with ...
    Published about 8 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Newer, Smaller, Lighter Palm Pre "Pixie" Announced

    Newer, Smaller, Lighter Palm Pre "Pixie" Announced
    SAN FRANCISCO - Palm Inc., which revitalized its product line with the Pre smart phone launch in June, is hoping to keep momentum going with the release of a lighter, cheaper handset called the Pixi. The company said Wednesday that the Pixi will be available during the holiday season through Sprint Nextel Corp., currently the Pre's exclusive wireless carrier. Sunnyvale, Calif.-based ...
    Published about 8 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Apple Says iPhone Apps Aren't Intended for Business Use

    Apple Says iPhone Apps Aren't Intended for Business Use
    Forget that Apple has been carefully courting businesses and business users; forget that the iTunes App Store has over 78 pages of business-specific applications. Apple is insisting to one very disappointed Swedish customer, J. Martin Wehlou, that its iPhone Apps aren't business tools and are not meant for business use. The incident began when Mr. Wehlou contacted Apple seeking details on ...
    Published about 8 years ago | Rate This
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    7 Tips for Telephone System Buying Success

    7 Tips for Telephone System Buying Success
    Buying a phone system is not easy. It's especially not easy for busy business owners who are barely getting their hands dirty using social media. Kent Hellebust; Telanetix Chief Marketing Officer and General Manager, Individual and Digital Phone Services shares his advice on purchasing a phone system. The current state of the economy has forced many small businesses to rethink everything ...
    Published about 8 years ago | Rated: +3
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    Review: Motorola's Droid is a Serious Competitor to the iPhone

    Review: Motorola's Droid is a Serious Competitor to the iPhone
    SAN FRANCISCO - Since its debut in 2007, millions of people have gravitated toward Apple's iPhone, wooed by its sleek hardware, simple user interface and abundance of applications. Other smart phone makers have been trying since then to dispel the notion that the iPhone is the be-all and end-all of mobile gadgets. The latest push comes from Verizon Wireless and ...
    Published almost 8 years ago | Rated: +4
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    Review: New BlackBerry Storm is a Big Improvement Over Last

    Review: New BlackBerry Storm is a Big Improvement Over Last
    SAN FRANCISCO - The first touch-screen BlackBerry phone, the Storm, got a few things right, but generally it was a chore to use. Good thing a lot can change in a year. Though not without flaws, the latest version of the device, the BlackBerry Storm2, is the phone Research In Motion Ltd. should have released last year: It's faster, smarter and ...
    Published almost 8 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Is VoIP right for you?

    Is VoIP right for you?
    The Internet has significantly changed the way we do things; companies conduct business at an accelerated rate, information has become widely accessible and remote communication has become ubiquitous. All these benefits have significantly impacted the bottom line of businesses, allowing them to become flexible in many ways. Voice over Internet Protocol or VoIP is arguably one of today’s most important advancements ...
    Published almost 8 years ago | Rated: +4
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    Google Voice to get VoIP in 2010

    Google Voice to get VoIP in 2010
    Cloud computing is already being used by consumers and businesses with services like Google Apps and Google Voice. Many are hesitant to put their information on cloud systems outside of their control, but Google still sees cloud computing as the future and has big plans for the concept. A Google executive has said that the search giant has only scratched the ...
    Published almost 8 years ago | Rated: +3
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    Google's Nexus One Cell: Three Things You Need To Know

    Google's Nexus One Cell: Three Things You Need To Know
    In September 2008 Google launched its Android operating system, for cell phones. This launch was the first major competitor to iPhone, BlackBerry, Windows Mobile and Symbian (Nokia) operating systems. Yesterday Google launched it's first cell phone, the Nexus One and is selling it directly to individuals (unlocked) or it can be bought through wireless carriers at a subsidized rate. Google's continued ...
    Published almost 8 years ago | Rated: +1