Jumat, 23 Desember 2011

Mobile Device

Mobile devices signal positive outcome for classroom learning
Gulf Today
Learning is better known to be a journey, mobile is becoming the perfect and preferred companion you can imagine for the content consumption experience of students.” To demonstrate how mobile devices can be successfully incorporated into classroom and ...
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Device Developments: Phoney War
Total Telecom
The mobile device market was so litigious in 2011 that Google openly said that bulking up its patent portfolio was the primary motivation for its $12.5 billion acquisition of Motorola Mobility in August. Other highlights of the year included Ericsson ...
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World's Leading Mobile Phone Gaming Benchmark Now Available for Free
MarketWatch (press release)
This giveaway by Rightware is a portion of the full product, Basemark(TM) ES 2.0, which was developed in close cooperation with the world's leading mobile phone manufacturers and semiconductor companies. Basemark(TM) ES 2.0 Taiji Free provides a ...
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Grand Premiere Phone: World's Most Expensive Mobile Phone?
Nowadays most consumers seem to be so obsessed with mobile tech gadgets such as iPhone, iPads, Android smartphones, etc. Ordinary consumers are just simply happy to own one of these devices and brag about them with their friends, family members, ...
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Mobile Predictions in 2012 : RIM, A Flash In The Pan
Mobile Device Management (MDM) will become more prevalent among large enterprises "Mobile Device Management holds a key role in both securing and enabling mobile devices in the workplace. Enterprise app stores are supporting controlled distribution of ...
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Fandango adding PayPal support to mobile app, makes movie ticket purchases easier
That will open up even more options for payments, as currently Fandango supports either storing your credit card information on your mobile device or storing it in an online Fandango account that you can link to your app. Both are secure, but neither ...
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Don't expect the phone to replace the wallet soon
London Free Press
A KPMG study released on Wednesday found only 23% of consumers were willing to use theirmobile phone in place of other forms of payment, with 30% of younger adults much more willing to do so. And that means that all those hopes of retailers becoming ...
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