Technology is what drives eCommerce, as well as the rest of our lives. Coming up: Our mobile future…
Soonafter HP announced it’s ceasing webOS hardware operations, several longtime naysayers called me out on my supportive comments about the TouchPad and webOS smartphones.
This past June, my husband bought me a netbook – an Acer Aspire One. I’d previously been lugging around a bulky laptop, though I’d often forget to put it in the car. Joe wanted me to have something I could carry in my purse so I could easily work on-the-go. It’s worked well, allowing me
I’ll admit, the number of business books I read is limited. Guy’s book “hooked” me during Chapter One. If you want to succeed (in anything), get Guy’s latest book. Seriously.
Editorial: Smartphone users are married to a device or a carrier. Sprint users are up in arms over the possibility of their carrier not adopting upcoming webOS devices.
Frequent readers of this site know that I’m quite passionate about webOS, the operating system that drives the Palm Pre and Pixi. For many businesses developing smartphone apps, webOS is commonly at the bottom of the list.
There seems to be a great deal of confusion about multitasking on mobile devices. That is, what one company calls multitasking is what another calls unitasking with quick-swapping.
All the studies, articles and posts that talked about the average Farmville addict? Yep, that was me. Fortunately, my Palm Pre saved me.
You may be eager to update your online store to use the latest technology. By doing so, however, you just might be crippling your customer base.
I don’t trust public systems which require nothing more than booting your laptop. So I use a MiFi to connect securely.
Cloud email like Gmail is attractive because it’s free, but your own mail server may provide all the syncing options you need to work across several systems, including smartphones.