With the smartphone market exploding, there's tremendous competition amongst manufacturers and carriers, not to mention loyalists of device types. When will we be able to use the devices we want and still communicate with each other effectively? In years past I used PalmOS (Treos). Most of my … [Read more...] about We Need Standards For Sharing Contacts on Mobile Devices
Last month I talked about providing RSS feeds for your site or blog, in order to gain more readers and visitors. These feeds can actually save you an immense amount of time when it comes to keeping abreast of industry news. Real Simple Syndication (RSS) allows users to subscribe to information … [Read more...] about Save Time By Subscribing to RSS Feeds
Forrester Research on Monday released an in-depth report on location-based mobile apps. AdvertisingAge broke down the results, which report that only four percent (4%) of online adults in the US have used apps to connect to services like Foursquare and Gowalla. Location-based social networks … [Read more...] about Don’t Miss the Boat on Location-Based Social Networks
Last time, I talked about using QR Codes to help push mobile business. These “scancodes” can direct users to web sites, provide contact information and even connect to wireless devices. But, they’re limited. Enter: Microsoft Tag – a colorful, visually appealing code that offers more than just the … [Read more...] about Microsoft Tag: The QR Code on Steroids
Still delaying a mobile version of your online store or web site? If my previous post hasn't convinced you, maybe QR Codes will. After all, people are already using them to find hidden goodies - like Calvin Klien's uncensored video showing off their new jeans. A Quick Response (QR) Code is a … [Read more...] about Using QR Codes to Push Mobile Business
In the world of business and ecommerce, smartphones are steadily becoming more of a necessity than a luxury. The ability to handle email, support correspondence and task delegation while out of the office is not only appealing, but makes everything run more smoothly by eliminating time gaps while … [Read more...] about Which Smartphone is for You? 10 Tips…
If you missed step one of securing your network, you just may fall victim to a hack that's getting released into the wild next week. Seismic's Craig Heffner says he's got a way to hack into millions of routers and he's going to share it with the masses during the Black Hat 2010 conference July … [Read more...] about Want Your Router Hacked?
Part of my THE WAY I SEE IT series, where I quick-hit a few topics per week. Apple has made its mark on the smartphone market, and the iPhone won't be "killed" by another device any time soon. More than 3 million iPhone 4's were sold, and even if that number was just one-third, they'd still make … [Read more...] about There is No iPhone Killer