I’m an advocate for webOS, the mobile OS developed by Palm.
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.
Originally designed for tracking parts in manufacturing, QR Codes are becoming increasingly popular in advertising and content pushing on mobile devices.
Deciding which smartphone is right for you and your business is not a simple task. Many people rely on advertising and what colleagues are using to make their choice, rarely taking the time to not only research all their options, but in many cases failing to actually hold devices in a showroom. Here’s 10 tips on finding the right mobile device.
With a strong, devoted user base, Apple’s iPhone isn’t going anywhere any time soon. Advocates of other OSs should focus more on converting non-smartphone users.
With the ever-growing popularity of smartphones and apps comes an incessant need to reiterate the age-old message, “You get what you pay for.” Unfortunately, with so many people on the “I want it free” bandwagon, and thousands of brilliant (and some not-so-brilliant) developers eager to spread the love, tech communities are riding a roller coaster that’s close to throwing us all off track.
With the growing popularity of mobile devices, native application features are in high demand. After all, people want to be able to do everything they can do at a desk while traveling or hanging out in a coffee shop. One caveat, though, is the proprietary features different types of devices offer, requiring developers wanting to reach the broadest audience to rework their apps to function on several different platforms.
Palm’s half-price sale is over, but I still recommend these top business/utility apps for your Palm webOS device.
Now that Palm is part of HP, and the $50 app add fee has been waived indefinitely, we can expect to see many more webOS apps available in the near future. One can only hope that users will be inundated with unique and feature-rich add-ons that show the true power of the Palm Pre and
I’m pretty selfish when it comes to my Palm Pre Plus. I want it to do so many things that make my life even easier. Believe me, it’s already saved my bacon a number of times, but why stop there?
Here are 10 features/apps I really, REALLY want!
There’s great debate about the future of mobile commerce. Much of it takes place amongst store owners themselves, wondering if it’s worth investing in mobile versions of online stores, or applications for smartphones. With consumers upgrading from regular cell phones to mobile devices running off webOS, Android and Apple’s iPhone platform, the question shouldn’t be
Technology is supposed to make our lives easier, but it’s no surprise that many executives claim they’re actually working harder than ever before. Perhaps they’re just not using technology to their advantage. If you have a Palm Pre or Palm Pixi, the rewards for time investment are quite rich – the devices are fully functional