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Smartphone Users: Right Vs. Left

6/24/2013
As the cell phone evolved into the smartphone, the “phone” part of the discussion faded to talk of data, but people still make calls. Does which hand you hold the phone in say anything about you? Is there a correlation to cancer?

How the City of Memphis Moves

6/24/2013
A mobility solution helps the city reduce man-hours by eliminating paperwork, and increases safety by providing visibility of workers in the field.

Ransomware Holds Android Hostage

6/21/2013
Symantec reports a new threat where users suddenly find their smartphone locked until a “ransom” – otherwise known as a payment – is made.

Mobile Helix Introduces Link

6/20/2013
Pure HTML5 platform is designed to securely enable enterprise data and applications across the fixed and mobile divide.

Samsung's Galaxy is the Enterprise

6/17/2013
The company opened an Executive Briefing Center for a hands-on B2B experience, and reorganized and aligned internally to ‘live and win the enterprise.’

Microsoft Moves Into Best Buy

6/16/2013
Microsoft is looking to eclipse the mobile competition – Samsung and Apple – with mini-stores in Best Buy, after its own foray into retail failed.
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