For a while, everyone seemed to think the iPhone was unassailable, but Motorola, Google and Verizon are about to give it their best shot. And investors are placing their bets now.
It’s remarkable how many people don’t bother setting security features on their expensive smartphones. Because
they keep the phone somewhere close to them most of the time, they believe it’s secure, but that’s not true.
Stitcher bills itself as “a leading mobile audio company that provides a revolutionary media service which allows audio content to be easily aggregated, organized and shared on mobile devices.” It’s sort of like DVR for radio.
After years of torrid gains in the number of wireless phones it handles, Brightpoint has had two consecutive comparable-quarter
Students, commerce and emerging media have moved to the forefront of Ball State’s mission under President Jo Ann Gora, attracting corporate dollars to the university.
Mitch Roob oversees a state agency with a $6.5 billion budget and thousands of employees who deliver a range of services to
more than a million Hoosiers. And he’d be lost without his BlackBerry. He is just one of the many Indianapolis professionals
who use enhanced mobile devices, or smartphones, to keep tabs on their work and increase their productivity away from the