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Modern Pop Culture

Modern Pop Culture, located in Syracuse, NY, offers Vintage, One of a Kind, Custom Made, Fashion forward clothing for women and men....

August 6, 2012 by Mobile Universal

Gizmox cross platform application delivery simplified

 As organizations examine ways to make it possible for users of smartphones, tablets and other mobile systems to access corporate applications, they run into a significant culture shock. The tools corporate developers know and love are seldom those used to create mobile applications.

July 18, 2011 by

Mobile Security Profile: BlackBerry Storm2

Mobile Security Profile: BlackBerry Storm2Author: Eric EversonBlackBerry handsets are a staple of office culture; from syncing calendars to sharing business-related data, the BlackBerry handsets are seemingly everywhere you look around the office. Most recently BlackBerry introduced the Storm2, a second generation touchscreen handset into the market.

November 3, 2009

HTC: We're Number Two!

According to Business Week Asia, HTC - makers of most of the Windows Mobile handsets out there - are now the second-best performing company on that continent (the best-performing company in Asia, if you really want to know, is Unilever Indonesia, but their phones suck so we'll ignore them for now).Apparently 2 is a "good number" in Chinese culture (HTC are Taiwanese).

September 26, 2007 by

One overlooked reason mobile tv may fail

Ah, at last a corroborating note of sanity about this mobile tv craze- a craze which I have called "platform-itis"- get your programming on as many platforms as possible.Bill Ray's brilliant Culture matters- why i-mode failed piece in The Register today draws parallels between the mobile tv push and the recent decision by mobile U.

July 22, 2007 by

Vodafone CIO: Paul Wybrow

In this latest CIO Visions interview Wybrow explains how he fosters a culture of innovation against a backdrop of IT consolidation and outsourcing across Vodafone's mobile communications empire and 4,000-strong IT workforce.

December 13, 2006 by

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