My Mobile Fans Powers Souvenir Program App For The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series

My Mobile Fans Powers Souvenir Program App For The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series
March 24, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/ — Thanks to the latest app from My Mobile Fans, a mobile app development company focused on bringing affordable apps to individuals, small businesses and organizations of all sizes, the life of the NASCAR fan just got …
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Gamestop steps up bet on digital, mobile
By Dan Gallagher, MarketWatch SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) — Struggling with a slowing business for traditional videogame retail sales, GameStop Corp. said Thursday that it plans to expand its business in the areas of digital content and mobile devices.
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What's Next For Mobile Payments
By Michael Davis InformationWeek Mobile payments are the next frontier of retail technology. New products and services that let consumers pay for products using a smartphone instead of a bank card or cash are emerging. For instance, Starbucks says that …
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T-Mobile goes rogue against AT&T

T-Mobile goes rogue against AT&T
In the months since its proposed marriage with AT&T fell apart, T-Mobile USA has re-emerged as a feisty antagonist to its bigger rival. T-Mobile was sidelined on telecom policy fights while the blockbuster deal was pending. It had to step back from its …
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Power your mobile strategy with a cloud
By Bill Claybrook Computerworld – Mobile devices will soon be driving cloud computing — and vice versa. Here's why: It's very sensible to use a private cloud for security, management and other aspects of mobile applications.
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Latest Samsung News

Samsung chairman hosts banquet for IOC members
Samsung Group said Thursday that its chairman, Lee Kun-hee, had a dinner banquet with members of the International Olympic Committee at the Shilla Seoul hotel Thursday. The members are visiting Korea to check the preparations for the 2018 Pyeongchang …
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Samsung: 'We're not doing very well in the tablet market'
by Roger Cheng February 27, 2012 7:32 AM PST Follow @RogerWCheng One Samsung executive gets brutally honest about his company's performance in the tablet market, even while offering up some hope for its line of Galaxy Note mobile devices.
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Latest Samsung News

Dissected iPad reveals Samsung, Qualcomm parts
Teardowns a key glimpse into Apple supply chain * Qualcomm supplies LTE * Memory from Elpida, Toshiba By Noel Randewich and Poornima Gupta SAN FRANCISCO, March 15 (Reuters) – Apple's new iPad uses chips made by Qualcomm, Broadcom , Samsung Electronics …
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Samsung: The new iPad is no work of art
by Chris Matyszczyk March 9, 2012 9:19 AM PST In an e-mail sent to the media, Samsung declares that its Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet is far better at creating than is the new iPad. Why didn't Samsung make a huge Apple-bashing ad, though?
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Samsung unveils its own 'Internet of Things'
The Samsung ES8000 TV features built-in Wi-Fi to sync media with Samsung smartphones, cameras and other appliances. Samsung is bringing built-in Wi-Fi to many of its upcoming consumer products, creating an 'Internet of things' within its brand.
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Mobile apps handy as vacation crisis unfolds

Mobile apps handy as vacation crisis unfolds
My family vacation in Florida last week was heaven, but the travel was hell. From dealing with air carrier woes to an extreme traffic jam in Orlando, we had more than our share of issues. When problems cropped up, we turned to a few basic iPhone apps …
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Nomophobia, Fear Of Being Without A Mobile Phone, On The Rise: Survey Says
So it's an important reminder to double down on your mobile strategy, making sure your website is optimized for mobile viewing, determining whether you need an app and identifying ways to incorporate Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare and other social …
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Symantec details mobile device management plans
Symantec this week put the focus on its mobile security strategy with its announcement that it's acquiring Nukona, the software provider for mobile application management. Since Symantec has mobile-device management (MDM) software in the market already …
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In Egypt, a Cellphone Is a Wireless Lifeline

In Egypt, a Cellphone Is a Wireless Lifeline
The phone rings, and with spritely, youthful hands, Gabr reaches quickly into his pocket and pulls out a dated but functional Nokia cellphone. Answering it quickly, he chats for a few minutes before returning to his jacket pocket.
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T-Mobile cutting a net 1900 call-center jobs
Cellphone carrier T-Mobile USA Inc. said Thursday that it is cutting 1900 jobs nationwide as it consolidates its call centers in an effort to reduce costs and remain competitive. The Associated Press No comments have been posted to this article.
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Latest Mobile News

Boost's new unlimited plan boasts 'shrinkage' for 3 phones
A new nationwide unlimited plan brings Boost Mobile customers talk, text, and nothing else for $ 45 a month on three feature phones. by Jessica Dolcourt March 22, 2012 9:45 AM PDT Follow @jdolcourt Boost Mobile is the king of shrinkage, and proud of it.
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Mobile gamers like to laugh
Orange See spent a great part of his career trying to find out just what it was that attracted people to playing games on their mobile phone. And all along the answer was right there in front of his face. "People like to talk about the games they are …
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Fewer cellphone-related crashes, deaths in Calif. after new law | The Republic

Fewer cellphone-related crashes, deaths in Calif. after new law | The Republic
By CINDY VON QUEDNOW – Scripps Howard News Service A new study shows deadly crashes caused by driver cellphone use have dropped in California since the state enacted a law against the practice, officials said. The study released by the California …
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FCC moves ahead on Dish cellphone network
By Brendan Sasso – 03/21/12 01:07 PM ET The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted on Wednesday to move ahead with a plan to convert a block of airwaves from satellite use to cellphone use. Much of the spectrum, which is in the 2 GHz band, …
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Distracted driving campaign goes public in Missouri
By ALAN SCHER ZAGIER AP COLUMBIA — Public health advocates in Missouri are taking their campaign against distracted driving to the public after failing to win support in Jefferson City for a ban on driver cellphone use. The state already prohibits …
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Banning cellphones saves lives
The National Safety Council estimates 1.2 million motor-vehicle crashes each year involve cellphone use. It is a public health epidemic. Knowing the facts is the first step toward change, and a committee of Evanston City Council members heard …
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Latest Samsung News

Ex-Samsung marketer Lambro Skropidis crosses Korean divide to join LG
By Patrick Avenell Former Samsung head of marketing Lambro Skropidis will start at LG Electronics on Monday 26 March 2012. Skropidis resigned from Samsung Electronics Australia in December 2011 after three years in at the company.
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US Imposes Duties on LG, Samsung Refrigerator Imports
By William McQuillen on March 19, 2012 The US may impose duties of as much as 30.34 percent on refrigerator-freezers imported by South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co. (005930) and LG Electronics Inc. (066570) and Sweden's Electrolux AB (ELUXB), …
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