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New Social Network Spraffl Celebrates Anonymity and Locations

As one of the best New Yorker cartoons wisely noted, “On the Internet, no one can tell you’re a dog.” Now, a new social network named Spraffl is championing the idea that, for dogs and everyone else, location-based anonymity is the cat’s meow. 

Don't Forget! Video & Mobile Collaboration Cut through Sales, Marketing Noise

We've all heard of the learning curve; the scale and pace at which people retain and remember information. But, there's also a forgetting curve, and people will delete emails and voice mails if they aren't memorable, a big problem for sales people and marketers.

Making the Business Case for the Web

As business value increasingly moves to the interface we need new models of how we describe and measure value. 

Voice Calling is Now Part of iPhone Facebook Messenger App

In their most recent update to the Facebook Messenger application for iOS, Facebook has introduced a free calling feature via wi-fi or data connections for US users. 

TrendSpottr Offers Alerts of Pre-Viral Trends

Would you like to get pinged about trends before they go viral? This week, Toronto-based TrendSpottr announced the launch of TrendSpottr Alert, which sends real-time notifications of emerging trends, news and events based on the company’s predictive analysis of big data. 

Enterprise Mobility in 2013: Multiple Apps Have Become the Norm

The days of an enterprise feeling good about mobility leadership by piloting a mobile app or two are behind us. Survey findings show that the new norm for enterprise mobile app development is multiple app projects per year.

E-Discovery Trends for 2013

Like any relatively young industry, the e-Discovery technology market is undergoing a process of maturation. In a relatively short time span, e-Discovery has evolved from a somewhat isolated activity to an expansive, business-critical operation.

A New Business Model for SharePoint 2013

It’s true, we are a long way off from seeing serious uptake of SharePoint 2013. In fact, most organizations are still using SharePoint 2007 despite the advantages that 2010, and 2013, are offering. But that doesn’t mean we can’t take some time to consider how this latest version of SharePoint will change the way we implement new applications within our companies.

RIM Revs Up For BlackBerry 10 Launch With Apps and NFC

bb10_logo.JPG  The news is fairly surging out of RIM this week as the company prepares for the launch of the Blackberry 10 platform and devices that will decide its future in the marketplace.

Microsoft Offers Cloud OS for Management of iOS, Android, Windows Devices

Looking to boost the versatility of its growing Cloud OS offering is Microsoft, with a new plan for cloud-based management of devices using various operating systems -- iOS and Android as well as Windows 8, RT and Phone 8. 

Viber for BlackBerry Updated, HD Voice Calls Previewed

Anyone looking for a Skype alternative or simply needing a free call and text app for their BlackBerry? The very popular Viber may be the perfect choice.

YouSendIt Buys Found for All in One File Search from Anywhere

File sharing service YouSendIt has expanded its roster of duties by purchasing Found, a system for enabling file search across devices and clouds.

Mobile Offers Unique Challenges to Ad Servers

Ad serving technology on mobile devices continues to be disrupted, and companies like Facebook and Google are no doubt hard at work on this very problem. Meanwhile, SAS has teamed up with a company called Pinger to use the SAS Intelligent Advertising for Publishers platform to improve the Pinger call and text app.

Mobile Offers Unique Challenges to Ad Servers

Ad serving technology on mobile devices continues to be disrupted, and companies like Facebook and Google are no doubt hard at work on this very problem. Meanwhile, SAS has teamed up with a company called Pinger to use the SAS Intelligent Advertising for Publishers platform to improve the Pinger call and text app.

Android Dominates Burgeoning US Smartphone Market

Android was the dominant smartphone operating system in the US during Q3 2012 according to data from Nielsen, commanding 52 percent of the market. This put Android substantially ahead of any other smartphone OS, including Apple, which held 35 percent of the market.

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