Monthly Archive for July, 2012Page 2 of 6

iSIGN’s Mobile Proximity Marketing Shows Deals Without Compromising Client Privacy

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There are a lot of companies trying to make mobile marketing take off. The problems surrounding mobile marketing are numerous and iSign has taken it upon itself to create a system that works.
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Canon Direct Print and Scan for BlackBerry

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Earlier in the month, Canon released their Direct Print and Scan app for BlackBerry. Compatible with Printers and scanners that are able to run imageRUNNER and imageRUNNER ADVANCE Multifunction Printers, the app brings printing and scanning functionality to the BlackBerry.
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WordPress for BlackBerry Updated to Version 1.6.2

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Blogging tool WordPress has updated their BlackBerry App to version 1.6.2 and allows you to post and manage your blog from anywhere you can get a mobile signal on your BlackBerry.
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Techu.me Program Seeks to Create Young App Developers and Future Engineers

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According to the Canadian Government, enrollment in mathematics, computer and information sciences accounted for 3.0% of total university enrolment in 2008/2009, the lowest proportion since 1992/1993. In response to this and some pressure from local Universities, TechU.me was created to inspire youth using app development.

Apps is a great place to start kids on the path to a technical future, as the devices are ubiquitous and the applications are largely practical. Gone are the days when computers were thought of as inaccessible, giant, computation machines. Now, everyone has a computer in their pocket and they’re often thinking “I wish I had an app to help me do (blank).”
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RIM’s Chief Marketer Talks BlackBerry 10 with Engadget

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RIM’s Chief Marketing Officer Frank Boulben was interviewed by the good folks at Engadget about BlackBerry 10, and his role in marketing the new platform. Frank has been talking to bloggers who are the tastemakers of tech, last week Kevin Michaluk of CrackBerry fame got a chance to ask Frank some poignant questions about the new BlackBerry 10 platform.

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NY State Governor Ditches Email in Favor of Secure PIN Messaging and BBM

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In a move obvious to those whose emails can be requested through the freedom of information act, New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo favors communicating to his staff over PIN to PIN BlackBerry Messaging or directly over the phone avoiding email altogether.
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