Category Archives: Mobile

  • Mobile Brings Discounts, Events Near You

    Maybe you’ve heard by now. Mobile has hit the mainstream. Mobile apps have been all the range since the advent of the second version of the iphone which brought with it the App Store. The app store created an easy access to a plethora of applications that can be easily bought and download to extend Continue Reading

  • The QR Code Explosion

    What is a QR Code? QR Codes (pictured at right) are starting to show up everywhere. They’re at your favorite restaurants, websites, and even on t-shirts. QR Codes themselves are a great way to go beyond print media and bring video, images, and the web to supplement your advertising goals. Some QR Codes will bring you to company homepages, some will Continue Reading

  • Subway Makes Great QR Codes

    This post was originally authored for Diversified Data Technologies, LLC and has been syndicated here for further publication by the author. What is a QR Code? QR Codes (pictured at right) are starting to show up everywhere. They’re at your favorite restaurants, websites, and even on t-shirts. QR Codes themselves are a great way to go beyond print media and Continue Reading

  • QR Codes — What they are. What they can do. Why you should care.

    QR Codes are 2 dimensional bar codes designed in the mid 90’s for inventory tracking systems. Their use has since been modified and standardized to incorporate more than inventory management, though. The use of these 2D codes has spread commercially, beginning in Japan, and used by businesses, books, stores, product manufactures, advertisers and the like to enhance marketing Continue Reading

  • Ubuntu reads your iPhone’s secrets, finds bat cave location

    The first time I used Linux was about 6 years ago when Red Hat 8.0 hit the public scene. Linux, and in particular the Red Hat and Ubuntu distributions, is a popular operating system that competes with the likes of Windows and Mac OS X. One of the neat features was being able to poke in Windows Continue Reading

  • Apple blocks another third party developer

    When Apple announced that there would be no cross compiling, or using another programming language other than objective C there was an outcry amongst developers. Most recently, it’s been turned into a battle between Apple and Adobe. The issue at hand has to due with the launch of Adobe’s new Creative Suite 5. A new Continue Reading

  • Android, iPhone, and You

    Is your business currently looking to get more involved in the social media scene? It’s considerably easier to get yourself on the iPhone/iPad/Android bandwagon these days, especially if you already have a blog. There’s plenty of ways out there to convert your existing blog into a mobile application. Why would you do this? 1) You Continue Reading