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Helpful Money Apps By Clip Syndicate Do you find yourself having lots of trouble keeping money in your pocket? Maybe that smartphone in your pocket can help. There are apps out there that can make finances a little easier to keep up with. Certified financial planner Ross Marino shares some of his favorites in this week's Marino on Money. ...Read More »
Gold BlackBerry Passport Now Available, but Only 50 of Them By Clip Syndicate Even BlackBerry isn't immune to blinging up its phones with a little gold. The slowly recovering smartphone maker has created a very limited run of a black and gold edition of its flagship BlackBerry Passport smartphone. It also costs $899. BlackBerry is only making 50 of the Black & Gold BlackBerry Passport. In a blog post , BlackBerry Director of Content Marketing Eric Lai said a few hardcore BlackBerry fans had already gone to great lengths to trick out their BlackBerrys in gold. ...Read More »
Samsung May Drop Qualcomm's Snapdragon Chip in Next Galaxy S Phone By Clip Syndicate Samsung may be planning to dump Qualcomm's processor from its next Galaxy S flagship smartphone, opting to use its own Exynos chips instead. Bloomberg reported Wednesday that Samsung, the world's biggest smartphone maker, won't be using the Snapdragon 810 chip from Qualcomm, the world's biggest maker of smartphone chips, in the new device due to the processor overheating during Samsung's testing. Samsung is widely predicted to unveil a new Galaxy S phone at the Mobile World Congress show in March. vIf the report is accurate, the change could be a significant blow to Qualcomm, with the potential of losing a high-profile design win in a flagship Samsung phone. Such a Samsung decision could then make it harder for Qualcomm to sell the new 810 chip, which was made for use in high-end mobile devices, just as Qualcomm is starting to market it.

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Set Up Public WiFi at Your Small Business By Jaimy Ford for America's Backbone Weekly Offering free Internet access is a cost-effective way bring in customers. ...Read More »
How to Set Up a BYOD Policy By Jaimy Ford for America's Backbone Weekly Lay some ground rules for employees who use their personal devices for work. ...Read More »
6 Steps to Plan Your Local Marketing Campaign By Keith Loria for America's Backbone Weekly From geo-location to blogging, here's what you need to consider. ...Read More »
Alibaba, Tencent Spend Billions in Race to Be China's One-stop Online Shop By Clip Syndicate Alibaba and Tencent spent more than $8 billion last year alone backing often strikingly similar ventures, as the Chinese Internet giants race to create online one-stop-shops to win the digital loyalty of a tenth of the world's population. Before China became the biggest smartphone market, there was little overlap between the businesses of e-commerce leader Alibaba Group Holding Ltd, social networking firm Tencent Holdings Ltd and search engine provider Baidu Inc. ...Read More »
HP Announces Fleet of Tablets and 2-in-1 Devices That Get Down to Business By Clip Syndicate Now that tablets have matured, HP strongly believes it's time to get serious about mobility with ”business-first mobile devices. Instead of retrofitting consumer tablets with enterprise-ready security and software, HP's eight newly announced mobile devices are tailor-made with business needs in mind from the get-go; they're clearly productivity first and entertainment second. If doing real work instead of playing Candy Crush on tablets is important to you, HP's new lineup might be of interest.

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Samsung's Tizen Smartphone Makes Poor First Impression in India By Clip Syndicate Samsung's first smartphone to run on its own operating system received a frosty welcome after its launch in India, with reviewers and consumers criticizing its low-resolution cameras and dearth of software applications. The South Korean giant's latest handset stands out not so much for its no-frills specifications but for what lies under the hood - the Tizen operating system Samsung has developed to rival Google's Android platform. Samsung is hoping the Z1 will catch on in the world's third-largest smartphone market, boosting its flagging global market share and gaining a foothold for Tizen among India's first-time smartphone buyers. IDC analyst Karan Thakkar said that although the Z1's $92 price tag beat many of the best-known Android phones on cost, it still had plenty of strong competitors in the low-end segment.

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HP Refreshes Tablet Lineup, Publishes New Enterprise Mobility Research By Clip Syndicate HP has announced seven new tablets and an ultrabook/tablet hybrid, and also released new research on European IT decision-makers' current and planned enterprise mobility strategies. Front and centre is HP's determination to add software and services to the basic device offering. Michael Park, vice president & general manager of HP's Commercial Mobility & Software business unit said: "When we talk about mobility in the enterprise, if you just do the device, it's not enough: it's the apps and the device for the end user, but also connectivity -- how to deliver the apps out of the data center -- and the scale of the sheer number of devices per user."

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