Interview With Legal Moblogger David Maizenberg, an attorney and legal marketing and corporate communications consultant, on mobile blogging.
Siri and its competitors in the personal assistant voice app market provide some nice assistance to the lawyer on the go.
Siri has incited the passions of a few hard-to-please Apple iPhone customers, one of whom took his case to a California federal court in March.
A look at the features of time tracking and billing apps for mobile phones.
HP and Nokia today announced that they will enable a quick and easy online printing experience for Nokia Nseries multimedia computer users in the United States.
MySpace.com, the world's leading lifestyle portal, and Cingular Wireless, the nation's largest wireless carrier, today announced an exclusive partnership to offer enhanced MySpace functionality to all Cingular customers via their mobile phones.
At an Enterprise Mobility Day event today, Nokia further executed on its commitment to drive the adoption of business mobility by addressing the needs of business users and business managers. The company introduced the Nokia E51, a business smartphone, the latest addition in the Nokia Eseries portfolio, and also showcased it within the context of Nokia mobile unified communications, its strategy for extending mobility to unified communications.
Yahoo! Inc. (Nasdaq:YHOO) today launched Yahoo! oneSearch, an entirely new search service designed to give consumers exactly what they want on their mobile device -- instant answers. oneSearch leverages Yahoo!'s deep experience, investment and expertise in search on the desktop as well as relationships with leading content providers to deliver an unmatched mobile search experience for consumers.
Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT), a global leader in wireless communications, today announced the stylish, high performance, high-speed MOTOKRZR K3 handset.
Apple(R) today announced that its revolutionary iPhone(TM) will run applications created with Web 2.0 Internet standards when it begins shipping on June 29. Developers can create Web 2.0 applications which look and behave just like the applications built into iPhone, and which can seamlessly access iPhone's services, including making a phone call, sending an email and displaying a location in Google Maps.