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Google Voice Spam Filtering Stops Telemarketers In Their Tracks

One of the cool (and free) little services I use for my business is Google Voice. My GV number is what I use as my “official” business number…but I set it up to ring to my smartphone. That way, I don’t have to give out my personal number for business, and I don’t have to […]

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BlackBerry Launches Mobile Conferencing App

A couple of weeks ago, I posted a story on making conference calls with a BlackBerry. Well the folks over at Research In Motion (RIM) must have read my article (Boom!) and pushed the BlackBerry Mobile┬áConferencing App out of Beta and into the BlackBerry App World. The app is designed to work with your existing […]

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Square Moves Towards Mobile Wallet Reality with Card Case

Square was one of the first companies to make mobile credit card payment processing simple and easy for small business owners via its credit card readers and complimentary mobile app. If you’re not familiar with Square, it’s a free device that turns your tablet computer or smartphone into a point-of-sale (POS) device. Just plug in […]

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Your BlackBerry can STILL make Conference Calls

As interactive as we are via Skype, Twitter, Facebook, and instant messaging, there are times when you will actually have to make a phone call. Weird right? But that doesn’t mean your collaboration and productivity has to take a nose dive if one of your colleagues, business partners, or clients can’t “connect” using new-age methods. […]

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Dell Venue Pro Running Windows Phone 7 Lands on AT&T

One of the premier smartphones that was used to show off the new Windows Phone 7 platform in its infancy was the Dell Venue Pro. The combination of the full AMOLED touchscreen and vertical slide-out QWERTY keyboard, in addition to a 1GHz processor and 720p video recording capabilities, had WP7 early adopters salivating over what […]

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Zipcar App for Android takes your car reservation experience mobile

Zipcar’s claim to fame is that you can go online and reserve a car, find its location, and use a special card to unlock the doors and go on with your business – all without speaking to anyone in person. Great for on the go entrepreneurs and business owners who may just be in town […]

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AT&T and LG Team up to Offer a pre-paid Android Smartphone: Meet the Thrive

If you feel a certain kind of way about wireless contracts, but want to take advantage of all the business and productivity capabilities found in a full-fledged smartphone, well look no further than AT&T and LG as they bring you the first pre-paid Android smartphone to run on the AT&T wireless network…

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Portable Power for Your Moble Devices

I don’t know about you, but I break out in hives and develop a slight twitch when my mobile device’s battery indicator drops below 15%. My symptoms really get bad when I am nowhere near a power outlet and/or don’t have my laptop bag filled to brim with cables ready to power each and every […]

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AT&T Premier WP7 Phone and Car-kit for One Cent

It can’t get any cheaper more monetarily advantageous for you and your business than a shiny new Windows Phone 7 mobile device and a car kit for one penny. …Yeah, you heard me correctly For a limited time, AT&T Premier is offering business customers (large and small alike) or individuals a sweet deal on an […]

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Evernote Updates its Android App

Staying on my Evernote kick, Android users will be happy to know that Evernote updated its Android app with some cool new features to keep you connected to all of your important stuff. In addition to a bunch of bug fixes… – Fixed a problem that kept an edited note from updating properly – Fixed […]

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