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So what else is new and cool in the amazing, ever-changing world of high technology? Well, here ya go… the latest.
So what’s the latest in the wonderful world of technology? Well, just check out these amazing tidbits…
Parkmobile USA Inc., a company whose investors include Bill Ford Jr., announced Monday that its smartphone parking payment service has been implemented in Mount Clemens.
The Detroit Lions have launched a mobile app, available free M and BlackBerry smartphones.
The city of Birmingham announced a planned Tuesday launch for its Parkmobile mobile parking payment service. Motorists can now pay for parking with cell phones using Parkmobile’s native mobile applications for the iPhone, Android, Windows 7, and Blackberry smartphones.
Starting today, OnStar’s RemoteLink mobile app will be available to many more smartphone users. The app, written using HTML5 technology, is now available in BlackBerry App World for BlackBerry Bold 9900 and 9930 users.
PayAnywhere, a Troy-based provider of mobile point of sale systems, Tuesday announced its acclaimed credit card reader for smartphones will be shipping to retailers across the country beginning this month, as well as a BlackBerry app.
CiesaDesign, in collaboration with the Greater Lansing Convention and Visitors Bureau, announced Friday the availability of the Lansing Guide digital publication for Apple, Android and BlackBerry devices.