Apple has yet to release the products from its announcement earlier this month, and a buzz is already started for the company’s next product release.
Apple has featured the co-founder of the Slow Roll bicycle rides through Detroit in a new advertising campaign.
The Southfield Board of Education recently approved spending $1.7 million on e-books and instructional materials and $1.8 million for technology upgrades for the upcoming school year.
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The home audio-visual system control app iRule won the Consumer Electronics Association’s Mark of Excellence Award as “Control Product of the Year” at this week’s International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
They call it “apple picking,” and it has Detroit police so concerned they’re using a new approach to combat it.
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The Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute announced its new app to help physicians and healthcare professionals become aware of cutting-edge cancer clinical trials, often available only at Karmanos. The KCI Trials App is free and available on the App Store for the iPhone and iPad.
Logic Solutions Monday announced the launch of the software-as-a-service version of Showcase Mobile Sales System.
The unified communications and technology management provider Technology Solutions LLC announced Tuesday the launch of its “Bring Your Own Device” management service.