Snyder works from his electronic devices as the state police drive him from his home outside Ann Arbor each day. But even at his Lansing office, it’s hard to find him with a paper in hand.
Detroit-based iRule LLC, a developer of cloud-based software that allows home electronics to be controlled by iOS devices, said Monday it had completed its round A financing.
Visual Fusion for iPad is a free client application that enables on-the-go professionals to view and interact with their organization’s Visual Fusion 5.5 or third-party data, whether it’s in Salesforce.com, Oracle, SQL Server, ESRI, SharePoint, or another source.
Do you love your iPad? And Bright House Networks’ TV programming? Bright House Networks customers can now enjoy their iPad and TV both, at the same time, with the new Bright House TV App for the iPad.
A new mobile application for Apple iPhone and iPad users, BBB Search, allows Business Reviews and other information from the Better Business Bureau to be available on the go.
The Detroit Media Partnership has released new iPad applications for The Detroit News and Detroit Free Press.
Kids want the coolest gear for going back to school. Here’s what should be making it into shopping carts this summer.
Every student needs help with school sometimes, and these apps might just be the answer.
Even though the iPad is only a few years old, developers have been creating applications for it, even for educational subjects such as math.
Okemos-based TechSmith Corp. Tuesday announced the release of a new product called ScreenChomp, a free digital whiteboard app available exclusively on the iPad.