Jeff Bargmann is a veteran developer and author of organizational apps like Stardock Fences, ObjectDock and Bins that have earned more than 10 million downloads.Now, his 1Up Industries has launched PhotoSocial, a new iPhone application that organizes a user’s photo collection and provides a private social experience for exchanging photos with friends.
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The unified communications and technology management provider Technology Solutions LLC announced Tuesday the launch of its “Bring Your Own Device” management service.
Good samaritans led helped Roseville police catch a man who stole a cell phone from an 11-year old girl in broad daylight.
AT&T spokesman Jermaine Spight said that as of 2 p.m. all service had been restored. The cause of the outage, he said, is still under investigation.
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.
Ann Arbor-based Arbor Cube says its iBuku Pets product, voted Best Tech Toy of the 2012 International Toy Fair, turns an iPhone or iPod touch into an interactive toy for kids.
A new mobile phone app, the first of its kind, helps concussion patients track their activities and symptoms, and share that information with their healthcare team. The app from the University of Michigan, is called Return2Play.
With its second major software update this year, iRule has released Version 2.5 of its cloud-based remote control system.
Detroit-based UpTo, developer of the social platform that empowers your calendar, is launching another big update.