As announced on Friday, Verizon is switching gears to a more open format when it comes to selling smartphones and other mobile devices.
ANN ARBOR (WWJ) — Customers prefer consuming media and entertainment websites and apps via mobile devices over personal computers, according to new research from the Ann Arbor-based customer experience analytics firm ForeSee. User satisfaction with […]
The official State of Michigan Web site has undergone a facelift, and the redesign of Michigan.gov is now using a responsive design that detects a visitor’s screen size to automatically adjust the full site content to display correctly. This is especially helpful for those who visit the site from a mobile device, ensuring an optimal viewing experience.
Steelcase Inc. Tuesday launched Gesture, a new seating system designed in response to the company’s latest research about changing postures in the workplace brought about by new mobile devices.
Plex Systems Inc., provider of Plex Online cloud manufacturing management software, announced the launch of SmartPlex, a service allowing users of Plex Online to access and manipulate data through a variety of mobile devices such as smartphones, including those based on the iOS and Android operating systems.
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Ask Steve Barone, CEO of Troy tech security consultants Creative Breakthroughs Inc., what the top issues of 2012 are, and he might as well start singing the old Who song “Going Mobile.” It’s all about integrating mobile devices into the corporate network — safely.
Teleca AB, a supplier of mobile software for the consumer electronics, automobile and mobile device industries, announced the opening of its new office in Farmington Hills to serve local automotive customers and develop new global business opportunities.
Engineering researchers at the University of Michigan have found a way to mass-produce antennas so small that they approach the fundamental minimum size limit for their bandwidth, or data rate, of operation. This could lead to new generations of wireless electronics and mobile devices that are either smaller or can perform more functions.