At&t Announces the Samsung Galaxy Rugby Pro

The Samsung Rugby line of devices has come a long way. The line of devices is slowly becoming similar to the success story of the RAZR line from Motorola. Sure, it’s not quite as popular and maybe a bit less known, but Samsung is taking the Rugby to the boundaries of solid, durable phones. Early ...

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A Small Sample of the best T999 Samsung Galaxy S III Accessories

The Samsung Galaxy S III has hit the market place and seemingly taken over the smart phone world. Its popularity has driven sales to ungodly numbers and even inspired the next generation Galaxy devices from Samsung. While you may love your Galaxy S III and think the world of it, you should remember it is ...

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BlackBerry Losing out to iOS at Businesses Because of Screen Size?

Business intelligence—basically business executive reports—on smart phones never really took off in the pre-iPhone era because of screen size limitations. At least that is what Sanju Bansal, the chief operating officer at Microstrategy says. In a recent article from Forbes, his view of what is driving corporate growth of custom apps for its employees is ...

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The iPhone Starts Coming to Big Businesses Everywhere

Banking giants JPMorgan and UBS are both testing out the iPhone for corporate email. According to Bloomber, while neither are expected to purchase huge quantities of iPhones to hand out to employees, they are planning on letting private iPhones start to access their email networks. Its not just these two companies either, others banks and ...

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