Tag Archives: mobile

How to Add a Web Favorite / Bookmark to an Android SmartPhone

26 Sep

Entering in a URL can get old real quick, and not every web site has an app yet.  There are many ways to create shortcuts for your smart phone. If you have fallen short of creating a quick access to your favorite web site, read more

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4G Coverage Update for Sprint Users

10 Sep

C Spire Wireless today September 10 2012 announced that its LTE 4G network is now available for the first time in several markets in Mississippi. McComb, Brookhaven, Meridian, and Greenville, Miss., are the first who have access to its LTE 4G network…  read more   The first 4G SmartPhone on Sprint’s network is the  Motorola Photon Q LTE 4G.  An Android with the talk time of 7.5 a non-removable battery 3.5 head jack, 8+ rear camera, 1.3 Front Facing camera, Video 1080HD 30fps, & 1.5 GHz processor Snapdragon dual-core, Android OS 4.0.  more info

QR code generator directly from your smart phone, allows you scan, create, share and much more!

20 Jul

There are many code readers available, but they are not all created equally.  The next time you see a QR code on a piece of marketing material, newspaper, or simply on a building download or..read more

Pocket PC a.k.a Smart Phone apps for the Health Care Industry

10 Jul

Smartphones have access to almost anything via app store/play store, as they say…read more

Email Settings – AT&T, SBC, AMERITECH for all Smartphones

10 Jul

Each device will ask for a variation of  email provider settings.  One could contact your email provider’s support team and potentially wait for the response.  Who wants to wait?  No matter how long you have had service through an AT&T affiliate…read more

Wireless Emergency Alerts coming your way (WEA)

2 Jul

SAFETY 1st

Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA) IMPLMENDED 6.29.12

An automated system will send text message warnings to cell phone users based on a number of potential hazards, including tornadoes, flash floods, hurricanes, tsunamis, dust storms, extreme winds, blizzards, and ice storms. The messages are delivered based on location, so even those who are traveling will receive alerts for where they are, not where they live, if there’s danger. Carriers participating in the program include AT&T, Cellcom, Cricket, Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular, and Verizon Wireless. The alerts are not sent via the traditional SMS pipes, and are instead delivered through a system that is not affected by network congestion. The WAE can also deliver both AMBER Alerts and Presidential Alerts. Wireless subscribers can opt out of AMBER and Weather Alerts but not Presidential Alerts.

Professional apps for Smart Phones

13 Jun

They are everywhere now QR codes, either found in an article or on a window of a retailer.  QR codes make it …read more

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