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Data showing mobile carriers are preferred trade-in option released by HYLA Mobile (formerly eRecyclingCorps) with announcement of new brand by market leader in mobile technology reuse DALLAS,
Latest Addition to Portfolio of Free, Smart Wi-Fi Mobile Applications Enables Faster, Easier Remote Installation and Configuration of Ruckus Access Points Using Mobile Devices SUNNYVALE,
New solution provides scriptless automated mobile app testing on real mobile devices for HP ALM customers, dramatically compressing mobile app release cycles DENVER and ATLANTA, Sept.
Mobile Devices in the Workplace: How to Mitigate a Major Patient Privacy/Security Risk, the latest report in Atlantic Information Services’ Management Insight Series, examines the problems associated
New Six-Minute Assessments Designed Specifically for Mobile Devices Charleston, SC (PRWEB) August 25, 2014 Finding the best fit employees in the service
4INFO has tied 152 million mobile devices to 101 million U.S. households — without the need for cookies or probabilistic modeling across Wi-Fi signals.
Oxygen Forensics announces the release of Oxygen Forensic® Passware® Analyst, a new mobile forensic tool integrating Oxygen’s award-winning acquisition and analytic tools with Passware’s
Passware integrates its password recovery module into Oxygen software to provide complete solution for mobile forensics - Oxygen Forensic® Passware® Analyst MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Aug.
For the first time, real-time speech-based text scrolling is a reality on mobile devices. New York, NY (PRWEB) August 14, 2014
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