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The Five Best Mobile Productivity Apps Of 2012

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by agluck     December 26, 2012      0.0 (0) 2012 ushered in the arrival of many killer apps for business users, tools that can save time, lower costs, and turbocharrge your overall productivity. Best of all, those that aren't free cost only a few bucks.

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The Best Way To Use Gmail And Google Calendar On Your iPhone

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by agluck     December 05, 2012      0.0 (0) Android users can use Gmail, Google Contacts, and Google Calendar out of the box, but setting them up on an iPhone is more work. However, if you integrate your apps with Google’s servers just right, you get better battery life, reports

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Can BlackBerry Come Back? Would You Buy One?

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by agluck     December 04, 2012      0.0 (0) An extreme geek today was making a case for the return of BlackBerry. This is a guy who carries around a Samsung Galaxy Note as well as a BlackBerry Playbook and who has spent the last two decades as a programmer and Web developer.

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BlackBerry-Maker RIM Shows Off New Operating System Due 1Q13; It Looks Great But Do You Care?

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by agluck     October 10, 2012      0.0 (0) BlackBerry-maker, Research In Motion, showed off its new operating system yesterday and it looks very good, but is it too late? With Android and iPhone dominating the smartphone market, and Microsoft soon to release a new generation of mobile devices that sync with Office, do you care about what BlackBerry is doing?  

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Turn Your Old iPod Into A New iPhone Using FreedomPop

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by agluck     September 22, 2012      0.0 (0) A $99 iPhone sleeve case turns an iPod Touch (generation 4) into an iPhone with the connection speed of iPhone5 plus 1GB of free data every month, enough for basic email and iMessage texting -- all for less than $100 and without a contractual commitment.

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