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  • How does a smartphone or tablet interact with a wireless paper pen drive?

    In our college, I'm doing a seminar on wireless paper pen drive. I read as smartphones interact with paper pen drives without any physical connection between them. How it is possible? Please send me information.

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  • Love Android

    Hi sir, after I boot my phone, it doesn't work after starting the phone and than it goes off. It does it again and again. Please help me

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  • Your mobile device security policy

    From a security perspective, how are you dealing with employees that want to bring in their own personal devices? http://searchmidmarketsecurity.techtarget.com/news/article/0,289142,sid198_gci1510987,00.html

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  • Is Samsung taking the smartphone mantle from Apple?

    According to a recent study released by the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI), Samsung tops the charts in smartphone satisfaction. The Samsung Galaxy S III, along with the manufacturer's Galaxy Note II phablet, beat Apple’s iPhone 5 in user satisfaction ratings.With the recent news...

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  • Have you held back on buying a new smartphone in 2013?

    According to Gartner's Worldwide IT Spending Forecast, spending on mobile devices is set to increase by 6.5% in 2014 to $740bn, compared to $695bn in 2013. Richard Gordon, research vice-president at Gartner, said: “We are seeing a lower growth in 2013 due to spending being deferred due to folks...

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  • Is iPhone 4 enterprise-ready? Weigh in.

    Despite reports that iPhone has doubled in the enterprise since a year ago, many still think the latest Apple magic device isn't quite enterprise-ready. If you don't have much faith in iPhone for enterprise, which smartphone do you trust in your business as a corporate device?

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  • What are the plans to support other devices with virtualization – like netbooks, smartphones, etc.?

    What are the plans to support other devices with virtualization – like netbooks, smartphones, etc.? This question is from the 7/30 Microsoft Virtualization Chat on ITKnowledgeExchange.com

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  • ActiveSync/Mail for Exchange : Display name not sync with gal

    SBS 2003 (Exchange 2003 sp2) Hi, I installed an SBS 2003 and all work fine. Now, I have 2 smartphone: 1 nokia and 1 htc (wm6.1) For nokia I use Mail for Exchange to synchronise mails, contacts and calendar For htc, I use ActiveSync. All sync works fine *** but *** I have 1 issue: * I defined some...

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  • if I have a exchange 2003 server running with wm/pos phones, can I install blackberry software on this exchange server

    I was wondering if I have a exchange 2003 server running with wm/pos phones, can I install blackberry software on this exchange server for some blackberry clients while still providing push to my wm/pos smartphones?

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