Tag Archives: smartphones

Mobile Apps Get Ice Cream Sandwich Update

This is starting to read like a food blog with all the Ice Cream Sandwich posts! On the heels of the update of our Hotmail app for Android to support Android 4.0 (also known as Ice Cream Sandwich or ICS), … Continue reading

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Open Channel as the NEXT B!G IDEA!

SEVEN Open Channel is in the running for this year’s CTIA B!G Idea Contest and now is your chance to vote! To be considered for the contest, companies had to display innovative ideas for products, apps or services that “embody … Continue reading

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Make Room for New Android Apps with Ping!

According to USA Today, a majority of smartphone owners open only five or fewer apps per week. So, what’s a busy social media user to do if they want to download the latest game or app and not crowd off … Continue reading

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Engaging our Carrier Customer and their Users

We recently demoed the latest version of Ping, our social messaging application to one of our North American carrier customers. It was interesting to get direct feedback on some of the challenges carriers are experiencing with the mass adoption of … Continue reading

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The New Ping will Set Your Heart on Fire!

Everyone loves to win, that’s why we’re offering up a hot new Kindle Fire for Ping users! We’ve just released a whole new suite of features including access to Facebook and Twitter as well custom themes/moods. The mood feature enables … Continue reading

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Meet with us at Mobile World Congress 2012!

It’s hard to believe that this year’s MWC is just a few weeks away! If you plan on attending this year we encourage you to stop by our Pavilion on the Main Avenue at AV41 as you enter or exit … Continue reading

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Cooperation Hasn’t Emerged as The Answer to Mobile Traffic Overload

The news from the frontlines of the impending network overload seems to be getting more grim. Not only does the march of data hogging device continue to gain momentum, but now there are reports that the industry is getting cold … Continue reading

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