Posts Tagged ‘Iphone’

Facebook is Launching App Center for Android, iPhone Now [REPORT]

Written by Local Marketing on June 8th, 2012. Posted in News

The Facebook app on your Android device, iPhone or iPad is about to get a lot more interesting.

Samsung's Galaxy S III teaser: A lame jab at Apple?

Written by Local Marketing on April 27th, 2012. Posted in News

The Korean cellphone maker has a history of taking shots at Apple and iPhone users, and its new grandiose ad is no different

Samsung's Galaxy S III teaser: A lame jab at Apple?

Written by Local Marketing on April 24th, 2012. Posted in News

The Korean cellphone maker has a history of taking shots at Apple and iPhone users, and its new grandiose ad is no different

Virtual assistants raise new issues of phone etiquette

Written by Local Marketing on December 3rd, 2011. Posted in News

The etiquette of talking to a phone — more precisely, to a “virtual assistant” like Apple’s Siri in the new iPhone 4S — has not yet evolved. And eavesdroppers are becoming annoyed

Turn Your iPad or iPhone into a Teleprompter

Written by Local Marketing on June 20th, 2011. Posted in News

Don’t have thousands of dollars for a Teleprompter? No problem. Our small business guru says that, with iPrompter, your iPad or iPhone can put the right words in your mouth. (50 mins ago)

MerchantCircle Launches Mobile App for Local Business Marketing

Written by Local Marketing on May 6th, 2011. Posted in News

New iPhone App Brings Small Business Marketing to Merchants on the Go, Allowing Them to Immediately Respond to Customer Inquiries, Stay on Top of Reviews and Instantly Create Deals, Photos and Status Updates and Publish These Across Multiple Social Networks (22 hours ago)

Iphone Versus Soviet Subterfuge Make Fukushima No Chernobyl

Written by Local Marketing on March 28th, 2011. Posted in News

Tamara Kruglikova waited days for Soviet officials to announce the Chernobyl nuclear disaster about 140 kilometers from her home. Hiroshi Ishikawa posts radiation levels every 30 seconds online to supplement Japanese government reports on the fallout from Fukushima. (35 mins ago)