May 5, 2021

New Survey Findings: iPhone Passes Blackberry Amongst Mobile Employees (U.S.)

From an iPass Blog Post: In this quarter’s iPass Mobile Workforce Report, released today, we found that 95 percent of mobile workers have smartphones, and 91 percent use them for work– a 26 percent rise compared to 2010. But the big news is 8 percent –the number of mobile employees with provisioned smartphones has declined […]

New Report from Pew Internet: Smartphone Adoption and Usage (U.S.)

From the Overview: In its first standalone measure of smartphone ownership, the Pew Internet Project finds that one third of American adults – 35% – own smartphones. The Project’s May survey found that 83% of US adults have a cell phone of some kind, and that 42% of them own a smartphone. That translates into […]

Digitized Medical Books: National Library of Medicine Releases "Turning the Pages" iPad App

From NLM: The National Library of Medicine, a component of the National Institutes of Health, announces the release of a new Turning the Pages “app” for the iPad. The application is free and features selections from three rare books from the Library’s collection. All three books first appeared on NLM’s Turning the Pages kiosks and […]

Cleveland History Goes Mobile With Official Launch of New App For iPhone and Android

Ohio history is hot! This is the third post in the past week having something to do with the topic Today’s News From the Cleveland Plain Dealer: The Cleveland Historical app,  [was] formally launched [Thursday] by the Department of History at Cleveland State University, so far contains 400 oral histories, 60 videos and more than […]

New: Social Security Administration Releases iPhone App With 130 Years of Popular Baby Name Info

The Social Security Administration compiles records of baby names and just last week released their annual list of the most popular names of 2010. Today, we’ve learned about their new and free Baby Name Playroom iPhone app. From a USA.gov Web Page: Search the most popular baby names of the past 130 years using official […]