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BorrowBox App

Activity 2: Learn to use BorrowBox App

Topic: Mobile technologies

This post will explain my experience in installing and using the BorrowBox app by Bolinda recently made available through my local library. 682 more words

Accessing Publisher Resources via a Mobile Device: A User’s Journey by Michael Clarke @mtclarke

  • Step 1: Google search on intermittent stem cell cycling to look for article mentioned by a colleague.
  • Step 2: Land on article at publisher website. Look at author list.
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Is Your Library Mobile-Friendly? by David Lee King

I’d guess that you have quite a few library patrons using your library’s website through their favorite mobile device – either a smartphone or a tablet. 290 more words

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Mobile Technologies (8878)

Mobile Technologies (8878)

Assignment 1

Submission date: 23:55 Sunday 10/04/2016 (Week 8)

Type: Individual assignment

Total mark: 20                  

Proportion of unit assessment: 20%

Application and Tool… 499 more words

Mobile Communication Technology

Mobile communication technology is a term that is basically given to the technology used as the communication mode for the portable devices such as cellular phones, laptops, palmtops, digital assistants, global positioning systems, wireless card payment systems etc.There are many technologies that are used in communication of these devices such as wireless fidelity (Wi-Fi), GSM services (2G and 3G), GPRS, Bluetooth, Virtual Private Networks, dial up modems etc. 469 more words

Atılım mPad

2000’li yıllardan itibaren birçok farklı alandaki (ticaret, bankacılık, sağlık, güvenlik, eğitim) iş akışları İnternet tabanlı bir altyapıya sahip olmuştur. Günümüzde bu yapının mobil cihazlardan da erişilebilir olması ile mevcut yapılanma içerisinde ek düzenlemelere ihtiyaç duyulmaya başlanmıştır. 131 more words


The best #PasswordManagers and how to use them

IT’S AN INTERCONNECTED world out there, and while it might be more convenient if one company acted as the gatekeeper for the array of services you subscribe to, overall it would probably mean that the technology of the future would be boring and homogenized.  111 more words