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Guest Post July 9-10, 2013
San Francisco, CA

Tickets On Sale Now

Jon Metzler is president of San Francisco consultancy Blue Field Strategies.

It’s amazing to think it’s been just six years and seven versions since the iPhone launched in June, 2007.…

    

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OK, travel pro. You’ve mastered the art of removing your shoes and belt without holding up the line at the airport. You can ask for directions in five different languages. You can pack a week’s worth of clothing in your laptop bag, if needed. But are you prepared to charge all your gadgets on the go, at the same time? Maybe you need one of these tiny electronic hubs.

When purchasing your travel-sized toiletries, don’t forget to pick up one of these hubs that are perfect for any trip. Each is small enough to slip into a carry-on or your pocket, and you’ll be the envy of the airport lounge Read more…More about Travel, Gadgets, Tech, Hubs, and Mobile

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How to use your phone to get things done: Any.DO’s daily moment
A nifty little update to one of my favorite free task management smartphone apps makes it even better. Both the latest iPhone and Android versions of Any.DO help bring focus to daily tasks with a fun feature called Any.DO Moment.
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Top 10 Android application I use

I’m an avid fan of Android platform. I was an avid fan of Windows Mobile 2003 SE edition on a Harrier device for approx 6 years, until the Telco’s network type migration forced me to move on. I had an iPhone 4S which literally went down the drain a couple of years ago (had it for about a month). Was a very hard time for me – I guess my brain is wired differently. I had absolutely no problem with Android first time use. I still have an iPhone and an iPad for testing,… Continue reading