Apple's App Store is a frantic place. There’s no good way to keep track of what’s new or what’s changed among the more than 700,000 apps in there. For instance, when a great app goes free for a promotion, wouldn’t you like to know about it?
Email blasts may seem like the out-of-touch old fogey of online marketing, but there's a reason they keep hanging around: They still work. But that doesn't mean most businesses understand how to get the most out of them.
How often do you upgrade still-functioning technology? "If you use your smartphone only to check e-mail on the train, you could be perfectly fine upgrading it every three years. But if you use it nearly every waking moment, it makes sense to upgrade every 20 months — or even annually."
"The BlackBerry was once proudly carried by the high-powered and the elite. But as Nicole Perlroth reports in Tuesday’s New York Times, those who still hold one today say the device has become a magnet for mockery and derision from those with iPhones and the latest Android phones."~New York Times
Best is a subjective term: What one person thinks is best, another person might declare hogwash. Asked to name the best smartphone, three people will give three answers. And none of them will be wrong.
The internet is a wonderful source to grab information from. No matter whether you are a student, a professional teacher, an employee or a businessman; you can take whatever information you want by simply Google it.