You may or may not have heard a bit of news a week ago about for formation of LightSquared, a new company that has big plans for the competitive industry of wireless mobile internet. As the era of 4G draws closer and closer, LightSquared is attempting to position themselves as a (or perhaps even the) [...]
It turns out that the iPhone’s external antenna – the metal band wrapped around the phone – was causing signal trouble when gripped by the lower left corner. This was the driving factor in Consumer Report’s decision to not recommend the iPhone 4 to its readers.
The mobile operating system has become a ‘hotspot’ of competition between companies seeking to lead the way in the ever-growing smartphone market, particularly between Apple iOS and Google Android
At Morton, we pride ourselves on our proactive nature with clients, as well as our ability to prioritize tasks and act quickly. Our consultants embody these qualities and it shows in their work. But not every day goes off without a hitch; and that’s when work habits kick into overdrive. We all deal with distractions, emergencies (real or imagined), the constant influx of emails and phone calls; the list goes on and on. Somehow, though, the work has to get done.
With the release of each new version of Microsoft Office, there is a period of exploration and evaluation for the new version. What’s changed? What’s been fixed? What got broken? Is it easier to use? And most important of all: Are the new features worth the cost of upgrading?