Profile of Esther Shein
News & Commentary Posts: 272
Esther Shein has extensive experience writing and editing for both print and the web with a focus on business and technology as well as education and general interest features.
Articles by Esther Shein
posted in August 2010
Coupons.com data, based upon the number of coupons printed or saved to store loyalty cards in various categories, indicates distinctions between the users of the two mobile operating systems.
The wireless retailer is making the popular Android handset available for a limited time, but only to its friends on the social networking site.
Sprint's list price for the smartphone with a new service plan is $249.99, but Amazon is advertising the handset with the same terms for $50 less.
Android 2.2-powered device takes on the iPad with a front-facing camera, Wi-Fi, 3G, and 1080p high-definition playback.
Customers will be chosen to install chips into smartphones, which they will wave at point-of-sale devices in stores to complete purchases.
Leaked handset roster details the carrier’s release plans well into 2012.
Salute handset marks first-time partnership with the Chinese-based telecom firm.
T-Mobile's domestic version of the Samsung Galaxy S smartphone is garnering favorable reviews and unbeatable pricing.
'Affordable' Android 2.1 smartphone is the first to have enhanced Motoblur.
A German consumer electronics website displayed photos and a product description of the new mouse that is expected to include Microsoft's BlueTrack advanced optics technology.
The Android-powered device will run at 4G speeds, says the carrier's teaser site.
The $549 device, which boasts entertainment features, Symbian^3 operating system, will be delivered in late September.
CEO Jerry Shen's post-earnings call comments indicate that several tablet computers will be released by the computer maker, including a 10-inch Android tablet and a 12-inch touchscreen model.
More than 30% of users in an online forum poll indicated they have cracks near the power button on the handset that was released by Sprint in June.
Shoppers will receive rewards and coupons from retailers based on their location via speakers that project inaudible, coded sound to smartphone microphones.
Demand for slate-style tablets and eReaders driving opportunity for semiconductor suppliers, says iSuppli.
E-commerce growth will be fueled by sites optimized for handheld devices, finds Adobe survey.
Nearly 75% say they will fund at least part of the cost of job-related hardware -- if they can choose what they use, finds Unisys.
Enterprises are spending an average of $120 a month per mobile employee and few companies conduct mobile connectivity cost audits, according to an iPass survey.
Half of all U.S. mobile phone users will be accessing the internet from their handsets by 2013, finds eMarketer.
Businesses buying more of the mobile devices than consumers, but the overall trend will begin to decline by 2011, predicts research firm Techaisle.
Vendor partners helping to bring out enterprise resource planning and customer relationship management mobile apps on Sybase's Unwired Platform.
Revenues from high-definition personal video recorders are projected to rise dramatically by 2014, while standard definition set top box revenue plummets, according to research firm In-Stat.
Machine-to-machine communication, mobile banking, and wireless sensor networks also on the rise over the next decade, says Plunkett Research.
While iPhone users generate less income, on average, than Verizon smartphone owners, they are also more susceptible to bill shock, finds Validas.
Frost & Sullivan projects radio frequency identification revenue to more than triple from 2008 to 2016 as technology is adopted across verticals.
Disappointing paid subscriber levels attributed to prevalence of 3G, 4G and Wi-Fi, finds Juniper Research.
The mobile devices should gain nearly 9% over 2009, with some makers reporting 30% growth, finds VDC Research.
Users can scan 2D QR and datamatrix codes and 1D UPC and EAN barcodes in magazines, stores and online using the free downloadable app.