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 Eric Zeman

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Eric is a freelance writer for InformationWeek specializing in mobile technologies.
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posted in July 2008

Review: iPhone Apps Store

7/29/2008
The best part of iPhone firmware 2.0 is its ability to access the iPhone Apps Store. You want apps? It's got apps. The store is sheer, addictive fun. Here is an in-depth review of how it all works.

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Mobile E-Mail For Cost-Conscious Enterprises

7/2/2008
No high-end smartphone? No problem. Standard consumer-grade mobile phones from Nokia, Motorola, LG, Samsung, and other vendors are capable of syncing with Exchange servers, empowering mobile e-mail for nearly anyone who needs it.

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