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Top 5 Productivity Apps for Business Owners

Ruben Corbo writes:

As a business owner, you know that being out of the office can cost you customers and productivity. However, in this digital age being out of the office doesn’t mean that you have to be away from your business. By downloading apps specifically for business, you can be productive from anywhere. Here are my top 5 apps for mobile business productivity.

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Leading artists join a new digital marketplace to put art on mobile devices

A number of leading contemporary artists - including Mat Collishaw, Michael Craig-Martin, Tracey Emin, Shepard Fairey, Damien Hirst, Isaac Julien, Tim Noble & Sue Webster, Bill Viola and Wim Wenders - are offering limited edition digital art via a new gallery/store called s[edition].

Collectors can browse through digital works, with images available to view on almost any smartphone, tablet or other connected device owned or controlled by the collector.

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Global Mobile Marketing Award winners announced by MMA

The Mobile Marketing Association has announced the winners of the 7th Annual Global Mobile Marketing Awards for Innovation, Creativity and Leadership; awards that are now known (and trademarked) as The Smarties.

There are a total of 56 winners of awards designed to recognise the best mobile marketing from around the world.

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Gametel accessory turns Android phones into game consoles

This week Swedish gaming peripheral company Fructel has launched a Bluetooth wireless controller for Android handsets and tablets.

The Gametel can clip to the edge of an Android smartphone, transforming it into a game device that bears more than a passing resemblance to the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play.

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Ombudsman Services asks mobile operators to take care with 'unlimited' data deals

Ombudsman Services, one of the independent consumer dispute resolution services that operates as an alternative to the courts, is asking mobile operators to reduce the risk of ‘bill shock’ from internet services.

It says network operators should be very clear about any limits on tariffs and should act quickly to stop large unexpected charges from building up.

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