From the category archives:

Mobile Women

Smartphones: Moms’ Remote Control for Life

Adoption of smartphones among moms in America has risen 64% over the past 2 years.

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Doctor by Day, Developer by Night

Gregory P. Moore is a self-proclaimed geek. He is also a busy guy. He’s got a family. He’s got a full time job as a physician with James River Obstetrics & Gynecology in Richmond, Virginia. And app development? Well, that’s just something he does on the side.

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Will 2012 Be The Year of [Women in] Mobile?

Veronica Sonsev and the leadership team at Women in Wireless strive to change the face of the mobile industry.

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Mobile Sensing with Smartphones

Deborah Estrin PhD, Founding Director, Center for Embedded Networked Sensing (CENS) talks about how smartphones and mobile Apps are powerful sensing & data collection tools.

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The Pulse of Mobile Health

Patty Mechael carved an hour out of her busy schedule last week to chat with me about how the demand for mobile health has become incredibly strong in the last twelve months and how getting wedded to a particular system can be a big mistake.

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Mobile Reshapes Museum Experiences

Nancy Proctor, Director of Mobile at the Smithsonian Institution, talks about why mobility and portability are important to museums.

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Katrin Verclas,

Changing The World With Mobile

Two years before anyone had ever held an iPhone, Katrin Verclas was searching the world to find the people and organizations that were using mobile technology to make a social impact.

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