Growth Accelerates CellCast Solution Innovations

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Recent experiences with HTML5, branching logic in PowerPoints, Flash-based mobile content (today only on Froyo-based Android and newer Windows Mobile devices), even conversions of desktop bound content created in tools like Articulate Presenter/Engage/Quizmaker, Adobe Captivate and Dreamweaver and Trivantis Lectora Publisher have helped shape the way we deal with new and existing content and make it as mobile friendly as possible.

What is Mobile Learning? « Mobile Learning Blog

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1 In 2004, Duke University began giving iPods to freshmen, which were used for everything from reviewing pre-loaded orientation information to field recordings of notes, sounds, and audio data. More specifically, many popular mobile devices include: Apple iPod Touch Apple iPad Apple iPhone Android-powered Smartphones Android-powered Tablets Kno (no relation to KnowPro , my educational app company) Cameras, GPS devices, etc.

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Assistive Technology: Technology Predictions for 2010

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With Apple raising the bar with the iPhone we have seen a flurry of development and new smartphones are being released on a weekly basis. This year we saw the release of the BlackBerry Storm 2 as well as the Motorola Droid featuring the Android operating system from Google. at 10:41 AM Labels: Android , assistive technology , Blackberry Curve , Google , Google Apps , iphone , predictions , Project 2010 2comments: Dayna Anderson said.