Posts Tagged: Blackberry

Wanted: cities and counties for co-creation of Gov2.0 iPhone App

DotGov, inc. is currently developing a Gov2.0 mobile platform for iPhone, Android and Blackberry. This innovative mobile app will bring your city/county services to the mobile phones of your citizens. We are looking for 5 local government organizations to participate in the creation process. Who can apply? We would like to invite 3 towns orRead… Read more »

Crackberries

My son got a new phone; he chose a Blackberry. You ever notice that folks who have these NEVER stop fiddling with them? Waiting in line, on the subway, ESPECIALLY in meetings, Blackberry owners are constantly surfing, reading email, playing Tetris, doing God knows what, instead of paying attention to where they are and whatRead… Read more »

Technology in Law Enforcement. What about Web 2.0?

Technology in Law Enforcement? I was having a conversation the other day with a newly appointed Chief of Police, Ray Douglas, from a small town close to Memphis. This newly sworn-in Chief was going through the process of determining what capabilities his staff had and what they lacked. During my conversation with Ray, I askedRead… Read more »

Microsoft FutureFed: Is there another option for Obama when it comes to mobile e-mail?

There has been a fair amount of speculation around whether or not President-elect Obama will choose to (or even be able to) use a mobile device, as he’s accustomed to doing, once he takes the oath of office. As we saw during his campaign, traditional ways of getting things done will likely be challenged andRead… Read more »