Updated on May 16, 2012Military apps for soldiers

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Finally, New York City subway stations will be wired with cell phone service. We say finally, because NYC is practically the last big city to have cell phone service underground. Services began in 2006 for San Francisco, and in 2007 for Boston subway stations.

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Boingo Wireless, Inc. has released their Wi-Fi trends identified from hundreds of hotspots, and 60 managed networks located in airports.

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Pongr’s (an image-recognition technology and mobile marketing company) has developed the “Snap and Send” campaign, which is being used by Pepsi this fall. This fun mobile phone game is not only to promote Pepsi, but also Simon Cowell’s, THE X FACTOR. Approximately 300 million Pepsi ads are being processed with THE X FACTOR promotion.

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Non-profit organizations are slowly but surely becoming more technology based. Right now it is important for non-profits to consider mobile applications to help reach a higher community and longer lasting supporters.

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