In 2006, Blackberry devices dominated the global enterprise and business community. From small to medium enterprises, including the Fortune 500 global companies, Blackberry handsets were the top choice for office/field productivity with 10 millions users in 2007, due to its high security and encryption level (which can protect one’s private data), intuitive smartphone applications such […]
Yes indeed, I take notice when I see maps of things I really enjoy, like beer and coffee! Enter these maps showing “walkable regions” for independent coffee shops in major Metropolitan areas like Brooklyn, Portland, and Seattle.
There’s no doubt that GeoGeeks like beer and the BeerGeek in me also digs maps so when you combine beer + maps you definitely have a winner – enter BreweryMap! This awesome service does a great job at mapping all the breweries in north America – and then some! Search an area and voila, using […]
Summer is a great time to load up on those handy mobile travel apps. Just in time for Memorial Day and the unofficial kick-off of summer, Sprint has shared a few tips for road warriors. Taking a road trip this summer? Here are some suggestions: The TripIt trip planner helps you organize, plan and store […]
A little fun here as I share a pic I snapped walking through our urban core and stumbled onto a cool, little shop that was enticing people in by using Globes. Not just any globe, this place had a pretty cool piece that had a distinct red flavor going on along with a nice, metal […]