StarMobile Announces Support For Apple Watch


Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) April 23, 2015

StarMobile®, Inc., the leading codeless, cloud-based solution that delivers enterprise mobility faster, simpler and at a lower cost than any other solution on the planet, has announced support for the Apple Watch™. The new functionality brings direct access from the Apple Watch to important features of mobile apps developed for iPhone® using the StarMobile platform, enabling users to interact with enterprise applications in new, exciting ways right from their wrist.

“StarMobile support for the Apple Watch goes well beyond simple ‘remote control’ of the iPhone it is paired with,” said StarMobile President and CEO Todd Fryburger. “Just as StarMobile integrates with the native device capabilities of any given endpoint – smartphone, tablet or PC – our platform now leverages features inherent to the Apple Watch, bi-directionally. This allows our customers to configure a whole new class of apps for enterprise mobility supporting a variety of new use cases.”

StarMobile is built on pioneering technology (five patents pending) that radically simplifies enterprise mobility by intelligently deriving the mobile app directly from the original application. Within the cloud, the solution employs a revolutionary remote computing protocol called “MORPH” to apply a series of transformations in real-time to render a user experience that is native to any endpoint, whether that is smartphone, tablet, PC or watch.

“The use of Apple Watch and other wearables in the enterprise presents a new frontier.” Fryburger added, “StarMobile is excited to help our customers realize the business benefits of utilizing such technology as we continue to be on the forefront of innovation for transforming traditional systems and tasks using mobile devices.”

StarMobile was recently named a “Cool Vendor in Mobile App Development, 2015” by Gartner.

For more information or to get started with a Free Trial, visit https://starmobileinc.com or follow us on twitter @StarMobileInc.

About StarMobile

StarMobile is a codeless, cloud-based solution that delivers enterprise mobility faster, simpler and at a lower cost than any other approach. Companies use StarMobile to dynamically transform any packaged on-premises or cloud-based application, or custom-built system, into a mobile application. StarMobile requires no changes to existing applications, no coding, no need for exotic skills or learning a new platform, no professional services, no re-building, simple configuration, low maintenance, no re-licensing, no app-specific downloads, with infinite scalability, end to end security, centralized mobile app management and provisioning, and detailed usage statistics, for any application, any use case, any mobile device, on any public, private or enterprise cloud platform. https://starmobileinc.com








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    Sunrise Hitek Releases the Ultimate Case for Chromebook Laptops


    Chicago, IL (PRWEB) April 21, 2015

    Chromebooks are quickly becoming the industry leader in laptops for students. Sunrise Hitek has created the ultimate Chromebook case, available in two sizes, for 11″ and 13″ computers (https://www.sunrisehitek.com/product/rugged-laptop-case). It’s compatible with virtually all MacBook, Chromebook, and Windows laptop computers on the market. On bulk orders, Sunrise can also custom manufacture cases for the customer’s exact computer model. Like all of Sunrise’s products, the Rugged Laptop Case can be customized with a school’s logo artwork, either by printing or embroidering, depending on quantity.

    Client feedback is integral to Sunrise Hitek and they designed the Rugged Laptop Case with many sharp features that they knew were important to customers. This case features a unique asset tracking tag pouch to make tracking effortless by a school or IT department. Made of ballistic nylon, the case is super tough on the outside, and its unique Cooling Channel technology both protects the laptop and keeps it running cool. A rigid frame system suspends the computer in the middle of the case, cushioning it from shocks and impacts. A reinforced carrying handle and shoulder strap make it convenient to carry.

    About Sunrise Hitek

    Sunrise Hitek’s üuber store, formerly known as iGear, is a leading maker of protective gear for Apple’s iPad. The brand changed to üuber when the company starting developing cases for other devices, such as the MacBook, Chromebook, and Samsung devices. Sunrise Hitek Group, LLC, owner of the üuber brand, also operates Sunrise Digital, a leading digital printing company based in Chicago. As a G7 Qualified Master Printer, Sunrise is uniquely qualified among protective gear makers to offer a wide array of customization options, ensuring the most consistent and accurate color reproduction. Sunrise is an Inc. 5000 company established in 1988 and employs the most advanced equipment and technology, such as G7-certified HP Indigo and UV flatbed presses, and digital die-cutting, to create best-in-class products. A privately-owned enterprise, the company is based in Chicago and sells products worldwide.








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      SLCC Names Artist/Activist, Entrepreneur/Tech Expert 2015 Distinguished Alumni


      Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) April 17, 2015

      Salt Lake Community College has named Ruby Chacon and Paul Mayne as its Distinguished Alumni. They will be recognized at SLCC’s 2015 Commencement Ceremony May 7 at the Maverik Center, 3200 South Decker Lake Drive, West Valley City.

      Chicana artist Ruby Chacon was told by an advisor that she would never finish high school and that she should just drop out. Even as she was walking for commencement, she thought it might be a mistake that she was being allowed to graduate. Her first college classes were in California, where she met a Chicano counselor who gave her the confidence to pursue a higher education. Chacon returned to Utah, attended SLCC and eventually graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Utah.

      Chacon grew up in a small “chaotic” house in Salt Lake City and didn’t have her own bedroom until she was a teen. She had to take turns with her younger sister sleeping on the sofa. “Artwork just kind of help me escape from all the chaos,” Chacon said. “Drawing was my privacy.” In a way, she said, art “chose” her, and it would one day become a “language” for her to give voice to and make sense of a world that, in her view, didn’t accurately represent her family or portray her heritage.

      After college Chacon began researching her family history as a means of developing a counter narrative to the damaging one that she says informed her identity while growing up Hispanic in a mostly homogeneous Salt Lake City. That path led her to central and southern Utah, where she heard about two aunts who were miners, how one of them opened her own restaurant and how a majority of her first cousins graduated from high school and in some cases college. Chacon learned about how her relatives were segregated in schools, told to drink from separate fountains and were hit for speaking Spanish in school. “I realized that the further away you are from knowing your own story and your history, the more it gets informed by someone else and the more of a devastating impact it has,” she said.

      Chacon took that realization and a reformed identity and poured it into her artwork, gradually making a name for herself in the Utah art community. She and her ex-husband Terry Hurst founded Mestizo Institute of Culture & Arts (MICA) in Salt Lake City to “enrich and celebrate” diverse cultures through the arts. Today MICA’s partners include the University of Utah’s University Neighborhood Partners, NeighborWorks Salt Lake, Gallery Stroll Salt Lake, and the Mestizo Coffeehouse. Chacon now lives in California and is working with a mentor who is teaching her the art of silk screening.

      Paul Mayne is founder and CEO of Bloom Built, creator of the hugely successful journaling application Day One, which last year earned the “Apple Design Award” and in 2012 the Apple App Store’s “App of the Year” award and has been downloaded more than 4 million times.

      Mayne took classes at SLCC that taught 3D animation, graphic design and how to author a CD Rom. “I had great professors who helped me realize what is possible,” Mayne said about his experience at SLCC. By 1999 he earned an associate of applied science degree while taking courses in SLCC’s architectural program. But he turned his interests toward graphic design and headed up the hill to the University of Utah, where he recalls being way ahead of other students due to completing his general studies first at SLCC. He eventually graduated from the U of U with a bachelor’s degree in graphic design.

      Mayne found jobs working as a visual designer, art director for an ad agency, an interactive designer and web developer. During that time an idea started brewing to develop a journaling app, which he pitched to people but never got anyone to “latch on” to the project. “I really wanted to start tracking things in my life to see if I could use that data to determine various things,” Mayne said. In December 2010 he took a month off and went to work out of his home, with the result being a journaling app that people can use for everything from fly fishing and cooking to traveling and tracking a child’s growth. In March 2011, Mayne introduced Day One.

      “It just kind of took off from there,” he said. It was featured as a “Showcase” app for the Mac and iPhone app stores. “That gets a lot of attention,” he said. The iPhone app started out at $ 1 and has gone up to $ 5 – for the Mac computer it costs $ 10. More than a million customers have paid for Day One, while more than 3 million were able to download it for free during a promotion. Sales these days are steady. “I thought sales would tail off,” Mayne said. “I was hopeful it would maintain. And then I realized I could build a business around it.” Mayne started Bloom Built with just himself and ran it out of his home. This year Mayne is building a two-story building in Lehi split into four areas that will also house his growing business, which is developing updates and companion pieces for Day One. “There’s a lot more potential that we really haven’t tapped into yet,” he said. “I love what I do.”

      Salt Lake Community College is an accredited, student-focused, urban college meeting the diverse needs of the Salt Lake community. Home to more than 60,000 students each year, the College is Utah’s leading provider of workforce development programs. SLCC is also the largest supplier of transfer students to Utah’s four-year institutions and a perennial Top 10 college nationally for total associate degrees awarded. The College is the sole provider of applied technology courses in the Salt Lake area, with multiple locations, an eCampus, and nearly 1,000 continuing education sites located throughout the Salt Lake Valley. Personal attention from an excellent faculty is paramount at the College, which maintains an average class size of 20.








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        MFI certified iPad Wired Keyboards from Sunrise Hitek are Great for Classroom and PARCC Testing


        Chicago, IL (PRWEB) April 15, 2015

        Tech accessory creator Sunrise Hitek debuts the exclusive wired keyboard. The keyboard construction is very similar to Apple’s OEM keyboard. The look is almost identical with the silver aluminum frame and white plastic keys. It is quite lightweight – in fact, it actually weighs in slightly less than the Apple keyboard. It offers the same dedicated short-cut keys that Mac users are used to for frequently used iOS functions. This keyboard also offers the smoothest typing experience of any third party keyboard. Basically, it combines the convenience of portability with the abilities of your desktop keyboard for the optimal user experience. Users can easily connect the keyboard to the iPad simply by plugging it in, and no batteries are need since the device draws power from the iPad. “The iPad Wired Keyboard is the perfect solution for Smarter Balanced Field Tests,” said Jimmy Sun, President of Sunrise Hitek. “Built to the same specifications as Apple’s OEM keyboard, the wired keyboard is a high quality, reliable keyboard with the smoothest typing experience of any third party keyboard.”

        Smarter Balanced is a state-led consortium developing assessments aligned to the Common Core State Standards in English language arts/literacy and mathematics that are designed to help prepare all students to graduate high school, enter college and become career-ready. The consortium recommends using a wired keyboard to ensure a reliable and efficient testing environment.

        Smarter Balanced Testing Device Requirements guideline points out, “While wireless keyboards are permissible, districts should be aware that high-density deployments of wireless keyboards and mice might interfere with each other or with the wireless network. Therefore, they should test the room configuration before the examination date and consider wired alternatives.”

        About Sunrise Hitek

        Sunrise Hitek’s üuber store, formerly known as iGear, is a leading maker of protective gear for Apple’s iPad. The brand changed to üuber when the company starting developing cases for other devices, such as the MacBook, Chromebook, and Samsung devices. Sunrise Hitek Group, LLC, owner of the üuber brand, also operates Sunrise Digital, a leading digital printing company based in Chicago. As a G7 Qualified Master Printer, Sunrise is uniquely qualified among protective gear makers to offer a wide array of customization options, ensuring the most consistent and accurate color reproduction. Sunrise is an Inc. 5000 company established in 1988 and employs the most advanced equipment and technology, such as G7-certified HP Indigo and UV flatbed presses, and digital die-cutting, to create best-in-class products. A privately-owned enterprise, the company is based in Chicago and sells products worldwide.








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          Consumer Electronics Sector Reviewed by Euromonitor in New Market Research Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com


          London, UK (PRWEB) April 15, 2015

          Connected devices like tablets and smartphones are driving the sales volume of electronic devices, with wearable electronics growing in popularity toward the end of forecasted period. However, the market is poised to be driven by low-cost smartphones with which Apple does not compete.

          The cost of developing an operating system (OS) for tablets, smartphones and wearable electronics is excessively high for a great many smaller sized manufacturers. Android keeps on dominating the market as the preferred choice of ready-made OS. However, this renders product differentiation difficult, therefore requiring enhanced functionality. Cost is still the main reason why manufacturers have a bad time differentiating.

          Local manufacturers can achieve a competitive advantage over worldwide producers by offering products based on country specific requirements, as well as by targeting their products and marketing messages at a particular customer segment.

          Alongside offering cost-competitive products, manufacturers must work to build loyalty to their brands and draw in their customers in order to expand market share.

          New market research report “How New Companies Can be Successful in Tablets and Smartphones” prepared by Euromonitor International is now available at MarketPublishers.com.

          Report Details:

          Title: How New Companies Can be Successful in Tablets and Smartphones

          Published: April, 2015

          Pages: 38

          Price: US$ 1,200.00

          https://marketpublishers.com/report/it-technology/consumer_electronics/how-new-companies-can-be-successful-in-tablets-n-smartphones-euromonitor.html

          The research report presents an up-close look at how some smaller-sized manufacturers are able to carve out a niche and even compete with entrenched companies such as Apple and Samsung.

          The study presents a detailed picture of the consumer electronics industry and market worldwide, provides insights into leading geographies, identifies major growth categories, examines the most burning issues and prevailing trends, as well as analyses key factors driving the change in the sector. It provides an in-depth understanding of the competitive environment, the leading players in the market and top brands. The research publication provides extensive five-year forecasts to illustrate how the marketplace is expected to evolve in the next few years, along with investigating success criteria.

          Reasons To Buy:


              The report provides a detailed guide to the global market for consumer electronics.
              The study contains valuable historical and current data with respect to the market.
              Key growth sectors and factors stimulating the sector’s growth are outlined and analysed in the report.
              Coverage of the competitive environment is provided in the study.
              In-depth review of the different case studies is available.
              The report contains a 5-year forecast of the development of the market.

          More new studies by the publisher can be found at Euromonitor page.








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