Enterprise Mobility: iPad Challengers, Windows Phone 7 Devices Absent at CTIA Event

 
 
By Cameron Sturdevant  |  Posted 2010-10-06
 
 
 

iPad Challengers, Windows Phone 7 Devices Absent at CTIA Event

by Cameron Sturdevant

iPad Challengers, Windows Phone 7 Devices Absent at CTIA Event

Aisle411

This location-based shopping app locates items in retail stores. Shown here is information on a search for double-sided tape in a big box store using an Apple iPad.

Aisle411

Seven

Claiming to be the "push everything" platform, Seven showed off all the messaging sources that were combined onto this iPhone app.

Seven

Navteq

The B2B navigation application is launching in the U.S. and hopes OEMs will like giving users real-time driving directions as a friend would speak as opposed to a robot.

Navteq

KineticD

This remote desktop access tool enables remote desktop connection from an iPhone/iPad app.

KineticD

StartTalking

The battle for effective voice recognition is being played out on the battlefield of handsfree messaging, especially for people who are also driving.

StartTalking

Damaka

Video conferencing that adds the ability to "sweep" a conversation from a desktop to a mobile device and carry the conversation to your next meeting or, again, into your car.

Damaka

MiFi

Create a local wireless hotspot. Enterprise management features are said to be on the way.

MiFi

Rocket Fuel