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Dynatrace Mobile APM Client provides IT Operations with ubiquitous access to application performance data through information gathered and analyzed...
MakerQuest is actually two apps in one its both a handy scheduler and a challenging game!Use MakerQuest to scope out all there is to see and do at...
Simply The Best is the app for attendees of the Simply The Best Party held at the Art Van showroom in Warren, Michigan. The app allows attendees to...
A phone App to keep in touch with Ohio State Government Officials. In addition to getting information about the elected officials and current...
One tap access to all the information a fan could want.Gives you mobile access to everything you need to follow the Plymouth Whalers including...
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Maybe tech is one of the answers to bankruptcy? Motor City hosts a daylong hackathon geared toward encouraging developers and designers to create new apps.
Consumers also spend a little more per order shopping online compared with last year, according to the latest data from IBM.
Apple's tablet was speediest at loading Web pages when compared with a range of smartphones analyzed by Compuware.
Application and testing firm finalizes $295 million purchase of Web optimization firm. Compuware brings aboard all of Gomez's 272 employees.
Application management firm Compuware is buying Web optimization company Gomez for $295 million to offer customers a unified approach toward optimizing their applications.
In today's podcast, we talk about AT&T allowing VoIP apps to run on its network, allowing services like Skype to work over 3G, and not just Wi-Fi--as well as some of today's top stories.
A new survey blames lost data on negligent insiders, outsourcing, and malicious employees.
It seems like security and log management are great businesses to be; however, a few vendors that should be in the security and log management space remain on the sideline.
In 2008, you might just see a couple of deals that break the traditional pattern of mergers and acquisitions, says Jon Oltsik.
Open-records laws in Ohio mean anyone can follow the machines' paper trail to see who voted for which candidates. Image: Ohio's e-voting problems