Mobility Matters Now Online!

Hit the refresh button, Mobility Matters is now sending data into the World Wide Web! Mobility Matters is about everything Smart Phone, Tablet, Laptop, Apps, Web Programming, Social Networking, and anything else mobile that I find of interest.

To briefly introduce myself, my name is Mike Pidanick, I currently work as a System Analyst for eBusiness in the health insurance industry. I am also an entrepreneur preparing to launch my own web development company! I am always striving to unlock more and more of my potential and to be the very best that I can be. I am a gadget and technology enthusiast with a particular interest in Smart Phones, Tablets and Web Technologies.

My main gear consists of a Dell Studio 1749 Laptop running Windows 7 which I love so far and my trusty BlackBerry Tour 9630, which while no longer top of the line has been a faithful friend none the less.

I hope to share many types of articles with you including news, trends, opinions, reviews, and how to articles, to name just a few of the things you will find on Mobility Matters. So let’s uncork the champagne and kick things off with the news of the day:

Blackberry Traffic was released today into the Blackberry App Store. It is a free app, but I have not yet had the chance to try it out. If you give this a test drive be sure to let us know what you think.

Plan your route before you head out and make the most of your time. BlackBerry Traffic allows you to do the following:

  • Get an ETA ahead of time
  • View traffic conditions, road closures and construction
  • Receive location based offers and promotions
  • Find alternate routes ahead of time based on traffic
  • Send preset messages to let others know your ETA

System RequirementsTo use BlackBerry Traffic, you will need the following1:

  • A GPS-enabled BlackBerry smartphone (excluding BlackBerry® Pearl™ and BlackBerry® Pearl™ Flip smartphones)
  • BlackBerry® Device Software v4.6 or later
  • BlackBerry® Maps installed

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Thank you for joining me for my inaugural blog post here on Catholic Tech Talk’s Mobility Matters! It is a real pleasure for me to be working with Craig and all the members of this community.

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