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Best Honeycomb apps for social networking, productivity, and reading

One of the most common, if not the top, drawback in buying an Android-powered tablet would be the shortage of apps in the Market. That is, of course, compared to the number of apps ...
by MinaAugust 31, 20112

How To Use Your Android Phone For Business

While Android is indeed becoming more and more popular by the minute, it still isn’t the platform businesses rely on for their mobile needs. BlackBerry, because of their robust ...
by glennMay 14, 20114

Video: TouchDown Exchange client getting speech abilities and new Android 2.0 features

TouchDown by My personal favorite app for the Android platform, the TouchDown Microsoft Exchange client by, is getting a ...
by Michael OrylDecember 3, 2009154

NitroDesk updates Exchange client: TouchDown for Android

NitroDesk have updated their Exchange client with push support for Android to its third generation. Back at the end of March we brought you news about its launch, but the newer ...
by James TromansApril 26, 2009161

NitroDesk releases new Exchange client with push support to Android Market

For many a business user, the thing that has kept them from considering the Android platform is the lack of solid, and complete, Exchange support.  One of the early Exchange client ...
by Michael OrylMarch 23, 2009163

Interview with Goutham Sukumar: Developer of the TouchDown Exchange client for Android

Goutham Sukumar of NitroDesk Today, we were able to get an interview with Goutham Sukumar from NitroDesk, the developer of TouchDown. As many of ...
by Nicholas AhnNovember 29, 20083

NitroDesk launches TouchDown Exchange client for Android

NitroDesk, a company that specializes in web-services, has just released TouchDown – the first Microsoft Exchange client for the Android OS. TouchDown, unlike other released ...
by Nicholas AhnNovember 21, 20081594
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