Companies advertise for many reasons. To create or reinforce a favorable impression of their brand, for instance. But mainly they advertise to sell products. Associating advertising with sales is problematic, however. How does the advertiser really know whether an ad influenced a purchase? And can new ad vehicles like tablets be more effective?
With well over 100 tablets of all shapes, sizes, purposes, and operating systems, CES 2012 was more tablet-oriented than even TabTimes expected. In an effort to boil things down a bit for the more professionally-inclined, we're picking six tablets as the best and most newsworthy from the show.
Glass maker Corning continues to innovate when it comes to making toughened glass for mobile displays, and unveiled Gorilla Glass 2 at CES this week. TabTimes takes a look at the secrets behind the glass, and Corning's aims for the future.
This whitepaper profiles the Panasonic Toughpad, and how its unique and durable features, combined with mobile business solutions, are allowing field workers in rugged conditions to get more done: view it now.
In the world of rugged mobile devices, words like MIL-STD and IP ratings are frequently used without explanation. This whitepaper will help you navigate the terms and acronyms so you can make informed decisions: view it now.