Content about mobile device

April 7, 2014

Sponsored by the National Hardware Show, coming to Las Vegas May 6-8.

The True Temper SnoBoss is lightweight but heay duty, with an easy-to-use and ergonomic design. New Product Showcase is sponsored by the National Hardware Show, coming to Las Vegas, May 6-8. 

November 11, 2013

There’s news in the battery aisle with the introduction of Rayovac’s portable mobile charging devices.

The division of Spectrum Brands will unveil its lineup of charging devices at CES Unveiled New York.

Rayovac’s new offerings include the 7 Hour Power Recharge mobile device charger, the Phone Boost 800 mobile device charger, Power Packs and Car and Wall USB Power Chargers, each providing users with improved power and performance.

April 5, 2012

Dublin, Calif.-based Epicor has made available mobile versions of its software solutions for manufacturing, distribution and retail.

Developed by the dedicated Epicor mobile development team, Mobile Manager for Catalyst and ECS Pro allows storeowners and managers to get more done by serving them real-time information on their Android or Apple smartphone or tablet. Managers can respond to customer inquiries, track the health of the business and make informed decisions with their mobile device.

June 29, 2011

The Specialty Tools & Fasteners Distributors Association (STAFDA) has launched a new-and-improved website at stafda.org.

The Elm Grove, Wis.-based association's new site offers improved navigation and mobile device compatility. It went live on June 23.

STAFDA president Mike Kangas of Alaska Industrial Hardware in Anchorage, Ala., in his President's Message to STAFDA members said: "In today's business environment, being tech savvy and making the most of current technology is a must."

April 20, 2011

Fifty percent of Americans use a mobile device to navigate their shopping journey, according to a new study released by Arc Worldwide, Leo Burnett’s marketing services arm.

The study -- “Marketing to the Mobile Shopper” -- found that mobile shopping has become a way of life for Americans. This trend is changing the traditional shopping journey and leaving companies with a serious ultimatum: Deliver valuable mobile experiences or risk losing customers.