Social commerce company Eventbrite recently rolled out a key improvement to their iPhone application “Easy Entry” that should put the company leagues ahead of the competition – event organizers using their service to sell tickets can now scan and verify ticket sales using the Eventbrite mobile phone application Easy Entry 2.0. According to Eventbrite, the bar-code scanning feature is “a game-changing feature that makes ‘Easy Entry’ even easier.”
Event organizers that prefer not to use the iPhone (or Droid) application can check in their attendants using a laptop. An improved “Day of Event” toolset makes it easy for organizers to provide a seamless check-in experience for their event. Continue reading “Event Ticket Sales Made Easier with Mobile App”
Goodbye Yahoo! HotJobs, hello BIG Monster! Yahoo! HotJobs has been acquired by Monster® for $225M in cash. The acquisition promises to present more opportunities to employers, job seekers and those doing business with Monster.com. I’m sure this is a big win for Monster, but what does this say about Yahoo!? Continue reading “Yahoo! tosses HotJobs to Monster – Search Fail?”
Big news in the mobile phone industry this week! According to the latest findings of the U.S. Library of Congress, if you’ve bought a mobile phone it’s yours to do with as you please – and that includes jailbreaking and adding applications to your phone not approved by the phone’s maker.
So what is jailbreaking? It’s simply the altering or unlocking of your cell phone’s code so that you can use it with any carrier Continue reading “Is mobile phone jailbreaking good for business?”