Tag Archives: iPhone

Instagram without the filter: a growing community on and offline

Emily Wienberg is currently Morrissey & Company’s PR intern. She is a senior studying public relations at Boston University. As an Android mobile device user, I haven’t had the pleasure of personally using Instagram (yet) but have enjoyed following the … Continue reading

Posted in Reputation Props | Tagged android, application, Barack Obama, Burberry, community, community manager, instagram, iOS, iPhone, Jason Mraz, mobile, photo sharing, photography, Pinterest, Social Media, Tiffany & Company | Leave a comment

Reputation Communications Cheers and Jeers

As usual, politicians, athletes and business leaders have given us a week full of opportunities to cheer or jeer their actions.  As a result, reputations have either advanced or have been damaged.  For some, the damage can be managed.  For … Continue reading

Posted in Reputation Wrap-Up | Tagged Apple, Deval Patrick, iPad, iPhone, iPhone batter leak, Jeers to Jean-Claude Mas, John Boehner, P.I.P, President Obama, State of the Union, Tim Thomas | Leave a comment

Holiday Shoppers Go Mobile

The holiday shopping season is officially upon us.  If you’re like me, you avoided the mêlée that was Black Friday and instead, shopped for deals on your holiday goodies from the comfort of your home or office on Cyber Monday.  … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged Black Friday, Cyber Monday, droid, iPad, iPhone, mobile devices, mobile shopping | Leave a comment

Tablet Wars? Maybe

Apple is the undisputed king of the mobile space. Recent data suggests that, among the top players, Apple controls more than 66 percent of profits in the mobile space. As the proud owner of an Android-powered HTC Evo, this author … Continue reading

Posted in Industry & Current Events | Tagged Acer, Amazon, Apple, Blackberry, Forrester, Gartner, HP, HTC, iPad, iPhone, Kindle, mobile, Samsung, tablets, TouchPad | Leave a comment

Pulse Check: The Mobile Web

NOTE: See the link below for an opportunity to participate in a brief survey and a chance to win a $100 Amazon gift certificate….. The steady stream of new smartphone introductions is almost overwhelming.  It seems that vendors wish “buyer’s … Continue reading

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Locationgate: Now You See Me, Now You Don’t

Today, representatives from Apple and Google are appearing before Congress to explain the use of location data in their respective mobile phone platforms (iOS and Android). This is the latest development in the ongoing ‘locationgate’ episode that began when it … Continue reading

Posted in Industry & Current Events | Tagged Al Franken, android, Apple, AroundMe, crisis management, Foursquare, Google, iOS, iPhone, locationgate, Playstation, reputation, Sony, Yelp | Leave a comment

The Struggle for Balance in an Age of Smart Technology

This weekend, I had out-of-town guests visiting me here in Boston. While touring the city, my guests made ample use of their iPhones for everything from navigating the city’s often confusing streets, to finding restaurant reviews in the neighborhoods we … Continue reading

Posted in RC Tools | Tagged android, Angry Birds, app, Boston, iPhone, Metro, smartphone, technology, Temple University, time management | Leave a comment

Steve Jobs: Reputation Asset or Risk?

One day after Apple CEO Steve Jobs announced his third medical leave in five years, the markets are aflutter with uncertainty for one of America’s most valuable companies. With a market capitalization north of $300 billion, Apple is a global icon … Continue reading

Posted in Industry & Current Events | Tagged Apple, asset, Bill Gates, BreakingViews, CEO, dungarees, genius, Howard Stern, Innovation, inventor, Investors Business Daily, iPad, iPhone, medical leave, Michelangelo, Microsoft, Mike Abramsky, predictability, progress, RBC Capital Markets, recovery, reputation, Reuters, risk, Robert Cyran, Steve Jobs, stock price, transition, value, visonary | Leave a comment

Will my iPhone 4 Work in the Gulf?

Much of the news this week has been around BP (no surprise here) and its latest attempt at capping the spill. It’s working, it’s working…uh oh, it’s leaking… and then working again. Months into this, the story is becoming background … Continue reading

Posted in Reputation Wrap-Up | Tagged BP, Gulf Oil Spill, iPhone | Leave a comment

It's Earth Day! Go Buy Something…?

Today marks the 40th anniversary of Earth Day. While I was born after the holiday’s first decade, I have very fond memories of the second and third decades. I remember taking the day off to go hiking with my family … Continue reading

Posted in Industry & Current Events | Tagged Consumerism, Earth Day, Environmentalism, Green Technology, iPhone, Metro newspaper, reputation, Reputation communications | 2 Comments