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by Jaime Grimes

What’s On Your Phone? John Kim

John Kim is the Senior Vice President of Global Products at Expedia. In this role, he covers all things related to technology at the company, including online search, mobile apps, the mobile web and the homepage, and he’s been with the company for three years. Prior to Expedia, John…

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by Jaime Grimes

What’s On Your Phone? Jason Folsom

The Greater Gabbard wind farm in Suffolk, England

Jason Folsom, Commercial Head of Offshore Wind for the Americas at Siemens, is a Georgia native and a self-professed music guy, though surprisingly, he doesn’t play any wind instruments.

Jason started playing the drums, keyboard and singing background…

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by Jaime Grimes

What’s On Your Phone? Tammy Gordon

As the Vice President of Social Communications for AARP, Tammy Gordon manages a nine-person social media team with a direct-follow audience of more than 2 million people. Her team  has trained hundreds of AARP staffers and thousands of AARP members on how to more effectively use social media, and…

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What’s On Your Phone? Deborah Roberts

ABC “20/20” correspondent Deborah Roberts has earned several Emmy awards and covered the HIV/AIDS crisis in Africa, California wildfires, abuse within the Amish community, the aftermath of the Persian Gulf War and the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona. A native of Perry, Ga., and a 1982 graduate of the University…

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by Jaime Grimes

Worth a Listen: The Story Behind That Ringtone

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Like license plates, phone covers and wallpaper, a mobile phone user’s ringtone can tell you quite a bit about the user’s personality and preferences. The mobile phone industry changed the spelling and meaning from “ring tone,” the tonal variation of a mechanical bell inside rotary phones, to “ringtone,”…

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by Jaime Grimes

Infographic: Smartphone Trends for 2013

You already know you use your smartphone often, but perhaps you don’t realize how much you access that handheld device to find information. In 2013, smartphones are projected to become the most commonly used device to access the Internet, finally overtaking PCs. And in 2012, North Americans spent more than…

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