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LearnQuest has cutting-edge, vendor-authorized offerings in the dynamic area of Mobile Technology Training. Accelerate your skills in Mobile applications, bring this rapidly evolving technology to IT staff, and empower the entire organization in essential technical training with LearnQuest Mobile courseware. Apple’s Apple® iPad® for Business Use Training or IBM’s Self-Paced Foundations of Mobile Computing and IBM MobileFirst Training in the WebSphere category are just two examples of Mobile technology selections from LearnQuest’s extensive course catalogue.

Mobile technology refers to the technology known as code division multiple access (CDMA) used for cell phones. We have seen the rapid evolution from pagers and mobile phones to today’s ubiquitous smartphones and tablets and tomorrow’s Omnitouch device, developed at Carnegie Mellon University that utilizes a sensor touch interface. Smartphones run on and mobile operating system (OS), such as the Apple iPhone and Android that can support multiple programming languages necessary to accommodate various “apps.”

LearnQuest has cutting-edge, vendor-authorized offerings in the dynamic area of Mobile Technology Training. Accelerate your skills in Mobile applications, bring this rapidly evolving technology to IT staff, and empower the entire organization in essential technical training with LearnQuest Mobile courseware. Apple’s Apple® iPad® for Business Use Training or IBM’s Self-Paced Foundations of Mobile Computing and IBM MobileFirst Training in the WebSphere category are just two examples of Mobile technology selections from LearnQuest’s extensive course catalogue.

Mobile technology refers to the technology known as code division multiple access (CDMA) used for cell phones. We have seen the rapid evolution from pagers and mobile phones to today’s ubiquitous smartphones and tablets and tomorrow’s Omnitouch device, developed at Carnegie Mellon University that utilizes a sensor touch interface. Smartphones run on and mobile operating system (OS), such as the Apple iPhone and Android that can support multiple programming languages necessary to accommodate various “apps.”


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