Fellow travelers: Take a cue from Fergie, the latest victim of the Transportation Security Administration’s more aggressive airport screening procedures. The singer learned that being a celebrity didn’t earn her the privilege of avoiding the much-criticized tactics at LAX.
What initially might have been viewed as nothing more than an attention-grabbing gadget useful for reading electronic books and mail, mobile Internet-capable computing devices have become a convenient and practical tool for accountants. Managing Editor Bill Grabarek reports.
As iPhones continue to impinge on traditional BlackBerry territory, Research in Motion (RIM) is countering with a competitor to Apple’s famed iPad – a tablet known as the PlayBook will be released in early 2011.
BNA Tax & Accounting has launched its first application for the BlackBerry with the creation of BNA Quick Tax Reference – an electronic version of its Quick Tax Reference Guide, which is made available annually in print to tax practitioners.
Created by CPAs and used in NDH's tax practice, NDH's RothCalc2010 application computes the after-tax present value of one's retirement income stream and allows one to determine if converting makes good financial sense.
Will Apple's iPhone still be the must-have mobile phone next year? The release of the new BlackBerry Storm is creating quite a ... storm! Many are tipping it to become the iPhone killer, especially for business users. Our sister site, AccountingWEB.co.uk provides this report.