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City of Clarksville announces new Mobile App

 

Upgrade puts municipal information at users’ fingertips

City of ClarksvilleClarksville, TN – The City of Clarksville’s Information Technology Department has created a smartphone application that puts municipal information at the fingertips of Clarksvillians.

City of Clarksville's new Mobile App

City of Clarksville’s new Mobile App

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TDOT reports Changes Planned for I-65 On-Ramp at Trinity Lane in Davidson County

 

Northbound Ramp Traffic to Yield

Tennessee Department of TransportationNashville, TN – Tennessee Department of Transportation contract crews plan to adjust the I-65 northbound on-ramp at Trinity Lane in Nashville.

The acceleration lane will be removed, and yield signs will be posted to alert motorists to the change.

Weather permitting, crews have tentatively scheduled to start implementing the yield condition on Tuesday, August 5th. «Read the rest of this article»

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Two new minors at APSU allow students to study Web and mobile technologies

 

Austin Peay State UniversityClarksville, TN – Next fall, Austin Peay State University will begin offering two new academic programs that will prepare students to enter a world dominated by the Internet and mobile technology.

Last month, the University’s Academic Council approved the APSU Department of Computer Science and Information Technology’s plans to create a new Web technology minor and a mobile software technology minor. The new programs will officially take effect next fall, but students can already start taking courses toward these minors. «Read the rest of this article»

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L.A. Times columnist, author of ‘The Soloist’ to speak September 29th in APSU Dunn Center

 

Austin Peay State UniversityClarksville, TN – In 2005, Los Angeles Times columnist Steve Lopez strikes an unlikely friendship with Nathaniel Ayers, a homeless musician with schizophrenia who slept each night on one of skid row’s most dangerous streets.

Lopez learned Ayers had been a promising violinist, and that he had left the prestigious music program at the Juilliard School because of his struggle with mental illness. The journalist chronicled Ayers’ struggle in several columns at the Los Angeles Times, inspiring readers to send instruments to Ayers through Lopez. «Read the rest of this article»

 

Crye-Leike Rolls Out New Mobile App For Customers On The Go

 

Nation’s 6th Largest Real Estate Firm Unveils Free Mobile App Which Provides Consumers On The Go With Timely Access To Relevant Real Estate Information

Crye-Leike REALTORSBrentwood, TN – As more consumers take their web access with them ‘on the go’, Crye-Leike, Realtors is taking notice. The nation’s 6th largest real estate firm recently unveiled its new mobile app available for free download.

“As always, Crye-Leike is constantly striving to provide its sales associates with the best technology and tools to service their customers’ needs while enabling the customers to collect as much information as possible in a proactive manner,” said Gurtej Sodhi, Crye-Leike CIO & Corporate Executive Vice President. “With this in mind, Crye-Leike’s IT division has built a powerful mobile app and has released it for availability on the Android, iPhone and iPad platforms.” «Read the rest of this article»

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