Hudson Company Mobile App 2.0 Launch

We are excited to announce the launch of the Hudson Company’s newly revamped mobile application, which is available on phone and tablet devices by going to their company website at Located in Chicago, IL, The Hudson Company is a boutique brokerage that focuses on the North Shore market. Not your average brokerage, they devote […]

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Are Millennials Changing the Way We Sell?

In short, yes. It’s a common thinking these days that millennials aren’t buying. They’re much more free spirited than past generations- so we assume they aren’t trying to settle down and buy homes. While I’m sure this can be true of some young people, generalizations like this can be dangerous. It can be the difference […]

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Three Hot Apps To Check Out

As summer comes to a close, it’s important to start fall off on the right foot. We’ve been searching for some of the coolest apps that are currently out on the market and went ahead and complied a list of our three personal favorites we’ve seen. Ranging from Hootsuite for your social media, Open Home […]

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Mobile Phone Buying Guide: August 2015

Technology seems to be changing at the speed of light. Unfortunately here at Aumnia, we work at a human speed. In our brief hiatus from keeping you informed on all things mobile, we’ve been working hard (or hardly working?). With a little more manpower at the helm, we’re back and we’ve got an awesome phone […]

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ASP.NET MVC DropDownListFor exception

If you create a basic view model with some data you wish to present in an HTML select list you might proceed as follows by using the C# 3.0 feature of automatic properties: public class Agent { public int SelectedOfficeId { get; set; } public IEnumerable<SelectListItem> OfficeItems { get; set; } } Then in your […]

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Dependency Injection in ASP.NET MVC 5

When beginning a new .NET project I find myself reviewing my preferences for Solution and Project organization as well as additional frameworks to include. The state of Dependency Injection (DI) / Inversion of Control (IoC) in .NET can be overwhelming initially because of all the choices and the friction of adding yet another framework to […]

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Mobile Phone Buying Guide: February 2015

This edition of the mobile phone buying guide is a bit of a tough one. We’re entering a period that I like to call “upgrade limbo”. What is upgrade limbo? It’s when we’re in between major phone releases making it difficult to suggest or recommend different handsets. However, this is a phone buying guide, so here are my suggestions if you are in the market for a new device.

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What to expect in mobile during 2015

As usual, 2014 was a busy year for mobile. Apple released not one, but two bigger iPhones, Amazon jumped into the market with the Fire Phone, Android and iOS continued their dominance, mobile payments got a huge boost with Apple Pay, and mobile phone car integrations got a huge boost with Apple’s CarPlay and Android Auto.

I don’t expect that 2015 will be any different. There is still a lot of opportunity in mobile. It’s a dynamic market with rapid technology advancements making it hard for anyone to keep up. That being said, here are some trends that I’m watching the rest of this year.

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31 days with the iPhone 6

I’ve been an Android user for the last five years. While my first attempt with a My Touch 3G in the fall of 2009 only lasted two weeks, I haven’t looked back since getting a Nexus One at the beginning of 2010. I’ve had numerous Android devices since then and have been happier with each new device I’ve owned.

However, for testing purposes, we needed to purchase an iPhone 6 for the office. I decided this would be a good time to try out the iPhone and see what all the fuss was about. For years now, loyal Apple users told me I was missing out no matter how much I protested. I was told the iPhone experience was amazing and that it just worked better than an Android phone. If I used one, I’d never go back to Android, or so I was told. I spent October finding out for myself.

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