Tag: Android

28
Sep

Amazing mobile apps for travelers

There are a number of smartphone apps available today that have changed the way people travel. With these apps, you can plan for a smooth journey. The first app that every foreign traveler needs is Google Translate.  This app supports 64 different languages. So, it will come handy in most places around the world. All…

4
Sep

Crisis: Threatening Your Virtual Machines

The virtual machines and networks have been free from any malware attack and threats so far. However, we have recently found a new breed of malware that can not only attack Windows and Mac OS X but also infect other environments including virtual machines as well. This malware is known as Crisis or Morcut which…

14
Aug

Have you joined the outlook.com revolution?

The preview for the Microsoft Outlook emailing system on the 31st of July 2012 was just the beginning. Big changes are expected to come in time, but in the meantime it’s possible to start experiencing it now. Millions of people are currently expected to sign up, and anybody can do it whenever they want. Current…

29
Jul

2012 Olympics at your fingertips: 5 cool and free mobile apps

The excitement of sport fans reached to a new climax with the majestic opening ceremony of London Olympics 2012 this week. Now the fans can’t get enough of their favourite game events. However, with busy schedule it is sometimes difficult for them to stay in touch with the games. Lucky for them; there are a…

26
Jul

Starbucks Enables Mobile Payment for Canadian Android Users

If you live in Canada, own an Android phone and have a passion for Starbucks, you’re in luck. Starbucks has changed its app to allow Android users to make mobile payments when they come in for their lattés. Canadian iPhone users have been enjoying this perk since early 2012. According to Starbucks, the “Starbucks app…

7
Jun

Great Online Tools for Entrepreneurs

Every day, startup businesses are being created by entrepreneurs. While some choose to jump right in and focus all of their time and energy on their new ventures, others are a little more cautious and opt to keep their day jobs and work on their new businesses in their spare time. Regardless of which type…

5
Jun

Are You Ready for IPv6?

The wait is over. On June 6, 2012, Internet Protocol version 6 will launch. Some companies such as Facebook have already launched IPv6, which replaces IPv4, in production mode. The Internet Society, a global independent source of leadership for Internet policy, technology standards and future development, organized the scheduled launch in response to the World…

4
Jun

Microsoft Ends iPad’s Free Ride

Rumor has it that Microsoft’s Windows 8, once it’s officially released in fall 2012, could give Apple’s iPad a run for its money. In the meantime, Microsoft has thrown an obstacle in the path of iPad users who access Windows 7 via virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI). According to Kevin McLaughlin in his article for CRN,…

30
May

RIM Shares Plummet as Company Struggles

BlackBerry lovers will be sorry to hear that Canada-based Research in Motion (RIM), the company that makes BlackBerry, continues to struggle. Once dominant in the smart phone marketplace, RIM is doing all it can just to stay afloat. On May 30, 2012, it was announced that RIM (RIMM), which is headquartered in Waterloo, Ontario, suffered…

19
Mar

Are you considering a BRING YOUR OWN DEVICE policy?

As the world becomes increasingly mobile and more business leaders hire remote workers or permit telecommuting, people will more often find themselves using portable devices – laptops, tablets and smartphones – to do business. Sometimes these devices will be supplied by employers, but more often, the employees will use their own devices for both personal…

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