Mobile

Windows 10 sucks for some, good for others

Windows history patterns have shown that after a bad Windows release comes a good Windows release, and then a bad, and then a good. A brief history, for example, Windows 2000 (good) vs Windows Me (bad), Windows XP (good) vs Windows Vista (bad), Windows 7 (good) vs Windows 8 (bad). This release, we’re due for a good version of Windows, …

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13 Tips on Building your First IOS App

Research Well Before Development Do thorough research about the area you are trying to create an app. This is essential if you are launching your own app. Some key things to research Is there anyone who will be interested in this app? Is this app existing? Best place to search is Apple app store What can I do better than …

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How to Charge your Phone 75% Faster!

Quick Charge 2.0 is designed to operate with existing USB charging solutions. To achieve full charging speeds, a Quick Charge 2.0 enabled device must be paired with a Quick Charge 2.0 certified adapter. You can’t get these speeds with just any adapter. Fast Charging: Officially certified with Qualcomm® Quick Charge 2.0 technology provides faster charging and reduces up to 75% …

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How to Root or Un-Root your Samsung Device

Why Root? Sprint Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Samsung Galaxy S4 HTC One Samsung Galaxy Note II Samsung Galaxy S III HTC EVO 4G LTE Samsung Galaxy Nexus Samsung Epic 4G Touch Motorola Photon 4G Samsung Epic 4G Samsung Nexus S 4G AT&T Samsung Galaxy S4 HTC One Samsung Galaxy Note II Samsung Galaxy S III Samsung Galaxy Note Samsung Nexus …

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How to Hack an App

Mobile Virus

So, why are so many apps susceptible to attack? Often times, with so much pressure to get the app to market, many developers overlook application protection as being a vital part in protecting their app against hackers. Among the most vulnerable area of attack, is the application’s binary code. Hackers can easily reverse-engineer an app’s binary code back to its …

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How to Avoid Mobile Device Security Threats

Mobile Virus

Today, mobile phones are not just used to ring, text or to take photographs, they are highly technical devices that allow us to carry out almost all of our daily tasks. Utilizing the latest, innovative technology that has undoubtedly changed the way we communicate with the world, smartphones have set the bar and pushed the boundaries of what is technically …

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2015 Cloud Predictions

Below are some more predictions, dealing with everything from storing and accessing shared data to lowering costs of data storage, as well as the appearance of more middle-market, small business and private cloud hosting services.

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21st Century Evolution of the Calculator

PhotoMath can solve any equation in a textbook just by looking at it with your phone’s camera, and will show you how it got to the solution. The developer calls it the world’s first camera calculator. Some call it cheating.  Others call it a valuable tool for a parent helping with his kid’s math homework and attempting to remember grade-school arithmetic …

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Playing With A Cell Phone Radiation Detector

Do you remember how you used to pretend when you were a little kid? Maybe you played like you were a carpenter with his/her tools, or maybe you played like you were a doctor with a stethoscope or perhaps you played like you were a chef making a delicious recipe. It’s always fun to play with sophisticated tools, isn’t it? …

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Improve mobile app performance with test case management

Software developers have had to account for a lot of changes over the years, but perhaps none have been as disruptive as the rise of mobile apps. The rise of smartphones and tablets has created an entirely new market for software development. According to Vision Mobile, the global app economy was worth approximately $53 billion last year, but that value …

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