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Mobile VS Desktop for eCommerce.

Ecommerce is growing industry, but purchases from smartphones and tablets are growing at an even faster rate. With the increasing amount of consumers switching from PC’s to tablets and mobile devices to browse the internet, it is important for companies to research and identify the differences between mobile and desktop users when building mobile commerce sites. 498 more words


Mobile CRM limits. Where are they?

While desktop Dynamics CRM installations make use of fast machines with (nearly) unlimited storage, mobile devices are severely limited in this respect.

You typically get numbers such as: 1,385 more words

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Android Flaw Allows Attackers to Modify or Replace Apps

A security flaw in the Android operating system could be exploited to remotely take over vulnerable devices.

According to researchers from Palo Alto Networks, roughly half of all Android phones are vulnerable to a newly discovered hack that in some cases allows attackers to surreptitiously modify or replace seemingly benign apps with malicious ones that steal passwords and other sensitive data. 35 more words

Software Updates

T-Mobile has updated their coverage map, and some Barnwell County LTE shows up as verified

For those who have been following T-Mobile ever since July 2013 (like yours truly), you can see the improvements they have done first-hand on their new maps. 287 more words

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Ted and Judy’s Android Adventures: Chapter 7: Take One Tablet and Begin the Purple Reign

We finally purchased the tablet – we got a 10.1-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab4, running the Android operating system, just like my phone. In addition, we purchased a… 266 more words

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Opinion and Review: The Samsung Note Edge.

I moved from a Samsung Note 3, to a Samsung Note Edge (note 4 variant). The move was not because I chose to make the move, but because I received the note edge as a gift. 535 more words

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App Making, Mobile Devices and Work/Play/Study


Initially I wanted to make an app that could produce randomly constructed poetry based on a selection of preprogrammed words and phrases. As soon as I signed up to the first app builder I realised that my app idea was not possible to do using the freely available online builder. 1,389 more words