Tag Archives: Android

Latest News: Amazon’s Fire Phone, California Kill-Switch Bill, and More

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Amazon’s New Fire Phone You may have heard about or seen the commercials for Amazon’s first leap into the mobile phone market, the Fire Phone. The device is made to compete with the iPhone 5S, the Samsung Galaxy S5, and the LG G3, and is exclusive to AT&T. The Fire Phone boasts a 13 MP camera, […]

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Consumer Alerts & Latest News: Traveling with Tech, Android Security, & More

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International Travel & Tech Devices The TSA has increased security once again surrounding mobile devices including smartphones and tablets. While the TSA already may request that a passenger to turn on their laptop, they may now request mobile devices to be switched on. It is unclear how the TSA will proceed with battery-dead devices where […]

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Reducing Your Wireless Bill With VoIP Apps

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When it comes to reducing business expenses, it’s important to avoid compromising the quality of the operation. So, how do we reduce our wireless bills without telling the organization to spend less time on the phone with clients? While we can suggest utilizing email more often, it is generally more efficient overall to make a […]

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12 Smartphone Apps For Business Travelers

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Traveling is a lesson in preparedness. Before the trip even begins, we need to book airfare, reserve hotels, and pack our bags. While leaving for a day or a week can be stressful, technology allows us to ease this schedule interruption with handy applications that assist in everything from language barriers to finding public restrooms. […]

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Simple Ways to Secure Your Smartphone

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No matter what business you’re in, an unsecured smartphone can lead to unintentional data leaks of personal and professional information. Whether it is family photos, sensitive company updates, client lists, or secret recipes, intruders no longer need to have physical access to your device in order to obtain this confidential information. In this article, we’ll […]

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12 Ways To Make Your Smartphone Battery Last Longer

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We all know the wonder that is a brand new smartphone – the pristine screen, the (mostly) flawless operation, and, of course, the gloriously long battery life. As time goes on though, we drop our phones, they get system updates that may not run as well on our aging device, and the time between charges […]

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10 Apps To Get You Through The Holidays

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With the holiday season in full-swing, it’s the perfect opportunity to download some new applications to ease the stress of mall traffic, airport delays, and over-indulgent relatives. Whether you’re looking to save money, connect with family members, or take your mind off of the stress of the holiday, we’ve collected 10 applications that will help […]

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Droids and KitKats: A Closer Look at Android

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In a market flooded with smartphone options, it can be difficult to decipher which device to purchase. With Apple’s iOS, Microsoft’s Windows 8, and Android’s latest release, KitKat, there are numerous operating systems to consider and a variety of devices running each operating system. Whether the device is for personal use or will become the […]

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