10 Scanning Apps You Need for Your Android Phone

A scanner is a great tool that brings the physical and digital world together with the only downside being that they are generally not portable. But the smartphone is coming to the rescue again by simplifying yet another function that is very useful for small businesses, scanning. If you have a relatively decent smartphone with […]

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$99 Superbook Turns Android Phone Into Laptop — Sort Of

If you’re looking to converge your laptop and smartphone experience, at a fair price, you might only have to wait for the release of the Andromium Superbook in early 2017. The Superbook is basically a laptop shell that uses your smartphone’s brains to operate. It looks more or less like a laptop, but instead of […]

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Is Your Business App On Android? Here’s Why It Had Better Be

Planning a new app for your small business? Make sure you build it on Google’s (NASDAQ:GOOGL) Android, since that’s where you’re most likely to find your customers. According to a new Gartner report, Android is dominating the smartphone marketplace with a whopping 86.2 percent share in the second quarter of 2016. Android Dominates Smartphone Business […]

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Viber Adds Video Calling for Android and Apple Devices

Viber, the VOIP service purchased earlier this year by the Japanese eCommerce company Rakuten, now has the ability to make Viber video calls on mobile. Previously, Viber users could only make video calls using the app’s desktop platform. Mobile Viber users – both iOS and Android – were limited to making voice calls and sending text […]

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14 Android Texting Apps That Should Be On Your Smartphone

For small businesses, texting can be used to verify accounts and purchases, run localized promotional campaigns, do seasonal marketing and more. And because SMS needs customers to opt in before you engage them, the likelihood of them responding is much higher. If you are using an Android device, what texting apps will let you leverage […]

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Android November Security Update Doesn’t Contain Fix for ‘Dirty COW’ Linux Flaw

Android November Security Update Doesn’t Contain Fix for ‘Dirty COW’ Linux Flaw HIGHLIGHTS November security update fixes 15 critical vulnerabilities Flaw was highlighted last month by Phil Oester Doesn’t leave any traces of exploitation behind Last month, Linux security researcher Phil Oester discovered that a nine-year-old Linux kernel flaw (CVE-2016-5195) dubbed ‘Dirty COW’ is seeing […]

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Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC, Quick Charge 4.0 Announced for 2017 Android Flagship Smartphones

Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC, Quick Charge 4.0 Announced for 2017 Android Flagship Smartphones HIGHLIGHTS No details about speeds or specifications have been released yet Samsung will manufacture the Snapdragon 835 on its 10nm process node Quick Charge 4.0 will be in line with USB Power Delivery specifications Qualcomm has announced that its next flagship SoC […]

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