Tag Archives: Android

Google Drive Arrived: Cloud Storage And Privacy/Security

Cloud Storage is not any longer just for the big guys. This morning when I updated my Android phone a new app was loaded called Google Drive. It explained that it was part of Google Docs and I downloaded it. … Continue reading

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BrailleTouch keyboard allows typing on a phone without looking

By Ryan Paul | Published about a month ago A group of researchers at Georgia Tech have created a new piece of software called BrailleTouch that allows users to type on a smartphone without looking at the screen. It takes … Continue reading

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New Security Threat: Infected QR Codes

Tod Wasserman recently warned on “Mashable Tech”: “Be careful the next time you scan a QR code, because it might just cost you money and wreak havoc on your smartphone. “That’s the warning from Kaspersky Lab, which has noticed the first … Continue reading

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Apple deals massive patent blow to HTC, Android in serious trouble | ZDNet

  A post by Robert Ciampa made me aware of this development. This time it seems that Tell is getting shot by the apple . . . See the article on ZDNet: Apple deals massive patent blow to HTC, Android in … Continue reading

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Apps: Are We on the Wrong Tack?

Everybody loves them. The little apps that you can download to your pad or smartphone that make life so much easier. But why should I download an app that allows me to read Der Spiegel or 20minutes? What happened to … Continue reading

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