Everyone loves free. If it doesn\’t cost anything, someone
will likely take it. But, as we know, nothing is actually free. And with smartphone and tablet apps
the cost is usually personal information.
Mobile malware is a serious issue and it does exist, however, it\’s nothing like
the risk we face on our computers so it\’s a lot easier to avoid.
Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer once pretended to stomp on an iPhone, and vowed his children would never use Apple products. This week, Microsoft is expected to announce Office will be available on iPad.
Nothing can ruin a day faster than losing a smartphone. The Vybe vibrating smart bracelet helps prevent lost phones and also offers a way to be alerted to calls without having to always have your phone on your hip.
Notifications are usually audible or visual – a soon to be released smartphone app and accessory will release a burst of fragrance, ranging from curry to lemon to alert smartphone users.
A memo by the Department of Homeland Security shows most mobile malware targets the popular Android operating system.
The conventional wisdom says that using your smartphone before going to bed will keep you awake at night, and that\’s true. But there are a few ways your phone can help you get a good night\’s sleep.
Newer Android devices, including the Galaxy S III
smartphone and the Nexus 10
tablet, are equipped with atmospheric pressure
sensors that could lead to better forecasts.
The FBI is warning Android owners to beware of
malware that is targeting the operating system.
Are you a typer stuck in a texting world? This
Android app might be for you.
Take \”Words with Friends,\” add a dose of \”Pictionary,\” and you get a smash smartphone hit.
A popular app used to take and share photos is no longer just for iPhone and iPod Touch users.
Whether you choose to talk on an iPhone or an Android says something about your personality, a new survey shows.