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A to Z about mobile apps [Infographic]
Jun24

A to Z about mobile apps [Infographic]

Nowadays, hardly a day goes by without hearing the words iPhone, iPad, Android or mobile application and everyone talks about mobility with good reason. Since that day in 1973 when Martin Cooper invented, with his team at Motorola, the first cell phone that could be held by hand, the use of mobile phones has grown phenomenally and made it one of the most widespread consumer goods on the planet. With more than 4 billion connections and...

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Awaited iPhones of 2017: iPhone 7S, iPhone 7S Plus and iPhone 8
May24

Awaited iPhones of 2017: iPhone 7S, iPhone 7S Plus and iPhone 8

Apple is ready with three new releases in the second half this year. As always, it has kept the tech enthusiasts as well as the general audience on their toes with all these rumors and speculations. All the iPhones from Apple have always been the centre of attraction for the entire smartphone world. Recently, there has been almost confirmed news about new iPhones in development and about to be launched this year. In case you missed...

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Netflix Disabled Its App On Rooted Android Devices
May15

Netflix Disabled Its App On Rooted Android Devices

Having a rooted Android device gives you functionalities that a non-rooted device can’t. However, if your Android device is rooted, you can no longer access Netflix. You’ll need to take extra steps to watch your favorite movies in this app on the go. According to Android Police’s report, Netflix confirmed that it has made its app unavailable on rooted Android phones. “With our latest 5.0 release, we now fully rely on the Widevine DRM...

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Gmail for Android now issues warning when trying to visit suspicious website
May08

Gmail for Android now issues warning when trying to visit suspicious website

Following last week’s phishing attack on Google Docs, Google has upgraded Gmail for Android. The app has now been updated with a notification feature to warn you anytime you are about visiting any malicious website. The malicious emails were sent from contacts, asking people [Gmail account users] to open a Google Doc. Anyone who falls for this, is immediately asked to give authorizations to a fake Google Docs app. Granting such...

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Quiz: How Much Do You Know about Smartphone Careers?
Apr29

Quiz: How Much Do You Know about Smartphone Careers?

Smartphones are now increasingly essential to our work existence. Seeing that an increasing number of businesses permit, as well as even encourage their workers to make use of smartphones, tablets or other mobile devices to carry out their work, in or away from the office workplace, the advantages of smartphones are becoming increasingly apparent. Smartphones are clearly a requirement of practically any job which requires you to be...

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Siri can now read out your messages on the iOS version of WhatsApp
Apr23

Siri can now read out your messages on the iOS version of WhatsApp

Too tired to read a friend’s message on WhatsApp? There is good news for you because you can now ask Siri to use out your messages on the iOS version of WhatsApp. Exciting isn’t it? Yes, because it’s one feature that could encourage more people to use the chat app and encourage more engagement among users. According to MacRumors, the latest update to the chat app works in version 2.17.2 running at least iOS 10.3 on your device. Other...

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