Many modern smartphones and tablets offer plenty of power and connectivity for doing the things that we want to do on our devices. And because devices have become more and more powerful, so the applications we run on them are also typically getting larger, more complicated and more demanding of the hardware
Project Volte is a suite of changes to Android designed to extend battery life. There are three legs to this project: network scheduling, a new battery manager screen and a power saver mode.
Recent media attention has spread more attention specifically around the posting of pictures online. With a few browser plugins anyone (without or without hacking skills) can find the exact location where many online pictures were taken.
Personally I’ve moved on to Feedly. Feedly seems to be a strong RSS feeder that offers a no cost solution and has a multi-platform approach to their technology. So far so good. Feedly has a great Android application and I like the focus on
Google Reader was designed to provide users with what the designer calls a “river of news.” You subscribe to news feeds and then the service downloads and shows you articles. If you have multiple devices, or use the browser, when you mark an article as read on one, it is reflected across your other devices
Some financial impacts have been felt of course. By the close of business, the very same day, the first signs of a hugely dramatic turnaround began to show on the stock market. Apple’s increase of $12.46 per share showed an increase of 1.879%, whereas Samsung’s suffer
Pulse News strikes my attention. It is one of the staff picks on Android market. I downloaded the App and browsed it’s features for quite a while. It will require you to