Microsoft smartphones have been on their last legs for months, if not years. Though builds and new features held promise in revitalizing the device, Microsoft announced the removal of their phones from the consumer market. While Microsoft maintains its stance on “fully committing” to Windows Phones, the fact that they are selling off their handset business, shows otherwise.
Android updates can be hard to follow since Google’s updates depend on a lot of factors outside of the company that ultimately delay releases. Google’s I/O conference is the best chance we have to see what’s coming to Android from the offices of its core designers.
Windows has increasingly been left forgotten in the smartphone game. This is especially due to the huge success of iOS and Android devices. But just when you think that Windows smartphones will just fizzle out, Microsoft has quickly announced plans to revitalize their mobile operating systems.
You rely on your Android’s mobile data plan to read and send emails, keep up with local news and stay in touch with business colleagues. That’s why it’s so frustrating when your data runs out. You feel disconnected from the world and your business while on the go.
From just a simple document viewer to a fully evolved cloud based solution, Google Drive just keeps getting stronger as a productivity suite for many businesses. As for managing PDFs, Google has some pretty neat features for that too. Nowadays you can scan PDFs with your phone, convert them, and more.
Last month, it was reported that the Facebook app was causing Android phones everywhere to function at a snail’s pace. But if you uninstalled the app and are still itching for more speed, then you’re in luck. We have some news that will help you get an even bigger speed boost out of your phone.
The smartphone. It may seem like the last safe haven from online security threats. As it rests snugly in your pocket, you may never even think a virus, trojan or other malware could ever touch it. And even if it did, how much damage could it really cause? Well, for Android users, we’ve got some bad news.
You have an iTunes Library. And it is an iTunes Library you have curated for years now and are attached to. However, if you have purchased or are thinking about getting an Android phone, you’re probably a bit concerned your music won’t be able to make the switch with you.