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A Few Hints to Help Save Android Battery
As an Android smart phone user, you probably appreciate the importance and convenience of a long-lasting battery. Sometimes a little extra battery life makes all the difference – whether it’s having enough juice to find an address, send the message or make the call. And although Android users likely appreciate how much more powerful their smart phones are than the alternatives, additional functionality costs battery life.Caller ID Lookup Trick to Identify a Cell Phone Number’s Name and Address
Are you ready to find out who’s been calling your phone? Read this if you want to find the name and address from unknown phone numbers and identify the caller ID.How Will The Best Smart Phone Devices Run Our Lives By 2030?
The Smart Phone will be such an integral part of our lives by 2030 and digital intelligence will operate at new levels that we may find hard to comprehend today. So how will the device help to make us more efficient and effective, at the centre of our digital, networked world?ONN V8 Dual-Core Smartphone
Take a closer look at the new ONN V8 smartphone. It has a 5-inch WVGA 480 x 800, Capacitive Multi-touch Screen, one of the biggest displays you’ll see on a smartphone. Most of the latest phones these days come in 2.6 inch-screens, 3.5 inch-screens, and 4 inch-screens.Research and Recommendations for BYOD Mobile Security to Protect Your Sensitive Company Data
Bring-your-own-device (BYOD) programs have become increasingly popular with employees, many preferring the freedom to utilize the personal mobile device of their choice and do business whenever and wherever they chose. However, according to a recent survey conducted by Coalfire, an IT governance, risk and compliance services company, the movement toward BYOD introduces a growing number of new mobile security risks and companies are not taking necessary measures to protect their sensitive company data. In its study, Coalfire found that BYOD programs lacking adequate security controls, employer policies and employee education are putting corporate data at risk.