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11
Dec

Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is melting

If you are using an old cell phone equipped with Google’s Android OS, you probably want to verify which version. Google has announced they will no longer support Android 4.0, also known as Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS). Google made the announcement on its Android Developers Blog that they will be ending support for Android 4.0, …

18
Sep

5G Mobile Technology: Do You Want It? Yes!

As with any technological development, mobile technology has gone through generations of upgrades. In the case of cell phones, carriers often refer to each generation in simple terms such as 3G, 4G, or 4GLTE. Each generation signifies development in capabilities beyond the previous technology. But really, what does any of that mean? Are there significant …

15
Aug

BYOD Policies: More Issues than a Company Picnic

As companies move towards mobility efficiency, certain strategic questions must be answered. One of the first questions to consider is whether an enterprise will allow employees to use personal smart devices for company business. Otherwise known as Bring-Your-Own-Device, BYOD policies and strategies can benefit a company but have many pitfalls to consider. While most executives …

16
May

Less Phone Time: Is Google Genuine?

Over the weekend, Google held their developer conference Google I/O 2018. While most of the conference reflected Google’s consistent strategy, developer friendliness, there were a few other points made. Namely, Google will require manufacturers to roll out security updates in a timely manner, and a new feature in their Android OS they are dubbing WellBeing. …

28
Nov

Smartphones: What Is Your Phone Seeing?

In a group of 5 individuals, there is likely a minimum of 6 smartphones. Given the advent of businesses supplying phones for work, and individuals carrying personal smartphones, mobile devices outnumber individuals in a growing trend. While this seems the norm for any Western society, having so many mobile devices can be a large risk …