Most of us are more dependent on our smartphones than we’d like to admit, and it can be a crushing blow when our precious jewel that ties us to the rest of the world is stolen. While you certainly know that it’s not the end of the world, there are a few things you can do to make the experience more bearable because it is possible to get your phone back; just don’t panic and do what you can with as little stress as possible. So what to do if your phone is stolen?
Google launched a new product that promises to revolutionize the way business is conducted. Its new program “Android for Work” is designed to streamline the use of Android smartphones into day-to-day business operations. This program could potentially turn into a multi-million dollar enterprise with the scope of Google’s support and the fact that so many people are already using Android phones.
Just when you thought you had safeguarded your mobile device from any misuse, a new threat emerges. For Android users, it’s a big one. Todd Beardsley of Rapid7 has recently discovered a security bug that allows cyber criminals to access a smartphone user’s data. This bug exists within a certain version of WebView, which allows users to see web pages on their smartphone screens. Although this security problem is widespread, Google has responded that it will take no action to fix it. [Read more…]
With its polished interface and new features, Evernote for Android offers a completely web-based note taker. If all you want is a simple notepad to help you through the maze of aisles as you shop for groceries, simply click on the default Reminders app and make notes there. Evernote is a high-end note-taking app which is clearly designed to perform some advanced functions.