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Mobile trading is the latest facility available for investment and trading. It includes trading in stocks, forex and commodities. In the last couple of years, it has grown by leaps and bounds, bringing it into prominence. Telecommunication technology has improved rapidly because of which smartphones have become faster and more efficient. Apps are n...Read more
Google's I/O 2015 was a very interesting event in which the tech giant revealed its ambitious plans for world domination. Ok, maybe not per-se world domination, but at least a world in which Android based software/hardware will be king, as it will power absolutely everything, from your smartphone to your car and beyond. Google's Android "...Read more
Remember the days when a business person had to travel if they wanted to have a face-to-face meeting with their partner or client? Thanks to the incredible innovation that is video conferencing, those days are over. Professional software like BlueJeans Video Conferencing App, as well as more casual ones like MyGreenPC, are making it easier to have ...Read more
The future evolution is here, tangible, in plain sight,there's no way around it, you can't contest the theory anymore. And I'm not talking about Darwin's Evolution of the Species book either, but the huge evolutionary leap in smartphone technology we are witnessing in recent years. Who would have imagined not ten years ago that we'll be a...Read more
Well, ladies and gents, today we will talk about Comindware Project™, a highly professional Project Management software for, well, project managers, what else? As the name suggests, the purpose of this application for Android is to make life easier for both project managers and the team members themselves, transforming everything into "a wa...Read more
Do you ever stop in the middle of a conversation and ask yourself if your Android smartphone/tablet or whatever is spying on you? Well, the truth is that we live in a 1984'sh world in which everything tech-related has the potential of spying on its owner and the latest confirmation of this apparently paranoid assumption comes from Samsung th...Read more
One of the best things Android offers to its fan-base is the multitude of choices when it comes to...basically anything. The same theory applies for web browsers. Enter the Baidu Browser from Baidu HK. Well, this is just another web browser, I have my Chromium already, what's up with Baidu? Not so fast, my young Padawan. Just go to Google...Read more
If you're a Chrome user and an Android lover at the same time (these two things are going together almost by default), today I have some great news for you, because the Chrome Reader App for Android is here! While the voice controlled "virtual assistant" thing is hardly breaking news since Google Now/Siri &comp, this new app from Te...Read more
Microsoft’s Xbox and Sony’s PlayStation gaming consoles are already traditional enemies, even if Microsoft is relatively new in this business, when compared to the Japanese giant. Sony was the king of home entertainment since like forever and PlayStation achieved an iconic status among gaming enthusiasts. Just to make a point, Sony reveal...Read more
In Japan (obviously), they have vending machines for everything, ranging from worn underwear(yes, you read that correctly, those Japanese dudes are weird) to, breaking news, Android Games! Yes, now you can buy Android Games from Vending Machines, only in Japan! You can't get more retro and true than that, mark my words. Don't even try. So...Read more
Whenever you think that your iPod is cool, the alfa and omega like, you're forgetting one basic fact : before Apple and the iPod "revolution", the Sony Walkman ruled the world! I remember those cassette player Sony Walkmans since the 90's, yes, I am that old folks. And the first Walkman was invented back in 1978, when Steve Jobs was still th...Read more
I bet you did not know that, but the NSA and/or any other Government agency can get remote access over your computer, even when turned off. How about that? By remote access I mean that your privacy is zero, even if you're not connected to the internet or you have your hard drive encrypted. It doesn't matter. The Intel Core vPro CPU comes ...Read more
After the last week article from the New York Times, in which Nokia was revealed to be working on an Android device(the Mountain View project), as an alternative to their Microsoft running line of Lumia smartphones, now we just found out that Nokia didn't completely dropped the Android project, even if Microsoft's acquisition of their mobile busi...Read more
After Apple announced the iPhone 5s which comes with a brand-new 64-bit A7 CPU, Samsung's CEO JK Shin told the Korean newspapers that his company too will include in its future handsets a blazing fast 64-bit capable processor. Of course, what else can be expected from Samsung but to follow the example of an American company? Just kidding, m...Read more
When I'm asked if I trust Google, I have to say that trust doesn't come by default, it has to be earned first. In the beginning, we all trusted the good ol' Google with our private data, because they promised they will keep it secure. Fair warning, it's not only Google in this position, but they are THE tech company, the giant, the alpha and om...Read more
Even if Samsung stole the show at IFA 2013 with its Galaxy Gear, I bet you did not know that Qualcomm is preparing its own smartwatch, called Toq. Pretty cool name, huh? Well, Toq is a touchscreen smartwatch and it's designed to be used together with an Android running device, like a smartphone or a tablet. One of the main selling points of ...Read more
If you're not a big fan of Big Brother and the NSA surveillance, you will be shocked to know that Apple sold out completely : a report from The Social Media reveals that Apple just created a new technology which will be used to switch off the smartphone's camera, the Wi-Fi and whatever else necessary when its user will enter in a "sensible" are...Read more
Google Glass has been around for quite a few months now and, while some people are still wondered by it, there are others who have been busy little bees and didn’t just explore it, but expanded its capabilities. Blaine Bublitz, a developer and co-founder of IcedDev, a coding company, used his extensive knowledge and did what he does best: usi...Read more
The latest and the greatest in wearable technology is expected to come from Samsung Mobile at IFA 2013 on September 4th (probably simultaneously with the official launching of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3), in the shape and form of a "Galaxy Gear Smartwatch". Basically, the smartwatch will be a tiny, wearable smartphone and today we have rumors ...Read more
We already know that Google is tracking everything you do online, from your shopping habits to where you go, what do you like, where do you live, if you have pets, what are your friends, basically Google is everywhere in your life. The only condition is to use their products, i.e. their omnipotent search engine (which is number 1 in the world b...Read more
Once again, the well known Antutu benchmark reveals intimate details about the NVIDIA Tegra Tab 7, the latest tablet rumored to be manufactured in complete secrecy by the Santa Clara based company. Nvidia never mentioned anything officially about the Tegra Tab 7, yet, according to what we've seen today, the Tab 7 is as real as it gets. T...Read more
The latest flagship from the Koreans is now official, as the Optimus branding was abandoned, enters LG G2. Featuring a 5.2 inches wide screen, the LG G2 is a tad bigger than your regular flagship smartphone. But the resolution remained the same, at 1920x1080 pixels. The display panel is an IPS LCD with an impressive brightness measured at ...Read more
Droid World London 2013 is an Android related Conference which will take place at Earls Court 2, between October 22-23 2013. This is where leading Android developers, along with Android representatives and industry giants like Google and Twitter will meet and discuss the challenges facing the Android ecosystem. Even if Android is...Read more
Born in the USA I was, screams Motorola Moto X. Finally, the love child of Google and Motorola was officially launched. This is the first smartphone built by Motorola under close supervision by Google, since the two companies merged. Actually, Google bought Motorola but "merged" sounds more like a love story. Anyway, the Motorola M...Read more
Teach to Common Core State Standards 3rd grade mathGreat for public schools, charter schools, tutors, homeschooling, and parent educators.Engaging photos of earth science through bees and botany to he...
Teach to Common Core State Standards 1st through 4th grade mathThis is a sample version that introduces iLiveMath1 through iLiveMath4Great for public schools, charter schools, tutors, homeschooling, a...
Teach to Common Core State Standards 1st grade mathGreat for public schools, charter schools, tutors, homeschooling, and parent educators.Engaging photos of earth science through fruit objects to help...
iOCEAN is a 3D educational app developed to supplement high school oceanography. It is intended as a resource for students and provides a fun way to learn through interactive visualization. GAMEPLAY i...