Apple (iOS) Vs. Android App – A comparative study Report 2019 - USS LLC
New Startup comes with the lost of unexpected challenges. As an entrepreneur, you have to find the most desirable solution for your business apps and Ideas. Although things get a lot simpler once you...
Chrome for iOS gets an offline Read Later feature
Google has officially brought a Pocket-like Read Later feature to the latest version of Chrome for iOS, as rumored by 9to5Mac last week.
Factors that will mold Android App Development in 2017
Cloud-Based Android App Development I am excited while writing on this point. The reason? Well, cloud finally got the attention and position that it deserved in this market. Small and medium-sized ent...
Apple Vs Android - A comparative study 2017 | Moon Technolabs
The last few years the smartphone segment has been witnessing a familiar battle on a year-on-year basis. Apple Vs Android is a classic tug of war of the Tech giants, each vying for a leading market sh...
Stagefright Exploit Puts Millions Of Android Devices At Risk
Millions of Android devices are at risk yet again after researchers found a new way to exploit an older vulnerability that was previously patched by Google.
New App Turns Smartphones Into Worldwide Seismic Network
UC Berkeley scientists today are releasing a free Android app that taps a smartphone’s ability to record ground shaking from an earthquake, with the goal of creating a worldwide seismic detection netw...
These leaked screenshots could be a glimpse at Apple Music for Android
A German website called Mobile Geeks has posted what it says are screenshots of Apple Music for Android and is reporting that Apple is currently conducting a private beta test with Android users.
Google, WhatsApp integration lets users back up messages on Android
Google and WhatsApp announced Wednesday that users of the popular messaging service will be able to back up their data through Google Drive in the near future.
New Chromecast adds color
The new $35 Chromecast comes in a variety of colors and makes several improvements on the older model...
Google Street View Goes Solo in New App
Google Street View is now available as a standalone Android and iOS application. For the first time, mobile users can explore 360-degree imagery of hiking trails, restaurant and hotel interiors, and m...
Google Said to Be Under U.S. Antitrust Scrutiny Over Android
Google Inc. is back under U.S. antitrust scrutiny as officials ask whether the tech giant stifled competitors’ access to its Android mobile-operating system, said two people familiar with the matter. ...
Could the FTC prevent Google taking much-needed control of Android?
The Android brand is smeared with the grime of fragmentation and security issues for good reason; both have been long-standing problems with the platform. A potential solution would be Google taking a...
Google’s Android Nexus event is scheduled for 29th September
Google has started sending its invitations for the Android Marshmallow themed event. The event is scheduled for 29th September and will be happening in San Francisco. For all we know, we are definite ...
Browser Slow? How to Make Google Chrome Fast Again
Have you noticed your usually speedy Google Chrome browser slowing down, or even crashing on you? Unnecessary plugins, extensions, and even browsing data can slow your browser down to a crawl, or make...
Google adds some visual flair to Android app searches
Google has transformed Android search for apps and now displays the results in a pictorial, grid-like fashion. For instance, searching for "music apps" (either...
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Preview
Everything you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, including impressions and analysis, photos, video, release date, prices, specs, and predictions from CNET. - Page 1
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Apple (iOS) Vs. Android App – A comparative study Report 2019 - USS LLC
New Startup comes with the lost of unexpected challenges. As an entrepreneur, you have to find the most desirable solution for your business apps and Ideas. Although things get a lot simpler once you...
Chrome for iOS gets an offline Read Later feature
Google has officially brought a Pocket-like Read Later feature to the latest version of Chrome for iOS, as rumored by 9to5Mac last week.
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