The next time you receive a text or read a tweet, think about how often you do the same. Someone could be on the toilet and checking your Facebook status while you’re checking out his! Turns out, we’re all taking our mobile devices to the bathroom more and more, for a multitude of reasons including making work-related calls.
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There are plenty of mobile users who will say that they are an Apple or Google fanatic, very rarely will you hear that they are a fan of both. Therefore, these too mobile giants are always battling it out to be the one who sits on the Mobile Throne.
How Mobile Spy Technology Works on a Smartphone
One of the latest buzzes in the world of smartphones is the mobile spy technology that has taken mobile security to a new height. As the name suggests, in simple terms, this technology allows one to act as an undercover agent to find out about the suspicious activities going on the smartphone. The important word here is ‘undercover’; yes, you become an invisible part of this secret spy play wherein you get to know about what is happening on the smartphone at every fixed interval. In this play, the mobile spy technology is in the form of a mobile app working in an invisible mode and you are the remote control of this app that tracks everything and make it available to you online. Continue reading How Mobile Spy Technology Works on a Smartphone
Every good set of statistics should come with a compelling asterisk as a footnote to the data.
At the genesis of the smart phone era, the term “smart phone” was immediately attached to the BlackBerry. The terms became synonymous. It was the hottest piece of technology at the time, with a sharp marketing strategy, and became one of the fastest selling cell phones on the market. Within the last few months, Research in Motion (RIM), the manufacturer of the BlackBerry, has been making news for headlines that essentially imply that RIM is collapsing.
The ever-popular mobile device (we don’t call them “phones” anymore as that only represents a minor portion of how they’re used) has always been associated with the type of lifestyle that many people crave without having the type of outrageous expense that normally comes with such luxuries. What are the real costs?
This amazing interactive graphic is in a frame for a reason. As you scroll down, you’ll understand why.
+JD Rucker is Founder of Hasai, Inc, a Social Media Firm, Director of New Media for KPA, an Automotive SEO firm that purchased Hasai, and Editor at Soshable, a Social Media Marketing Blog. Find him on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest.
The wolves of the tech-blogging world are circling around Research In Motion, calling them has-beens and tossing out rumors left and right as the once-proud BlackBerry brand fades into antiquity thanks to the rise of iPhone and Android. There are reasons to believe that we haven’t seen the last of RIM, most notably the probability that their weakness in the market today will make them a prime target for a buyout in the future.