Every now and then I hear about, or read about, a security issue or exploit within Android. Some of these issues are legitimate and should be noted. Others are rubbish and shouldn’t be discussed or otherwise encouraged. A while ago I blogged about Trojans, Viruses and Malware and how, while the threats were real, the likelihood […]
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The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here's an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 540 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 9 trips to carry that many people. Click here to see the […]
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Yes, this post is going to show you how to use productivity apps to create, edit and share documents and spreadsheets. Yes, it can be done with Android. Yes, you can get a lot more done than you probably realize.
OK, maybe it’s still not as powerful as the full Microsoft Office Suite still is. In addition, these apps I’m about to discuss are much more productive on bigger devices (aka tablets), although this still applies for phones as well. For the majority of users, you will likely be pleasantly surprised at what can be done. Check out after the break for what apps that Google has provided Android users to enable more productive work to be done on your device.
Tech Sessions is to be a periodical blog to help people in learning more about technology. These sessions will be intentionally fundamental, set for those in need of basic and easy to understand explanations of the technological wonder that you hold in your hands. Enjoy! So I had a post a while ago about Google […]
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Tech Sessions is to be a periodical blog to help people in learning more about technology. These sessions will be intentionally fundamental, set for those in need of basic and easy to understand explanations of the technological wonder that you hold in your hands. Enjoy! I don’t care what smartphone you own, you are likely […]
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I realized a couple of weeks ago that I enjoy smartphone tech to a level unappreciated by most of those in my immediate circles. I have family members that love Android devices. I have family members that love their iPhones. And I have family that just want a phone that works and doesn’t cause them grief […]
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So this month has been big in the Android world, with the official releases of the Nexus 9 tablet, Nexus 6 mammoth phone and, of course, Android 5.0 Lollipop. What a sweet, weird name that one. But anyways, there was nothing sweet, but a whole lot of weird, about a review published by The Verge […]
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