[ad_1] Google today rolled out a new feature for Android users designed to keep their accounts more secure: notifications about newly added devices. That is, when a new device is added to your Google account, youâ€™ll receive a push notification on your current Android device about the security event. The notification will ask, â€œDid you… Continue reading
[ad_1] Confide, the confidential messaging app that launched back in 2013, has today announced an integration with iMessage in iOS 10. As part of iOS 10â€™s new iMessage features, which incorporates apps right within the iMessage application, Confide users will be able to send self-destructing messages direct from their texts. Confide for iMessage will support… Continue reading
Consumers beginning to favor no contract smartphones. This article explores why the market is poised for off-contract shift.
The internet is getting its fair share of bad press these days. We take a look at some of the most popular criticisms and see if there is any basis behind the bashing.
In simple words it lets you know more about your followers. It’s a pretty short version of analytics of a twitter user to understand them and the tweets they mostly talk about, who mostly they connect to. Foller.me is a third-party Twitter service that renders instant detailed information about a particular Twitter userâ€™s latest 200 posts. It would generally take hours of scouting and pulling together information from hundreds of posts to scrape up some sort of insight into the userâ€™s topic interests on Twitter. Foller.me does this in a flash, providing 3 tag clouds which represent the userâ€™s key topics on Twitter.
Last year worlds leading graphics processor producing company NVIDIA Corporation introduced the Tegra family of processors, the first single-chip computer capable of the rich high definition and internet experiences weâ€™ve come to expect from our PCs, but on small pocket type devices. NVIDIA Tegra is a tiny computer-on-a-chip, smaller than a US dime (10-cent piece),… Continue reading