At this year’s Google I/O, its annual software developer conference, the tech giant announced the Developer Preview of the next version of its Android operating system. Unofficially called the Android M, the latest OS is packed with many new features worth getting excited about.
If you’ve owned an iPhone for more than a few months, maybe even weeks, you’ve likely been caught in a situation where you need to charge your battery fast but have only a limited amount of time to access a power supply. While the obvious solution is to simply plug it into the nearest outlet and hope it powers up quickly, there’s actually a few simple steps you can take to speed up the rate at which your battery charges.
Over the decades of the internet’s existence, cyber threats have evolved at a rapid pace. When once there were only viruses and malware to watch out for, now you have to protect your business from worms, trojans, ransomware and dozens of other online threats.
Data visualizations are common in business presentations today. They can provide us an overview of information and results in a simple and easily digestible way. Good data visualization helps users to understand data in order to make informed decisions based on the findings.
For iPad fans, the most anticipated event of the year is when Apple holds their annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). Apple announced at WWDC this year in June the release of their new products and platforms, including the big update of iOS 9. There’s a lot to look forward to in the upcoming update, including design and interface changes, and exciting new features.
Earlier this month, Microsoft announced they’ll be replacing their current E4 Office 365 suite with the new upgrade – E5. With an unspecified release date for later this year, E5 will have a direct effect on current E4 users and those who are thinking about signing up for a new Office 365 package.
It’s easy for anyone to speculate about what the top productivity killers are for today’s workforce. What may come to mind first are distractions such as email, social media, or the personal problems of employees. But last month in a new survey of 2,175 hiring and human resources managers, CareerBuilder revealed what some of the real issues are.
When it comes to social media marketing, most businesses would think of Facebook before all other platforms. Over the past few years, the number of Facebook users has been growing at an astounding pace, and many businesses are advertising on Facebook, allowing them to better target their audiences.
Log on to Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, or even simply take a walk in a city park, and one thing is clear: the selfie revolution is upon us. And now it looks as though this contemporary pastime is becoming more than just a social media trend. Major industry players are now using facial recognition technology to replace passwords as the new method of online identification.
Most of us know that gaining a foothold on social media takes time and effort. But if you’re at the point where you’ve already put in hundreds of hours of work with few results to show for it, you’re likely doing something wrong. There could be a number of different reasons for this, but here is a common trap that a lot of social media newbies fall into.