Tag Archives: android

Android 5.0: Lollipop Gets Serious About Security

It’s never easy being No. 1, as Windows XP discovered in the first decade of the 20th century. Mischief-makers attacked Windows XP because 80 percent of the world’s population used it, giving Windows a nagging reputation — which is somewhat unfair — of being significantly less secure than Mac. Mobile malware makers target Android for the same reason that others ...

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6 Tips to Make Your Android Phone Run Faster

Do you ever feel like your phone seems to slow down over time? Turns out that there is some truth to that slowdown. But when you’re not ready for a phone upgrade, you can settle with some of these options to speed up your phone. Move Your Files to Your SD Card As mentioned, filling your phone with too many programs ...

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Just How Lucrative is the App Market?

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Pointers for fledgling developers Virtually everything can be accomplished online nowadays, especially through the utilization of the most up-to-date and informative apps on the market. However, the app market isn’t as straightforward as you may think. Like any business venture there are many things that you must weigh up before jumping head first into a thriving and ultra-competitive marketplace. Below ...

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Android App Rules Tightened By Google

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According to the latest news from Google, the Android app rules for device interference and in-game purchases are about to get tighter. Google is in the process of cleaning up the Play store to make sure users aren't troubled by "dirty apps."

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Comparing Android Galaxy S4 Mini, S4 and S3 Mini

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Here at GearFuse we may be a little biased towards Apple products, this can be evidenced by the wealth of blog posts about the iPhone. That said though, we know that many of you out there are Android fans and while generally it's not our first choice, there is something to be said for Android gadgets.

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Why Have Chat Apps Overtaken SMS Messaging?

In 2012, nearly 19 million texts were sent through text applications while 17.6 text messages were sent using the phone's telecom company's SMS infrastructure. So people like to talk. Clearly. But why are we leaning towards third-party chat applications?

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