The sheer number of applications available in Google Play means spending hours distinguishing apps that improve your productivity from those that will dampen your efficiency. To save you time, we have chosen four apps that will make your life much easier.
Is your Android phone or tablet acting strange? Is it running slower than usual? Is it consuming a lot of mobile data fast? If any of these instances sound familiar, your device may be infected with a virus. This guide will show you how to get rid of malware in your Android device.
Because Amazon Echo sold like hotcakes during the holidays, Alexa became the darling of Christmas 2017, taking over our homes and hearts. With the Android version of the app now enabled with voice control, Alexa can continue to smoothly make its way into our lives via our smartphones.
Facebook, Instagram, Gmail, Google Maps, and YouTube are the kinds of applications that anyone with a smartphone knows by heart -- no mobile device is complete without them. These cross-platform apps are so popular that they tend to bury other apps probably just as useful.
Yes, thanks to the new Chromebooks that will be launched in 2017. Users of the older versions of Chromebook don’t need to worry. Android apps will be repurposed for a bigger platform, and their old-model devices will get a taste of Android apps, too.
A new Android malware is attacking sensitive files at some of the largest corporations in the U.S. and Europe. Companies that use BYOD programs are particularly vulnerable to infection of the malware, which comes from the DressCode family. Find out more about this malicious malware and how you can protect yourself from it.