Kemoge malware: Yet another reason not to use unofficial Android app installs

Unofficial Android apps are finding their way to devices through ads in more than 20 countries, including the U.S. They gain root access and gather phone data before sending off to a remote server. Another week, another attack on Android through adware apps it seems. Security and cyber-attack firm…


The New Foursquare Is Here

The check-in is dead. Foursquare, the service that popularized telling the world where you are, has fully removed the act of checking into venues from its app in Wednesday's major update toiOS and Android, version 8.0. Those who still want to announce their location can do so with Swarm, the…


The Future of Real-Time Mapping is Here

Technology is taking the way consumers get information to levels that would have never been imagined a decade ago. Information is power and having access to accurate, up to date information is what separates those keeping up with technological times from the rest of society. Mapping, and more…


Blogging Made Easy with These iPhone Apps

Updating your blog or checking your stats on the go can be great if you want to stay on top of your WordPress blog. As one of the most popular blogging platforms in the world, WordPress apps are in high demand. Some of the best apps are the ones that allow you to manage and update your site…


Finding the Best Apps for Your Business

The app market is heating up and there are a lot more apps for employees in the workforce to use to increase productivity. Thousands of apps are out there with more being developed every day, but 5 really productive ones are listed below. DropBox for Teams One of the most effective virtual file…


Five Apps to Make You More Productive

With the proliferation of smartphones on the market today, and the seemingly endless availability of apps for the same, there are quite a few that will help make your days more productive. Whether for personal use, or business, there is a productivity app for everyone. Pocket This app allows you…


iPhone Adopted for Use By U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Workers

Despite the influx of complaints about the latest iPhone, Apple’s sure got one major fan still standing: the U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE). The division, which is part of the Department of Homeland Security, filed a report recently that stated it will be obtaining iOS devices…


Microsoft Unleashes Skype for Windows 8

The countdown is dwindling…in only 4 days, Windows 8 will be available for purchase. Just in time for the celebratory event, Microsoft has released a Skype that is customized for the new  8 system. The new version of Skype has a similar look and feel as other apps on Windows 8 – meaning, users can…


CPS Warranty: Staples Helps Boosts Windows 8-Equipped Machines

Staples is the world’s largest supplier of office products, and the second largest office supply online retailer. Since 1986, the popular supply go-to provides products, services and expertise for both the professional and personal arenas including computer hardware and software, writing utensils,…


Amiigo: Smarter than the Average Fitness App

Couch potatoes are running out of excuses to keep themselves planted into those cushions much longer. There’s a marathon going on in which thousands of companies are racing to develop the best fitness app. From MyFitnessPal to Endomondo and GAIN Fitness (and then there are the gizmos, too, like…