Result for «mobile devices» in articles
If you want to play the tech game in Russia, you have to abide by Russia law. Those laws are constantly changing, as Google has recently discovered. A recent complaint by Russian search engine, Yandex, has led to the decision (by the Russian government) to demand that Google open up »04/18/2017, David Lee
Connected Home Devices: Are You Safe? IKEA has recently created a connected home lighting system. The system, called Tradfri, allows homeowners to turn lights on and off using a small console and your smartphone. The concept is interesting (Ikea has a video of this product running on its website), »03/29/2017, Jim Lewis
Yesterday, WikiLeaks dumped a massive amount of files on the Internet. Those files claim that the US Government (USG) has been using various devices to spy on certain people. The nature of this spying has a lot of tech companies (including Apple and Samsung) writing statements to its public today. »03/08/2017, Jim Lewis
Yesterday, Amazon Web Services (AWS) went down. The three-hour outage caused a lot of problems for customers on the East Coast using AWS (only the East Coast branch was impacted). Some of those customers included Medium, Quora, Business Insider, and a slew of companies that use AWS regularly. Additionally, the »03/03/2017, Alex Choi
Eight or so years ago, Mozilla’s Firefox was the definitive web browser to use. It’s still popular with desktop users. But Mozilla was never able to cross over into mobile quite as well as Google was with Chrome or Apple was with Safari. The most obvious reason being that »02/27/2017, Alex Choi
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Google has released its latest OS called (for now) Android O (the OS will eventually get a ‘sweet sounding’ name to go along with the rest of Google’s lineup). Android O introduces a few new features that Android users will probably like. A lot. But some of those features »03/23/2017, Steve Luck
The one thing that irritates me about the WiFi connection in my home is that it isn’t always reliable. If I wander into one room or another, the connection might drop. This irritation has led me to look into building a stronger WiFi connection, which has led me to a »03/06/2017, Alan Vega
Mozilla never really caught on with the iPhone crowd, but the company isn’t giving up. This time around, Mozilla has created a new mobile browser called Firefox Focus, which is, essentially, a stripped down version of a browser. Here’s what Mozilla has decided to do to capture that fleeting »11/18/2016, Steve Luck
Have you ever wondered if your phone, laptop, or other device is being monitored? Ever wished there were a way to tell whether or not someone was tapping into everything you write, say, and do on your mobile phone? Well, who better than Edward Snowden to create a phone case »07/22/2016, John Cook
Result for «mobile devices» in products
Wild media server (UPnP, DLNA, HTTP) - program, which provides media resources (photographs, audio and video files) on your computer to other UPnP (DLNA) devices in the home network.
Skype is software that enables you to make free calls anywhere in the world. Skype uses P2P (peer-to-peer) technology to connect you with other users.
MainType is a powerful but easy to use font manager and font viewer, that takes the frustration out of managing your fonts. You can use it to install, uninstall, preview and group your fonts, print reports, reveal detailed font information and more.
The new RealPlayer aims to make it easier than ever before to manage and move media across devices without worrying about file formats or conversion issues, giving users the control and flexibility to enjoy their media on their own terms.
All-in-1 Mobile Video Converter is a complete solution for fast video converting for your mobile devices. Simply select your device from the presented list and it will select the most optimal encoding parameters for you.