Category Archives: Android


The much anticipated Facebook mobile application has finally been released. After months of speculation (and leaking information) the app became available on mobile platforms including Android and iOS. Previous to the official Facebook application, the iPad and iPhone featured “Friendly for Facebook”, developed by Oecoway, Inc., and MyPad, and developed by Loytr, Inc. The official read more…


Announced today, Google purchased Motorola Mobility (widely known as the builder of Motorola’s cellphones and tablets) for $12.5 billion. Motorola Mobility significantly helped the company return to stronger revenue with its line of Android based smartphones. Some analysts say this shines light on future plans for Google (including the development of Google Tablets), however most read more…


Yesterday, Google rolled out their version of a mobile payment platform called “Google Wallet”. Their plan is to enter the multi-billion dollar mobile payments industry, which PayPal originally started many years ago. Amongst this news, PayPal promptly filed a 28-page lawsuit in the state of California against Google for allegedly stealing their mobile payments secrets. read more…


On Friday, Apple reportedly filed for lawsuit against Samsung for “copyright infringement” in the development and production of their Galaxy tablet and phones. Apple is seeking punitive damages which could certainly be a whole lot, since their Galaxy products have generated over 11 million units sold since their release last year. Although Samsung’s products are read more…


Search Engine titan Google, plans to introduce businesses and consumers to a whole new world of analytics. They have joined partners with MasterCard, Citigroup, and VeriFone (manufacturer of point of sale systems) on using near field communication (NFC) support and mobile payments. Although the official announcement has not been released by Google, the following details read more…


Do you find yourself tired of manually entering the contact information of an important friend, colleague, or client? Here’s an idea for the new age, make yourself a QR (“quick response”) barcode! The QR code is a square barcode that can contain information such as your name, e-mail, website, address, geological coordinates, and even URLs. read more…