Many of us are still waiting for Android Pie to hit our phones, but Google doesn’t wait for anybody. The Mountain View company is already hard at work on Android Q, the next iteration of its mobile platform. But what will Google be bringing to the table in terms of new Android Q features?
Link: Android Q: The top features we know about so far
“We are moving from a mobile-first world to an AI-first world” Is it only applicable to Google? Not really. In the recent past, we have seen several advancements in and in parallel a plethora of intelligent apps coming into the market. These advancements are enabling developers to take their apps to the next level by integrating recommendation service, image recognition, speech recognition, voice translation, and many more cool capabilities.
Link: How is Artificial Intelligence changing the mobile developer role?
A great trip away from home is about more than racking up frequent flyer miles or going somewhere you haven’t been before. Travel broadens our horizons, lowers blood pressure, and expands the mind in ways that just reading about exotic locales could never do.
Almost everyone wants to travel more,…
Link: The Best Apps for Finding Travel Deals
On a weekly basis, hundreds of applications are submitted for approval in the app stores like Google Play Store and Apple App Store. And guess what? Majority of these web and mobile app approval submissions are rejected and still the number of apps in the app stores ranks in millions. Money! That’s what all this is about.
Link: How Much Can You Exactly Earn From A Mobile App?
One in five apps from the top 150 free VPN Android apps in Google’s Play Store was flagged as a potential source of malware, while a quarter of them come with user privacy breaking bugs such as DNS leaks which expose user DNS queries to their ISPs. As found by Simon Migliano, Metric Labs’ Head of Research, the company behind the Top10VPN service, these VPN Android applications have already been installed approximately 260 million times according to the numbers reported by Google’s official store.
Link: Malware, User Privacy Failures Found in Top Free VPN Android Apps
The simple fact is we are all still wasting valuable time every day on tasks that decelerate our work processes due to inefficient of incomplete communications solutions. But, communications providers recognize those inefficiencies and have built solutions that will help users work, communicate, and collaborate better. Mike Chase, Director of Channel Management at Jive Communications, which was acquired by LogMeIn last year, will be discussing what businesses can expect to see from their cloud communications vendors in the coming year that will help them work smarter and get more done, at MSP Expo in Ft.
Link: What’s Changing in Cloud Communications (Part 1)
January 21, 2019
Nyansa: Cloud and AI Taking Complexity Out of Network Management
Mobile is a must, not an option, today. That includes enabling mobile access to resources and communications services outside the businesses network, but also within the walls of the…
Link: Nyansa: Cloud and AI Taking Complexity Out of Network Management