IBM unveiled a cloud-based Blockchain offering on Monday along with governance and developer tools.
Calling it the first enterprise-ready blockchain service, the company said that the technology makes it possible for developers to build and host production of blockchain networks on the IBM Cloud…
Link: IBM launches blockchain tool on Linux Hyperledger Fabric
The image, which was uploaded to Chinese social networking website Weibo, reveals that the handset may sport a 2.7GHz octa-core CPU, 6GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. It could also ship running Android 7.0 Nougat. Recent rumors point towards Xiaomi releasing three variants — Lite, Regular and Premium — of the Mi6, leading us to suspect that this screenshot pertains to the latter, which is said to have a ceramic body and be powered by a Snapdragon 835 processor.
Link: Flagship Xiaomi Mi6 may sport 2.7GHz octa-core CPU and 6GB of RAM
Most Android devices come with bloatware in some form or another. At best, nearly all of those apps do nothing but take up precious space. At worst, they get in your way of working productively and efficiently. Wouldn’t it be nice if getting rid of those apps was just a matter of uninstalling them?
Link: Five tools for dealing with bloatware on your Android device
Mobile is now more than a disruptive technology. It has already made a generation of people rethink how they work and interact. But the new marketing trends are impacted by smart mobility too. Enterprise mobility trends conversely form every organization’s IT strategy. Every mobile app development process constitutes strategy, software, and development methodology that should be aligned to the current landscape of different sectors.
Link: The Top 9 Smart Mobility and Mobile App Marketing Trends for 2017
According to Google, ‘We use apps to call friends, send messages or listen to music. But sometimes, it’s hard to find exactly what you’re looking for. Today, we’re introducing a new way for you to search for information in your apps on your Android phone. With this new search mode, called In Apps, you can quickly find content from installed apps.
Link: Android Introduces in Apps Search
It’s that time of the year when the mobile community starts anticipating and speculating about the next Android platform version. We’re expecting it to be announced at the upcoming Google I/O Conference in May. Since February, Google has began teasing us by showing us Android Oreo and Android Pocky.
Link: Possible Android O features listed before official launch
Show menu Home News A non-trivial list of the 100+ must-have Android apps in 2017. That’s what this selection of essential Android apps aims to do: help you discover the very best of the platform without the tiresome trial-and-error. Finally, let’s get this out of the way: we are not including the services and messengers that most of you will install anyway.
Link: A non-trivial list of the 100+ must-have Android apps in 2017
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Link: Qualcomm 205 Mobile Platform brings 4G to entry-level handsets
Qualcomm will roll out sub-$50 feature phones with Category 4 LTE.
Qualcomm announced last week that it would move away from the Snapdragon branding for its lower-end platforms, and we’re now getting a first look at what that entails.
At an event in New Delhi, Qualcomm has introduced its latest…
Link: Qualcomm’s 205 Mobile Platform brings 4G connectivity to feature phones
This morning in New Delhi, Qualcomm is taking the wraps off of their latest entry-level, high-volume SoC, the Qualcomm 205 SoC. The cornerstone of the Qualcomm 205 Mobile Platform – and keeping in mind last week’s renaming of Qualcomm’s product stack – the 205 Platform is being launched as Qualcomm’s new entry-level SoC for emerging markets.
Link: Qualcomm Announces 205 Mobile Platform: Entry-Level LTE for India & Emerging Markets
It has been ages since any old-style feature phone could credibly be described as “cutting-edge,” but that doesn’t mean people don’t still buy them. Especially in poorer countries where the smartphone market is less saturated and mobile networks are less robust, they can make up as much as one-third to one-half of sales.
Link: Qualcomm’s “205 mobile platform” aims to modernize the dumbphone
From their first interactions, such as the company’s digital and social presence to its online application process, millennials will be judging the company’s digital maturity. Poor digital touch-points are a sure sign that the business is behind the times or unwilling to evolve – immediately putting off potential talent.
Link: Cloud helps take companies to new heights