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How Banking is Keeping Up in Our Digital Age

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There’s no doubt about it: this age is a digital one. If this generation had a mascot, it’d be a smartphone. Image via Flickr Everything – from shopping to ordering delivery – can be done with an app, and it’s a convenience that we covet. The more we can do from our smartphones, the better – especially when it comes ... Read More »

A Big Step Ahead for Windows Phone

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After they spent huge amount of money to make developers build Windows Phone apps, now they are providing tools to mobile developers to convert their Android or iOS apps to work with Windows Phone. I am an Android fan, but I also like diversity. The mobile world will be a bad place with only one mobile operating system. Despite Apple ... Read More »

Breakthrough Found for Aluminum Batteries

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We live in an age where devices seem to be limited only by imagination. We now have flexible devices, quick-charging devices and many other things that we would have thought of as science-fiction a decade ago. Can there be something beyond that? That was the question a group of researchers at Stanford University decided to find an answer for. The ... Read More »

My Impressions on Android 5.0 After 2 Weeks

It’s been about 2 weeks since I got the major Android update, 5.0. It is honestly a major update. I am using Android from version 1.5, back in 2009, and I can say that this was the most improved Android update. There are so many things that I have been waiting for a long time. When I first looked at ... Read More »

Will Android Lion roar into view this autumn?

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Hot on the heels of the year’s biggest Apple event, there’s been plenty of conjecture on what the latest Android OS, until now codenamed Android L, will be called. Some say it’s Lollipop, others insist Lemon Meringue Pie, yet the latest rumour is that the newest offering will be called Android Lion. Doesn’t sound very sweet, you might say, but ... Read More »