This post starts a series on loving your phone… Take care of the battery, remove bloatware, and more. Continue reading Love Your Phone Series: Get Started
It’s a potentially great crime-fighting tool for the future: a criminal’s image could be recognized in the mirror of someone’s cornea in a digital photo. After reading a recent article, I thought about security and privacy issues that this new technology raises for missions in the future..
If you’re a missionary who works or travels to areas of the world where security is an issue, you should think about this new development. [Read more…] Continue reading Eyes and Security Issues for Digital Photos
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I thought this infographic from OnlineUniversites.com was very helpful for iOS users. Some of the above apps are also available for Androids. If not, here’s some options for the rest of us that I found with Google search Continue reading “Best Learning Apps for Your Mobile Devices”
You don’t need to own a Kindle. You can read Kindle books on your desktop, laptop, smartphone, or tablet, using this free app. Continue reading Read Books Anywhere
Abraham shares how he arranges his apps on his iPhone (and includes a run down of his top twenty apps). Continue reading 20 Top iPhone Apps (Guest Post)
Your smartphone, the pocket-sized personal computer in your purse, needs backup and security features to protect it from viruses and more. Malware threats to mobile phones rose 2.5 times in the last six months alone! Continue reading Security for Your Phone