Tag Archives: Mobile

Android Virtual Machines

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From time to time I come across technologies and products that impress me… Last week at BriForum  2016 (  the last one – see: The End of an Era  by Jo Harder )   I saw a couple of of vendors  that I want to check further…  One of them, and the one this post is about […]

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Android / iOS Platform OS version targeting

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From a development point of view it is interesting to see the difference between the Android and iOS  versions needed to be supported… While researching, I ran into an October 2012 article on dazeinfo.coma  which mentions that while  iOS 6 Adoption Rate is about 60% iPhones Updated To iOS 6 vs. about 2% of Android […]

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Tips for Effective BYOD Management

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The quintessential smartphone has evolved from a high-end consumer product for the executive level business person, to a common man’s necessity. Taking this development into consideration, businesses are now considering implementing Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) programs with an aim to drive employee productivity using new technology. Managing BYOD Whether you already permit your personnel to bring their […]

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Palm Pre – WebOS 1.4 upgrade.

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I just got the much anticipated WebOS 1.4  which, amongst many others features, enables video capture and which supports Adobe’s Flash Player.   I just did a couple of quick tests. Pretty good  video quality and Flash works nicely. Can wait to check the rest of the list. A silly quick test follows:

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iPhone vs Palm Pre

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No this will not be a full comparasion or anything like that, just a quick rambling in myblog regardind my observations between the two platforms, after using both for about a couple of months now. Although I secretly wanted for the Pre to be the one to write about, I have to say that iPod […]

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10,000 apps available for Android

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If you remember  my post a couple of weeks ago, I talked about what I liked and disliked about my  newly purchased  Palm Pre.   At the time, I mentioned the biggest challenge for me was the lack of available applications, and asked Palm, to open up the store to developers! I ran across the article […]

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