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Starbucks now offers Juice for your mind AND PHONE - Nenu Tech

Starbucks now offers Juice for your mind AND PHONE - Nenu Tech | Mobile-App-Development | Scoop.it
Starbucks has always been an innovative organization. It is not just another coffee shop, Starbucks is a great place to hold business meetings too.  Recently …
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Apple likely to release iOS 8 at 1 p.m. ET, 10 a.m. PT Wednesday

Apple likely to release iOS 8 at 1 p.m. ET, 10 a.m. PT Wednesday | Mobile-App-Development | Scoop.it
Apple will probably release iOS 8 at 1 p.m. ET (10 a.m. PT) tomorrow, the traditional time of its mobile operating system upgrade launches.
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How Apple is playing hardball with Microsoft

How Apple is playing hardball with Microsoft | Mobile-App-Development | Scoop.it
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It can be argued that Apple making OS and office-suite software free follows a strong trend toward free software in the burgeoning mobile market. The move is an interesting one on several fronts.

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Requirements Engineering for Web Development Projects | Mobile App Development for iOS and Android - Nenu Tech London

Requirements Engineering for Web Development Projects | Mobile App Development for iOS and Android - Nenu Tech London | Mobile-App-Development | Scoop.it
Requirements engineering is the first stage of the development process in computer based systems. It is probably the most important and the most ignored stage also.
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Although it is true that the requirements engineering is the first stage in development process, it does not end there. Requirements should evolve and become clear during the life of the project.

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5 Things Businesses Need to Know About Google Glass

5 Things Businesses Need to Know About Google Glass | Mobile-App-Development | Scoop.it
Much of the talk surrounding Google Glass has focused on its consumer appeal. However, the device does have enterprise potential.
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The hype over Google Glass, a wearable computer with a head-mounted display, has focused on consumer applications. But where does Glass fit in the enterprise? How will IT departments handle another device to monitor? Are there major business opportunities with the device?

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Why should businesses create a mobile website? | Mobile App Development for iOS and Android - Nenu Tech London

Why should businesses create a mobile website? | Mobile App Development for iOS and Android - Nenu Tech London | Mobile-App-Development | Scoop.it
For past 2 months since I started commuting to work in Central London by tube and couldn’t help but notice the number of people using smart phones to entertain themselves during the otherwise boring journey.
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There is no doubt that the Smartphones have become mainstream and the implications for businesses are profound. With so many customers using mobile phones to access information over the internet, businesses have to take action to make sure that they can be found as easily over the mobile web.

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Nexus 5 Review: The Best Android Can Offer (Especially For the Price)

Nexus 5 Review: The Best Android Can Offer (Especially For the Price) | Mobile-App-Development | Scoop.it
This year, after having leaked more than a shot-up sieve, the long-awaited Nexus 5 is here with Android 4.4 (KitKat) in tow. It's most definitely one of the best phones you can buy, even if it doesn't quite meet its inflated expectations.
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It's a smartphone from Google (built by LG) designed to showcase the newest version of Android (4.4, a.k.a. KitKat) in its purest form. It has a 5-inch, 1080p IPS Plus screen (445 pixels per inch), Qualcomm's current flagship in the quad-core 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB RAM, 2300mAh battery, and a 8MP camera on the back. And yes, unlike last year's Nexus 4, the Nexus 5 supports LTE with no hacking required.

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Fake AdBlock Plus app removed from Google's Play store

Fake AdBlock Plus app removed from Google's Play store | Mobile-App-Development | Scoop.it
Google has removed an application from its Play store that purported to be AdBlock Plus, a well-known application that blocks online ads.
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The bogus application actually delivered more advertisements to users, wrote Dmitry Bestuzhev, who is head of Kaspersky Lab's research and analysis team for Latin America.

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First look: Microsoft Remote Desktop apps for iOS and Android

First look: Microsoft Remote Desktop apps for iOS and Android | Mobile-App-Development | Scoop.it
Late to the game, Microsoft releases Remote Desktop apps for rival mobile platforms, but they're bare-bones at best -- and where's the WinPhone version?
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Remote Desktop works a lot like its Windows counterpart: It connects to any Windows PC that can support a Remote Desktop connection and is accessible through a network. Once connected, you're presented with the remote computer's screen and can pass mouse gestures and key commands.

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How an app helps a customer | Mobile App Development for iOS and Android - Nenu Tech London

We see so many businesses and products have a special icon saying available on iOS and available on Android. The number of apps developed for different products or services have been increasing exponentially.
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Apps have made life simpler to some (if not most) of us. I can imagine a scenario as complex as planning a vacation right from finding a place, booking a car/flight/train or other modes of transportation, finding hotels to stay, tourist places, offers and places of interest, traffic and returning back to home can be done just with different apps.

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iOS vs. Android: Your Best Arguments

iOS vs. Android: Your Best Arguments | Mobile-App-Development | Scoop.it
iOS and Android are both great mobile platforms. They also have quite a bit of room for improvement and different ideas of what matters to users. Naturally, many people feel one trumps the other. So is one actually better?
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iOS and Android in counter argument, UI, design and quality discussed in detail.

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Why wireless carriers are discounting Windows Phones

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Carriers won't say much, but they seem to be clearing their shelves of excess smartphone stock that's getting stale by cutting prices for some Windows Phone 8 phones that have been on the market for barely two months.

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Future looks promising for Near Field Communications ( NFC ) | Mobile App Development for iOS and Android - Nenu Tech London

Future looks promising for Near Field Communications ( NFC ) | Mobile App Development for iOS and Android - Nenu Tech London | Mobile-App-Development | Scoop.it
Near Fields Communication or NFC for short, is a simple yet very powerful technology with a potential to change the way we interact with devices around us.
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Near Fields Communication or NFC for short, The underlying technology behind NFC is the same RFIDs, which has been used for decades now. The mechanism allows RFID enabled devices to establish connection when they are brought closer to each other. The radio connection can then be used for communication and data exchange.

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Leaked screenshot shows Cortana making her debut on Windows 9

Leaked screenshot shows Cortana making her debut on Windows 9 | Mobile-App-Development | Scoop.it
A series of leaked screenshots shows the Cortana digital assistant in action on Windows 9. This is good news for the new operating system, and one more reason to look forward to it in action.
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Banking malware infections rise to highest level since 2002

Banking malware infections rise to highest level since 2002 | Mobile-App-Development | Scoop.it
Malicious software aimed at stealing online banking credentials surged in the third quarter of this year to a level not seen since 2002, according to a new report from Trend Micro.
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The security vendor said it counted more than 200,000 new infections from July through September, the highest number it has recorded in a three-month period in 11 years.

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Google wants tattoo to act as smartphone microphone

Google wants tattoo to act as smartphone microphone | Mobile-App-Development | Scoop.it
Google already has Google Glass, but now it's taking the wearable technology concept a big step further: It's developing an electronic skin tattoo for the throat that can act as a microphone for a smartphone, tablet or other device.
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Google's Motorola Mobility unit plans to put the microphone on a person's throat via an electronic skin tattoo. The tattoo would communicate over Near-Field Communications, Bluetooth, Infrared or other short-range technology to a nearby smartphone.

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Those iOS 7 Icons Zoom At You Doing 20 Miles Per Hour

When iOS 7 came out, the animations were the first thing everyone noticed. Some people even claimed they got seasick watching their phones.
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When you open a homescreen app and it zooms in to fill your screen, it's moving toward you from an imaginary start point 5.33 feet away. Since the animation takes 0.8 seconds, that calculates out to 4.5 miles per hour. Jogging speed.

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McAfee Moves to Redefine SIEM, Enterprise Security

McAfee Moves to Redefine SIEM, Enterprise Security | Mobile-App-Development | Scoop.it
Most security information event management systems can identify threats, but they can't remove them. All this does is put a bull's eye on a CIO's back.
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Security information event management (SIEM) software placed an emphasis on identifying threats, not eliminating them. McAfee just attempted to fix that problem with its latest release of Enterprise Security Manager (ESM).

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7 Home Improvement Apps to Help Your Inner Handyman

7 Home Improvement Apps to Help Your Inner Handyman | Mobile-App-Development | Scoop.it
Whether you're remodeling your kitchen or just fixing a leaky faucet, keeping up with your house's basic maintenance is an essential part of home ownership.
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with these helpful mobile apps in your tool-belt, you'll be able to tackle virtually any project without having to get your contractor's license.

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Social Media strategy for small businesses | Mobile App Development for iOS and Android - Nenu Tech London

Small businesses can benefit tremendously from social media tools. Businesses have used social media tools to find new customers, increase brand loyalty, and even provide customer support.
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Creating a page on Facebook, or signing up for Twitter is the first step, but its not enough. To effectively leverage the social media tools for marketing, businesses need to have a social media strategy.

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Lenovo shows Android laptop in leaked user manuals

Lenovo shows Android laptop in leaked user manuals | Mobile-App-Development | Scoop.it
Accidentally leaked user manuals from PC maker Lenovo show that the company is preparing a new laptop that runs Android instead of Windows.
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leaked user manual by PC maker Lenovo Called the IdeaPad A10, the laptop has a 10.1 inch HD screen and is listed as an Android device.

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iPad Air First Impressions: Big Never Felt So Small

iPad Air First Impressions: Big Never Felt So Small | Mobile-App-Development | Scoop.it
It's fitting for the iPad Air to have a new name, because it feels like an almost entirely new device. And for every second the Air sits in your hands, the iPads that came before it feel older and older and older.
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The iPad Air is light. Like, really light. One pound to its predecessor's one and a half. If you're into the idea of using a 10-incher one-handed, there's no better option.

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BlackBerry Messenger relaunches for Android, iPhone after month delay

BlackBerry Messenger relaunches for Android, iPhone after month delay | Mobile-App-Development | Scoop.it
Nearly a month after problems delayed release of its BlackBerry Messenger apps for iPhone and Android, BlackBerry said it had relaunched the app on Monday.
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People who didn't pre-register to get BBM must install the app, enter an email address and then wait for the rollout. About 6 million people signed up at BBM.com and can start using BBM immediately without waiting in line.

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Report: Apple Working on Two Big iPhones, For Whatever That's Worth

Report: Apple Working on Two Big iPhones, For Whatever That's Worth | Mobile-App-Development | Scoop.it
There is a long, proud lineage of Apple product rumors, reaching back to before the original iPhone. Some come true, most do not.
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Apple is working on two new iPhone models, one 4.7 inches and one 5.5 inches, These new phones would have "glass that curves downward at the edges".

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How to balance maintenance and IT innovation

How to balance maintenance and IT innovation | Mobile-App-Development | Scoop.it
Many IT leaders admit their spending is too heavily weighted toward keep-the-lights-on projects. Here's how to tip the balance.
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what your company's executives most want to see from your IT organization. more than half your time and resources are spent, not on innovative projects, but on "keep the lights on" activities whose sole purpose is to prevent existing systems from breaking down.

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