Looking at the new Google Calendar

Looking at the new Google Calendar

For users who have Google Apps and Android devices, Google Calendar is one of the more useful tools and app. With the recent update of Android 5.0, the tech company has been releasing updates to their mobile apps too. The latest app to get a makeover, with a new updated version, is Google Calendar and with it some great features have been introduced.

Nexus 6, 9 and Lollipop announced!

Nexus 6, 9  and Lollipop announced!

Google’s Nexus line of devices promises users a pure Android experience. This means that the operating system is exactly as Google designed it to be, unlike many other Android devices where manufacturers add their own layout and design. In mid October, Google announced not one, but three new Nexus devices that set a new benchmark for what Android can really be.

Create and manage Android folders

Create and manage Android folders

Mobile operating systems like Android have a wealth of features that users can take advantage of. However, many of these features are often hidden or not well represented. For example, did you know that on Android devices you can create folders on your home screen for your apps? Here’s five tips on how you can create and manage these folders.

Android location settings 101

Android location settings 101

As you learn about the different features of your Android smartphone, you’ll no doubt come across is location services and whether or not you want to approve these. While you might think this convenient feature can do you no harm, think again. Sometimes it’s best to hide your location in your smartphone as this can affect your device’s security.

Boost your Android storage

Boost your Android storage

Mobile devices like smartphones and tablets play a huge role in helping today’s workforce get things done while on-the-go. With that in mind, storage space has become an essential backbone to support today’s fast-paced world, giving users security, versatile support, and peace of mind.

Is your phone safe from Heartbleed?

Is your phone safe from Heartbleed?

Almost two-thirds of the Web is vulnerable to Heartbleed-based attacks. This is regardless of the fact that major companies tried to address the problem by releasing updates. Considering the magnitude and severity of the problems that it can cause you and your business, you simply cannot afford to neglect or ignore this threat, especially if you use Android devices.

Use Office on your Android for free

AndroidPhone_Apr07_BThe latest version of Office Mobile came to the Android market last year. However, users were required to have an Office 365 account in order to use Office on their Android device. Today, Microsoft has changed the conditions and Android users can enjoy using Office on their devices for free without the need to have any paid subscription.