Mobile Technology Challenge


Thanks to recent innovations in the mobile device industry, demand for mobile
applications has soared. In fact, consumers have already downloaded billions of
applications for mobile devices, and industry reports point to ongoing rapid growth
in the mobile apps market
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At the same time, malware continues to infect sites at an explosive rate. The
proliferation of mobile applications – and the growing threat posed by malware –
mean that mobile devices and networks now face an even greater risk of becoming
infected with malicious content. Once an infection occurs, the consequences can
be potentially disastrous for consumers, developers, and network operators alike.
Mobile application developers need to secure their code and content to protect
the integrity of their software and the reputation of their business. Similarly,
consumers need assurances that the latest cool game or productivity application
that they are downloading to their mobile device is coming from a trusted
source and has not been tampered with during transit. At the same time,
legitimate independent software vendors (ISVs) who typically publish multiple
applications – and several versions of each application – need easy-to-use
tools to track and administer their software. Robust tools, such as a Web-based
management portal, can track releases and safely “recall” specific versions that
become infected without impacting the rest of their published applications.

 

Bye Bye Samsung Video and Media Hub!!


As of August 1, 2014, Samsung Video and Media Hub will no longer be available as we focus on some exciting new video products. You will not be able to re-download past purchases but will still be able to use the video player for previously downloaded content.

The ability to purchase and rent video from Samsung Video and Media Hub will be disabled on July 1.To retain long-term access to your video library, Samsung recommends that you transfer your previously purchased content to Samsung’s new video partner, M-GO (a joint venture of DreamWorks Animation and Technicolor). You will only be able to transfer the content you have purchased (not the content you have rented) to M-GO. All Samsung Video and Media Hub customers who transfer their account to M-GO will receive the benefit of an exclusive Welcome Offer valued at up to $13. By transferring your Samsung Video and Media Hub content to M-GO, you will be able to access your previously purchased videos from M-GO’s library at no additional cost.

Once content is transferred, you will no longer be able to re-download content you purchased from Samsung Video or Media Hub.You can redeem your exclusive M-GO offer and begin the transfer process by Clicking Here

 

Google TextBooks Anyone???


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It seems that Google has kept their Promise of having School textbooks on Google Play.In the Beginning they wer not very Forthcoming with details but hey its Google!!!

Well Boys and Girls its Finally here and just in Time for Fall Semester!!!

I have always had an affinity for E books for their ease of Access and Search Ability.Its a Digital World afterall and it Demands adaptability to technology,which most colleges are slow to adapt.My Question is what Kinds of editions are available and whether they will be adaptable to Current Classes offered in Various Colleges.

A quick Glance in Science+technology shows quite the collection for Java and C++ texts but None that my College uses,but nevertheless Google is not claiming to be School textbook supplier and as such they are Very Good Resources to fill in the gaps that standard text may not Fill.

Source:Google Play