Don’t Shoot The Facebook Messenger, Just Yet

Facebook Messenger

The one thing social media is good for is spreading info like wildfire—whether it’s true or not. The latest scare to hit the web is over Facebook Messenger. From now on if you want to get Facebook messages on your phone, you need a separate app. That’s not the bad news. It’s the Terms and Service that are freaking people out. Is Facebook Messenger really as bad as everyone thinks?

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Screw The Roses, Stop And Look Up Once In A While

typing text message

Smartphones have taken the world by storm. No longer in the hands of the few, thanks to Android they are in the hands of the many. Full blown keyboards have made it easy to surf the net, email, and text with others—everywhere we go. Smartphones keep us entertained, occupied, our heads looking down at them. Try looking up once in a while though. You might be missing more than just roses.

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Apple, What Are You Doing?!

What Are You Doing Apple?

It’s no secret I’m a devout Apple fanboy. I love my iOS devices and share unpopular reponses when asked about BlackBerry and Android alternatives. As the mobile madness wars continue to heat up, my question is—why is everything going crazy?

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Top 3 Reasons For The Year End Android Malware Pandemic

It’s been no secret that Android has been a lucrative playground for all sorts of malware. Q1 this year saw 5,000 malicious apps target Google’s mobile OS, jumping to 20,000 for Q2. Estimates for the Year End total? 130,000. The Mayans said 2012 would be the end of the world—could this be the cause?

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“Dude, Where’s My App?”

We’ve all pocket-dialed someone at least once in our lives. Maybe been guilty of pocket-deleting an app or two. It’s no big deal, you just reinstall it. But what if it wasn’t you who deleted it? What if it was Google, Apple or Microsoft—using the “kill switch”?

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2012: The Year Of The Hacker?

I was delighted to stumble upon an article this morning listing 4 signs “hacktivism” has gone mainstream. I’ve already dubbed 2012 as “the year of the hacker” so this couldn’t have come at a better time.

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RIM’s Superheroes: The Bold Team?

It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s…a team of goofy cartoon superheroes here to save RIM from disaster? Yes you read that right. In a bold new marketing strategy for BlackBerry, RIM unveiled The Bold Team. Can these four superheroes save the day for a company headed for disaster?

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