5 Cell Phone Tricks

We all love our cell phones and are constantly looking for new things to do with them. It does not matter whether we do useful things or stupid ones. Here are 5 cool tricks. Saved By the Bell! Schedule your own interruption so you can slip out of a meeting or escape from a date. Popularity Dialer is a service you can have call you at a scheduled time and play half of a conversation from your “boss” or your “cousin” who needs your help. The only problem right now is that they have been temporarily shut down by the FCC because one of the FCC agents received an unsolicited “interruption” call. It was probably a disgruntled worker who wanted to irritate his boss. Unlock Your Car Door You’ve locked your keys in your car and it is a keyless entry car. Call your...

Will HTML5 replace Flash for Casino Gaming

In the 21st century as smartphones become more and more technologically advanced the expectation is that the overall experience will become better, faster, and sharper with them. If you’re playing your favourite casino games like Australian online blackjack, Roulette and Slots for example using a mobile casino app on a smartphone you would expect them to be impressively-rendered with exquisite visuals and high fidelity. One of the bones of contention, regarding mobile casinos specifically but many other apps besides, is whether they should use HTML5 as their go-to graphics and multimedia player or whether they should stick with that trusted stalwart Flash. As things stand it seems likely that the Flash heyday has passed and that casino gaming will more and...

Five Awesome iPhone Apps For Entrepreneurs

With the help of tools like the internet and mobile devices, starting a new business has never been easier or more intuitive. Especially when considered against the backdrop of Apple’s iPhone, there are a number of great tools that can help today’s entrepreneurs turn their business idea into real world success in a number of quick and easy ways. Whether that’s by providing a payment processor, a checklist, or cloud storage, these applications are all indispensable tools when creating a new business. Here’s a list of iPhone apps every entrepreneur should have, brought to you by Big Dug, UK’s No.1 for low cost racking. Square (Free) Potentially the most innovative mobile payments application currently on the market, Square combines an intuitive...

Four Ways to Integrate a Tablet into Your Workplace

Tablets are quickly becoming the computing device of choice for tens of millions of consumers – but are they ready for heavy use in the business world? Let’s take a look at four ways that one can easily integrate a tablet into their daily work flow, using technology to squeeze a bit more productivity out of the day. Grab a Stylus for Quick Handwritten NotesTablets are an excellent way to consume media in the form of images, video and written documents, but they unfortunately have a long way to go before they are the preferred form of producing the same materials. Trying to annotate a document using one’s finger is a difficult chore at best and many times will result in markup and comments that are barely legible. For those odd occasions when...

BlackBerry Mobile Security on Steroids

Mobile security is something that all businesses need to consider, particularly in a world where smartphones are becoming increasingly integrated into daily life and many people are able to work from their handset. This means that sensitive information and services can be accessed on a portable device, which like any piece of kit, can be physically lost or stolen as well as being digitally hijacked and robbed of its data. It is perhaps unsurprising then that the BlackBerry range of smartphones from Canadian manufacturer Research in Motion (RIM) was recently rated as offering the most secure mobile experience out of all the mainstream mobile platforms. Given that RIM has built its business on catering to enterprise users, it seems fitting that it would offer...

Assessing and Comparing 4G Internet Services – Which is the best?

In the United States and a number of other first-world countries, mobile internet is fast becoming a very common feature. With 4G now being a very common feature in nearly every place throughout the U. S., many companies are now investing billions into ads and infrastructure just to attract customers to avail of their services. Choosing the right mobile broadband provider can be quite difficult, especially if you have to wade through the muck of misleading ads and tempting offers what rarely live up to their claims. Truth be told, there are a standard set of regulations set up by the International Telecommunications Union with regards to the speed of each mobile broadband generation (lit. ‘G’). High mobility and low mobility scenarios all have...