Computer contact management

MobileGeneral_Dec17_BAs a business owner, you probably rely on a smartphone as your main form of connection with the office. It may even be your main communication device. If you use a smartphone, you likely have a large number of contacts, and if you have ever tried to manage these on your phone then you know it’s not so easy.

Buying smartphones

MobileGeneral_Dec09_BIt’s December and that means the holiday season is in full-swing. This also means that many people are busy shopping for gifts. As with the past few seasons, smartphones will be a popular gift this year. If you are planning to give a lucky person a smartphone this season, it might be tough to actually pick one that will meet the needs of the person you are giving it to.

3 popular tablets compared

Hardware_April18_BComputers are incredibly useful, however they are also complex beyond belief. This is made even more so because of the large number of confusing acronyms, words and terms. If you read tech blogs, or have friends/colleagues who are in-the-know, you have likely heard them mention overclocking and may have wondered what it is, and if you should be looking into it.

Better mobile etiquette: 6 tips

MobileGeneral_Feb13_BHow many times have you been in a meeting only to have a participant’s phone ring or vibrate? This is a common occurrence and to many, this is the type of interruption that drives them nuts. While smartphones have changed our lives, mostly for the better, there are still times when we don’t seem to follow common ‘mobile etiquette’, leading to others perceiving us as rude.

Which mobile OS has the best security?

An apple, a robot, a window and a blackberry walked into a phone store…Just kidding, they represent the four major mobile systems that make up the operating systems of the smartphone world. The devices that use these OSs have sparked massive debate from pundits over which is better and on what front.