The state of Android enterprise in 2017

If you’re an organization contributing to the ~30% market share of managed Android devices in the enterprise, (Q1 2017, Google) you may have heard of Android enterprise, formerly Android for Work. (You might have also seen some of my Android enterprise-related content in the last few months!) By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you regarding relevant content, … Continue reading The state of Android enterprise in 2017

The Google Nexus 9, The First Tablet With Android Lollipop 5.0

The Google Nexus 9, the first tablet with Android Lollipop 5.0, is, without a shred of doubt, one of the best tablets of 2014/15. Its features such as the 8.9 inch screen, an HD display, a premium build and the latest version of android deservedly land it at the same level with top-class devices such as the Fire HDX 8.9 and Apple iPad Air2. Yes, … Continue reading The Google Nexus 9, The First Tablet With Android Lollipop 5.0

Google didn’t alter Factory Reset Protection in Android 8.1, isolated bug w/ lock patterns

Following last week’s release of the Android 8.1 Developer Preview, new functionality is still being uncovered. Yesterday, one possible feature emerged, suggesting that Android was making a critical change to Factory Reset Protection. However, Google has confirmed to us that this is not the case and that a bug is to blame. Nintendo Switch Introduced with Android Lollipop, Factory Reset Protection is a measure designed to prevent … Continue reading Google didn’t alter Factory Reset Protection in Android 8.1, isolated bug w/ lock patterns

After just 2 weeks, iOS 11 is on a higher percentage of devices than any version of Android – BGR

Recent data from Mixpanel reveals that 38.45% of all iOS users are already running iOS 11. That’s not too shabby for an iOS update that went live just two weeks ago, especially when you consider that iOS 11 isn’t exactly a groundbreaking or must-have update. While iOS users haven’t adopted iOS 11 as quickly as they took to iOS 10, the overarching takeaway is that iPhone users … Continue reading After just 2 weeks, iOS 11 is on a higher percentage of devices than any version of Android – BGR

15 Android features you’ve never heard of

I am more interested in the code of this page than in the article. What do you think? 1. Voice search with the screen locked Few users know this trick: some Android smartphones let you voice search by saying “OK Google” even when the screen is off! Unfortunately, only mobiles with a voice detection system enabled are able to carry out this function. Verify your … Continue reading 15 Android features you’ve never heard of