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Angry Birds And The NSA

Angry Birds And The NSA

The National Security Agency and British Government Communications Headquarters have been working together since 2007 to plant surveillance into mobile phone users’ applications, allowing them to store location information, alongside a slew of other private information users put into applications.   Popular app Angry Birds was targeted, alongside more common information hotspots like Facebook, LinkedIn

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Benefits Of Cloud-Mobile Convergence (CMC) Based Mobile Platforms

Benefits of Cloud-Mobile Convergence (CMC) Based Mobile Platforms Mobile based cloud computing has been getting a forward nudge in the market swiftly because of the increasing benefits related to data manageability and user experience.  Probably the most alluring factor of mobile based cloud computing is introduction of Augmented reality(AR), a technology to virtualize the sensory

The Mobile Cloud App Infrastructure: Centralizing Apps Across Mobile Platforms

The Mobile Cloud App Infrastructure: Centralizing Apps across Mobile Platforms There are currently two leading Mobile operating systems in the market – the Android OS by Google, and the iOS by Apple. These two OS’s dominate the mobile market while Android is currently holding the larger market share of the two. But in terms of

Mobile Platforms Turn To Cloud Services With StackMob

Mobile Platforms Turn to Cloud Services with StackMob There are hundreds of cloud startups popping up on the radar, but one that made recent headlines in an eWeek post was a new cloud service for mobile platforms called StackMob. StackMob allows developers to create mobile businesses with easy building, full-featured applications and easily deployed apps

Review Of The Top Cloud Storage Providers In The Consumer Segment

Review Of The Top Cloud Storage Providers In The Consumer Segment Cloud storage in the consumer segment is really hotting up, as providers across the spectrum vie for consumer data that would provide them with the scale to roll out a variety of value-added services. In this review, we will consider the seven leading services