First there was the Palm Treo. Then the Blackberry. Then came Windows Mobile, Apple’s iPhone and Google’s Android. Palm’s gone and RIM is falling apart. Windows Mobile never really took off. That leaves the two major smartphone platforms – iOS and Android. For a few years, with AT&T’s lock on the iPhone, it was either AT&T or Android. But Android didn’t have the Apps that iOS did.
Now that the iPhone is available on all the major US carriers, and Android’s gaining in popularity – Which one should you choose?
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Sending someone large files isn’t as easy as attaching them to an email. If you’ve ever tried that, you’ll remember the cryptic “Mailer Daemon / Postmaster Failure” notice you received shortly after. This notice means the email didn’t go through and was dropped. Why? Because many email providers have limits on their attachment size. Go […] Continue reading →
In the days where unlimited access doesn’t really mean you can download “all you can eat”, and Verizon and AT&T are at each other’s throats about 3G coverage, it pays to check up on your ISP to see if you really are getting what you’re paying for. There’s a few ways you can check on […] Continue reading →
In part one, we looked at turning on SSL to encrypt the reading and sending of emails. This secures you from eavesdropping on your local and / or ISP network. The minute your email goes through a non secure connection, which is quite often, its not secure anymore. The way to guarantee that your private […] Continue reading →
In light of the recent Hacking by Google, we’re reminded of how insecure email really is. In a normal email situation, there’s absolutely no encryption and it your emails can easily be read by someone who’s looking to read them. You’ll notice that banks and other financial firms now send you an email telling you […] Continue reading →