Android users who use their devices to send a lot of multimedia messages should be at least a little concerned over the Stagefright bug in the operating system. Here's how a Stagefright infection could harm your business and what to do to counter its potential impact.
Michael Guta is a Staff Writer at Small Business Trends, focusing on technology and business systems. He has a B.S. in Information Communication Technology, with emphasis in Technology Management from Addis Ababa University. He has used his degree to consult in the implementation of information and communications technology in developing regions. This included finding viable technologies where there is limited or no network and power infrastructures in place. He writes on tech related subjects for publications, global companies and non-governmental organizations (NGOs).
Dell and Google have partnered once again on a Chromebook. The Chromebook 13 -- it has a 13-inch display -- is being hailed as the first Chromebook truly designed for business professionals on the go.Aug 19, 2015 320 Shares
Things are going so well at StumbleUpon. Recent reports suggest the company failed to nail down any venture capital funding and the staff has been cut more than in half. What does that mean if you're advertising on StumbleUpon?Aug 17, 2015 316 Shares
Verizon is now the latest mobile carrier to ditch the 2-year plan structure. This means the end of subsidized -- or giveaway -- smartphones and could have an impact on your company's mobility if other carriers soon follow suit.Aug 16, 2015 236 Shares
The photo sharing site 500px.com is adding social media functions that will engage its users more with each other and -- the company hopes -- attract a casual user. The site insists it will uphold its image quality standards that it believes remains its selling point.Aug 13, 2015 320 Shares
A new feature to Google Slides allows you to deliver presentations to remote audiences via Google Hangouts. So, even if you're stuck in traffic on the way to the meeting, your presentation could have them captivated instead of wondering when you'll get there.Aug 12, 2015 353 Shares
Google has officially warned its AdSense publishers that they will have to comply with the European Union's new Do Not Track policy that gives visitors from EU nations the ability to block tracking software from tracking their activities.Aug 10, 2015 521 Shares
Aprecia Pharmaceuticals has gained FDA approval on the first pharmaceutical drug that can be produced with a 3D printer. This is really just the beginning of a long line of products that could benefit human health and be printed with a 3D printer.Aug 10, 2015 322 Shares
Apple will be debuting a new voicemail transcription service that could rival the efforts of Microsoft and Google. But Apple doesn't plan on releasing this new feature until some time next year.Aug 7, 2015 262 Shares
It appears Microsoft has done enough to distance itself from Internet Explorer. The new Edge browser is receiving a lot of praise around the Web. Here's a deeper look at some of its standout features.Aug 6, 2015 492 Shares
Yahoo has acquired Polyvore in a move likely intended to increase traffic and ad revenue. Polyvore is a part-fashion shopping, part-social media site. Members of the site can create and share their own clothing collections.Aug 6, 2015 267 Shares
A collaboration between Sage and eFileCabinet could mean the end of small business accounting records being kept on paper. The partnership will introduce cloud migration for accounting departments.Aug 5, 2015 208 Shares