Security has always been a huge concern for Android users. From seemingly insignificant security flaws to massive outbreaks that make international headlines, it’s never a bad idea to be cautious when downloading a new app or browsing the web.
If Chrome were human, he’d/she’d be puffing on authentic Cuban cigars right about now. The browser’s finally made its way to the Caribbean country, where it was blocked, along with other Google services, for the longest time.
Chili dogs without heartburn relief? A playdate without diapers? Sundress weather without a razor in sight? Starting August 19th, we’re putting these problems in the past with our latest experiment from the Uber Garage.
Winner of National RootScore(R) Award for Overall Performance; Wins or Ties For Top Overall Awards in 48 State Reports
BASKING RIDGE, N.J., Aug. 19, 2014 — Verizon Wireless was once again the overwhelming network performance leader in the rankings of wireless providers in the United States in the second, semi-annual National RootScore Report. Verizon Wireless ranked highest in five categories…
by Bob Urichuck
Are you in sales? If so, are you the one making commitments or is it the buyer?
Who should be making commitments in the sales process?
If you already follow a sales process you may know the right answer to this question. Or you may be very surprised—without commitments and a sales process, you are not in control. In fact, you’re very much out of control.
Fandango slipped up in a big way between 2009 and 2013: its mobile apps would send your movie ticket purchases without a basic security measure, leaving credit card info and other data vulnerable to theft.