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Android app review: LogMote Android app for passwordless logins via QR code scanning

A password is meant for security, preventing unauthorized people from accessing private and important information. Still, it doesn’t guarantee absolute protection, for ...
by Ken EastAugust 1, 2012

Uniclau: Logging in to your online accounts by just scanning QR codes

It may be safe to assume that an average Internet user has more than 2 user accounts in a variety of places such as social networking sites, e-mail providers, cloud storage, ...
by Ken EastJune 27, 2012

Coming soon: withdraw ATM cash wirelessly and safely using your phone

Using an NFC-equipped smartphone to pay for meals and small items might be all the rage now, but cash still dominates in many parts of the world. With ATM machines not going ...
by Bams SadewoJune 16, 20121

Android Apps Your Phone Should Have

There are a total of more than 150,000 Android apps out on the market now. The overwhelmingly huge amount of application choices can be mind-boggling to a new Android phone user. ...
by Edmund ApostolSeptember 5, 20118

The Weather Channel gets hip, distributes its Android app via an on-screen QR code

When watching the national weather on the Weather Channel, the last thing most people expect to see is a giant QR code in the corner of the map but there it is, that glorious black ...
by Susan ElleryFebruary 4, 2010196

Get the 2.1 Google News & Weather widget on your 2.0 device

For all of you non Nexus One owners out there wanting to get a little more of the 2.1 experience on your device, scan the barcode to the right with a QR Code recognizing app and ...
by Chuck ZichJanuary 24, 2010173

App Reviews: AutoConference and Silencer

A couple of applications that provide similar convenience whilst using your phone’s accelerometer are AutoConference by Pythonistas and Silencer by Bruno Albuqurque. ...
by Chuck ZichJanuary 5, 2010972
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