We rarely talk about apps of this nature but the latest offering by Vault caught my attention, not that I needed the app but its features are so well thought out I had to give it a quick mention.
In the past we’ve seen all sorts robots, but today we have a robot arm that help you prepare your meal remotely.
There are all sorts of apps available for Android OS, but as you know, some of these apps have security vulnerabilities, and the Skype application has been one of them. The latest news is that the Skype team have now managed to fix a security hole in their app for Android OS.
In a world where tablets are so popular, the greatest weakness of tablets realised by many is the lack of a physical keyboard, great if your aim is all about convenience but not if you want to type at a decent speed. You will no doubt remember when we first featured the Swiftkey app for Android, a fantastic application that makes use of a unique word prediction technology.
I must I have never really fancied Android’s standard factory preset on-screen virtual keyboard from the moment I first touched an Android phone, this could be one of the reasons why I’ve always preferred an iPhone. This is why the newly released SwiftKey app has got my interest. And its free by the way.