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Jack Wallen introduces you a highly configurable Android Twitter application that can empower you to more easily promote your business on the social platform.
Jack Wallen takes a look at Hover Browser. Find out why he thinks this might be the future of interacting with links on the Android platform.
In the never-ending quest to find the perfect email client, Jack Wallen stumbles across K-@ Mail and is impressed with what he sees. Could this be your next email client?
Jack Wallen introduces you to an app that should become a must-have for anyone concerned with losing their Android devices or the data contained within.
Jack Wallen takes a look at AutomateIt Pro, an inexpensive Android app that allows you to set, create, and share automated event-based actions.
Google Wallet is an evolving online service that facilitates shopping for consumers and transactions for merchants. Learn more about how it works.
If you have a Windows-only environment and have the budget for it, Panorama9 can do a great job of monitoring your IT infrastructure.
Find out why Jack Wallen calls the cross-platform, universal database manager DBeaver an incredible tool.
Minus allows you to easily transfer files within teams, outside your network, and between computers and devices. Justin James reviews it.
Samba is directly compatible with Windows and allows for a lot of configuration, but if you just want a stand-alone Samba server on your network, it's an easy setup. Vincent Danen ...