personnel management papers Category: Android

New augmented reality visualization app Dotty has launched in the app store

As augmented reality continues its march into the workplace, new tools are emerging to integrate collaboration and visualization tools into virtual and augmented reality. One application, which recently launched on both iOS and Android, is DOTTY, which provides three-dimensional visualization tools for augmented reality viewers. Recently accepted into the Plug and Play [Internet of Things]

It might be fashionably late, but Android Pay is finally coming to the UK

Android Pay, Google’s very own contactless payment app, is finally coming to the UK ‘in the next few months’. The software has already been available in the US since September last year, but it’s now getting a global release. The UK version which launch with compatibility with Bank of Scotland, First Direct, Halifax, HSBC, Lloyds

If you haven’t tried Pushbullet yet, try this app instead

Pushbullet hits the wall Pushbullet introducing a paid version of its service seemed fair enough, but the way the company handled the transition upset many users. Instead of introducing new features for the pro version, Pushbullet moved previously free features behind the paywall. These features included universal copy and paste, notification mirroring and unlimited messages.

Nexus 6 Android update: latest news

Nexus 6 Android 6.0 Marshmallow update Factory images from Google have arrived for the Nexus 6. You can grab them directly from Google. The latest version is MRA58N, which contains some small security fixes. You can follow our How to install Android Marshmallow on your Nexus guide to get it on your phone right now. The 6.0.1 update began rolling

Nexus 5 Android Marshmallow update

Nexus 5 Android Marshmallow update Android Marshmallow began rolling out to the Nexus 5 on October 5. The update is happening in stages, with different carriers receiving the update at different times. If you haven’t received Marshmallow yet, it will be on its way, but if you’re impatient, Google has made the factory images available to download and install.