Drew Pitchford
Posted by Drew Pitchford
March 21, 2016

Apple Event Spring 2016

Apple’s Spring event has come and gone and we are left with a flurry of new products and software.

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Tony Robalik
Posted by Tony Robalik
September 29, 2015

Google Nexus Event

At the Google Nexus event today, Google's CEO and others from their leadership team unveiled several new and improved products as well as launched the new Android 6.0 update named Marshmallow. They made sure everyone understood that the ubiquity of Google and their products was only going to become more profound with the passage of time.

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Drew Pitchford
Posted by Drew Pitchford
September 10, 2015

Apple's Hey Siri Event Roundup

Apple's much anticipated event for announcing their late 2015 products was Wednesday and more than exceeded expectations. The invitation to the event included the tagline "Hey Siri, give us a hint!" Actually asking Siri to give a hint would illicit a playful and humorous response. Now that the event is over, you may be wondering what really happened at Apple's Hey Siri event.

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Drew Pitchford
Posted by Drew Pitchford
September 8, 2015

2015 Apple Event: What to Expect

The most exciting event of the year is almost here (most exciting for Apple developers at least)! On Wednesday, Sept 9th, Apple will unveil next year’s worth of hardware that runs its mobile platform, iOS. Here is what we expect to see.

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Dave Lane
Posted by Dave Lane
September 3, 2015

Emerging Opportunities in Mobile Security

As our society increasingly uses mobile devices for financial transactions, information sharing, and social interactions, mobile devices will become an increasingly attractive target to cyber criminals. Metova's CTO, Dave Lane, has identified three opportunities to safeguard your users' information that should be taken into consideration when building a mobile application.

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Dave Lane
Posted by Dave Lane
August 27, 2015

Top Four Mobile Security Threats

As mobile devices increase in usage and popularity, hackers have been looking for more ways to exploit them. People are using their devices in all aspects of their daily lives and are willing to share and store sensitive personal information in order to do so. Because there there is more information available for exploitation, hackers have begun to avoid the quick attack, preferring to wait in the shadows and silently gather data. This week, we will go into detail on the top four security threats Metova foresees in mobile.

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Dave Lane
Posted by Dave Lane
August 20, 2015

Attack on Mobile Security

Security best practices are constantly evolving to tackle the latest threats. Mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets are becoming the most commonly used general computing devices across the world. This growth has resulted in previously unimaginable levels of access to information. As mobile devices become more prominent in our daily lives, the opportunity to collect, alter, and exploit information about our personal and professional lives becomes an increasingly desirable target for cyber criminals.

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Metova
Posted by Metova
August 13, 2015

Talk Business & Politics Interviews John Adams on Growth

Talk Business & Politics Roby Brock recently interviewed our CEO, John Adams about the intense growth we have shown and our growing need for developers. Take a look at the interview below!

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Jennifer Pike
Posted by Jennifer Pike
August 4, 2015

Mobile Application Trends

Before you begin developing an application, it is important to know your audience and the environment your application will be competing in. What kind of applications are popular in the app store? How are applications being used? We will review some of the upcoming and past trends that can help you determine the best route for your mobile presence.

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Jennifer Pike
Posted by Jennifer Pike
June 11, 2015

Why Your App Needs to be Updated for iOS 9

iOS 9 will be here in just a few months. Now is the time to take a look at your applications and get them updated! Keeping your application up to date is particularly beneficial on iOS. It has an incredibly high adoption rate with 83% of users running the newest system compared to Android’s 12%. Be proactive about these new changes and don’t let your app get outdated. Updating can help your application function more smoothly, be more visible to your users, and look amazing.

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Jennifer Pike
Posted by Jennifer Pike
June 8, 2015

What You Should Know From Apple's WWDC

Today at WWDC, Apple introduced the future of iOS, watchOS, and OS X. The keynote was several hours long and full of exciting new information such as Apple’s attempt to retake the music industry to a myriad of new uniformity updates across all 3 OSs. At times, the number of changes to apps, operating systems, and tools was almost overwhelming. We got past the noise with iOS developers Jack Bailey and Drew Pitchford. Here they have distilled out the basics on the particular changes and improvements that developers and customers alike should adopt.

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Jennifer Pike
Posted by Jennifer Pike
May 28, 2015

What You Should Know About Android M

Google I/O’s 2015 keynote was full of information about Android M, Lollipop’s successor. The preview is available today to developers with a Nexus. The full release will be available later this year. Here’s what you can look forward to.

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