The Pixel 3a joins the Android Enterprise Recommended lineup

Android Enterprise Recommended continues to shape how organizations choose devices for their teams. According to a recent HMD smartphone purchase survey, 56 percent of IT decision makers have decided to only choose Android Enterprise Recommended devices for their business. Android Enterprise Recommended helps businesses select devices with confidence from a breadth of options, so...

PHP MySQL REST API for Android

PHP REST API backed up with a MySQL database is a very common schematic of an Enterprise mobile application. When the scenario requires data to be stored in a centralized manner, then this architecture should be used. Otherwise, the local database in the mobile can be used for the storage and retrieval of information....

Migrating from PHP 4 to PHP 5.0.x 

What has changed in PHP 5.0.x ¶ PHP 5 and the integrated Zend Engine 2 have greatly improved PHP’s performance and capabilities, but great care has been taken to break as little existing code as possible. So migrating your code from PHP 4 to 5 should be very easy. Most existing PHP 4 code should...

 Develop using the Android SDK and Android Studio

Android Things lets you experiment with building devices on a trusted platform, without previous knowledge of embedded system design: Access hardware such as displays and cameras natively through the Android framework Connect your apps with Google services Integrate additional peripherals through the Peripheral I/O APIs (GPIO, I2C, SPI, UART, PWM) Use the Android Things Console to push...

Distributed Worker-Job Matching Architecture for Crowdsourcing

Towards a Distributed Worker-Job MatchingArchitecture for Crowdsourcing Abstract— While the crowdsourcing paradigm facilitates the use of human-enacted resources from large groups of individuals, matching workers with jobs is limited by the need for these potential workers to proactively subscribe to various networks.This subscription phase is part of an “open call model” that reduces the...

Providing Privacy-Aware Incentives in Mobile Sensing Systems

Providing Privacy-Aware Incentives in MobileSensing Systems Mobile sensing relies on data contributed by users through their mobile device (e.g., smart phone) to obtain useful information about people and their surroundings. However, users may not want to contribute due to lack of incentives and concerns on possible privacy leakage. To effectively promote user participation, both...

mHealth Systems for Monitoring Patients with Chronic Diseases

Model for Personalization of mHealth Systems for Monitoring Patients with Chronic Diseases Abstract— Today chronic diseases are a major health problem worldwide. Treatment for these diseases requires proper monitoring and frequent doctor visits. In recent years several ICT tools have been designed to provide remote patients monitoring, but it is still complicated to offer...

Job Recruitment and Job Seeking Processes

Job Recruitment and Job Seeking Processes: How Technology Can Help Job seeking and recruiting processes have drastically changed during the past decade. Today’s companies are exploiting online technology (job portals, corporate websites, and so on) to make job advertisements reach an ever-growing audience. However, this advantage can create a higher post-processing burden for recruiters,...

Improving Protection of PHP Source Code using Cryptology Models

PHP is one of the most popular languages for Web development. By January 2013, PHP was being used by a remarkable 244M sites, meaning that 39% of sites in Netcraft’s Web Server Survey were running PHP. One of the really significant problems for PHP developers today is lack of free and high-quality solutions for...