One of the advantages of living in this day and age is the availability and accessibility of information. Unfortunately however despite having the tools if you don't know how to use them to your advantage you'll always want for something you already have. This is the case with smart-phones, when used to their optimum these can be a great tools with capabilities extending far beyond voice and text. Unfortunately however there’s still a substantial number of people who spend a lot of money based on aesthetics and trends rather than functionality when buying a phone. Consequently they end up with either Instant Message phones disguised as smart-phones (as is the case with any Blackberry) or smart phones which are used not so smartly!

There are a couple of features which makes a phone smart, including its ability to do many things and have the tools to do that. In the smart phone world these tools are the actual apps, it also helps if these applications are free. Fortunately for me by the time I decided to embark on my lifestyle change path I had just discovered Android which happens to be the world’s most used operating system for mobile devices. Because Android is backed by Google who seem to be more philanthropy orientated than profit driven it means you get value for what you pay for and there's lots of free apps. So here’s how your smart phone can evolve into a smart coach;  Read More

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With such a plethora of choices available when it comes to mobile computing the decision to get to the ideal device can be confusing to the novice.  Considering there's people who still can't tell the difference between an iPad and a Tablet it is outright naive to expect them to choose a device better suited to their needs when it comes to mobile computing.

Fear not though as help is at hand, by the time you’re done reading this article you will have a good idea of the difference between a laptop/ notebook, a netbook/ booktop and a tablet. We’ll also look at the available platforms these run on including Android, iOS, Windows and other (both the dying and dead).

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