Mobile applications have increasingly become a popular way to reach customers in today’s digitally-driven society. With over 50 million applications in the market today, the industry continues to grow at a rapid pace. By 2015, experts expect the development of mobile applications to outnumber PC projects at a ratio of four to one. But while millions of consumers are enjoying the abundance of various beneficial and useful apps, many of them are unbeknownst to the security threats several of these apps can pose—because thousands of these app developers are abandoning methods of secure coding in hopes of putting out their products as quickly as possible.
You can do anything you want with a new smartphone. You can shoot HD video and edit it at the same time or play the latest games. The newest models feature quad-core processors, 2 GB of memory, and 1080p displays. Unfortunately, they also feature depressingly short battery life. You can head out the door with a fully charged phone and have a paperweight by lunchtime. However, one new wireless charging technology promises to make battery life irrelevant.