New wireless credit card processing devices and services are making it easier for mobile businesses to quickly accept payments, and is available through a wide variety of devices, including smart-phones, laptops and tablet PCs.
OpenDNS is a service that offers internet filtering at the DNS level, before the information ever reaches your network. This lets you add a layer of PC security without having to install and maintain antivirus software.
Google search result listings have recently been re-designed for browsing on a tablet, with a layout that gives more room for browsing and clicking with your finger.
Business networking service LinkedIn recently added a feature that lets job seekers quickly apply for a job using a new “Apply with LinkedIn” button.
The IDrive online backup service recently released a free Android app for mobile devices that lets you manage and view your backups. The software allows IDrive users to monitor backup status and sizes, search files, share and download files on the go.
Gmail has added support for multiple voice and video calls, including incoming call notifications and the ability to put calls on hold and then resume them.
Google has been improving mobile access for their online documents service, but not all devices are supported. Here is the latest list of compatible mobile devices.