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LG Reveals Smartphone Snapdragon 800 Processor - LinkedIn Allows you to Apply for Jobs on your Phone - Stylus Moves Content

LG Reveals Smartphone Snapdragon 800 Processor - LinkedIn Allows you to Apply for Jobs on your Phone - Stylus Moves Content

A Marketing article written by Elle Meech
Technology developments this week has seen LinkedIn move more into the mobile phone space with the release of a new way to apply for jobs via your mobile device. This step forward for LinkedIn makes sense with more and more consumers using their mobile phones while on the go. Elsewhere, LG has revealed a first in Smartphones with the Snapdragon 800 processor - now you are able to move images, videos and other media from one device to another with the touch of a wand.

Apply for Jobs on your Mobile Phone 

Appling for jobs whilst on the go is now easier than ever with the latest update from LinkedIn. Consumers are now able to apply for jobs via their mobile devices using Android or IOS devices with the latest mobile app features. Statistics show that over 30% of LinkedIn members viewed jobs via their mobile.
Last month LinkedIn launched the ability for users to view any jobs they may be interested in with the capacity for job seekers to search for potential jobs. The release of this job search function saw a positive result with many users using the feature while they were away from their computers. It was after the positive results that they introduced the ability to then apply for jobs via your mobile.

LG's First Smartphone with Snapdragon 800 Processor

New York City was the first to see the reveal of the LG G2. This new Smartphone supports a 5.2-inch full HD (1,920 x 1,080) screen, a large processor of 2.26GHz and 2GB of RAM. The phone also has a 13-megapixel rear camera. The phone comes with a number of unique features that include buttons on the back instead of the side, optical image stability and Hi-Fi audio with an exceptional user experience with ease of use.
The LG G2 has a significantly higher resolution and features 24-bit/192kHz sound which will improve the user experience when watching movies, listening to music and playing games. The cutting edge technology of the LG G2 will be available across 130 wireless carriers worldwide over the next eight weeks. 

Move Content from one Screen to Another

Stylus has created a new device that allows users to transfer content from one device to another. The next-generation stylus works like a chemical dropper making science fiction technology a reality. The device moves images, videos and other media easily from one screen to the next. The magic wand-like device is a capacitive touch sensor that works with special software.
The device works through on-screen port (OPS) software that works with the tStylus to understand commands. All the user needs to do to transfer an item from one device to the next is to select the area of the screen and drop the item on to the desired device's screen. The Stylus is set to retail at $80 and be available by December for shipping.