News and Rumors
While Google’s ATAP team is working on Project Abacus, which aims to bring more security with less hassle, Google has introduced a new feature to their privacy and security settings.
Here’s a bit of a refresher of some of the things that were announced at Google’s yearly developer conference, Google I/O 2015.
Amazon has launched the new Kindle For Kids bundle that will, hopefully, help your children get their Summer started on the right page with the right book.
Asus has released their latest version of their Android Wear device, the ZenWatch 2 at the Computex conference in Asia. Check out the early details here.
Google’s ATAP team is aiming to get rid of the password as we know it. Project Abacus will allow access to all of our info, as long as the data says it’s us
Google Calendar is shutting down their SMS notifications service later this month. We have the details on how to get a jump start before it’s all gone.
Up until now, the maximum number of apps you could have in a folder with the Google Now Launcher was 16, 4 rows by 4 columns. But, with Android M
It was October 2014, and I had just dumped Sprint as my carrier because it was time to cut down on expenses. My wife had just retired because of a
According to AndroidCentral, age-based ratings for apps now appear in the Play Store under the apps’ ratings. This follows Google’s efforts to bring ratings to games earlier in March. In that
It requires some tweaking and ADB commands to activate, but it is included in the Android M Developer Preview and appears to just be disabled, which means it could debut
HTC representative Jeff Gordon took to twitter to confirm the One M9 and the One M9+ would receive Android M support. It should not come as much of a surprise
Google announced a new app called hands Free that will allow you to make in-store payments with just your voice. Never reach for your wallet, smartwatch, or phone again with Hands
Sadly, one area where Apple iOS is severely better than Android at is reading fingerprints. Apple has pretty much set the standard for all other devices, when it comes to
Google’s made a massive leap forward in cross-platform messaging at Google I/O that will now allow notifications to be sent to iOS devices as well as Android. Google’s Cloud Messaging