12 Ways To Protect Your Smartphone From Hackers.

Protect your privacy, your data and your peace of mind with this guide to beating thieves, whether they're online or on the street.As we've recently seen from leaked CIA documents, no one is immune to hacking attacks. Here's how to protect yourself against them, whether they come from opportunist thieves or state-sponsored spies.1. Keep up... Continue Reading →

Android O Officially Unveiled: This Is What’s New

Google launched a developers-only preview version of Android O, version 8.0 of its mobile operating system, today (Mar. 21). While 2016's Android 7.0 Nougat added split-screen mode and direct reply to messages, this year's update looks to fix battery life issues and make the OS more efficient to use.Google's Pixel handset was one of the... Continue Reading →

Microsoft Personal Shopping Assistant Beta , Released on Play Store.

Microsoft Personal Shopping Assistant was originally released last year as a Chrome extension, and has slowly expanded to more web browsers since then. It has gained a somewhat unpopular reputation, due to Microsoft recently displaying ads for it in Windows 10. Still, if you happen to use it, you'll be happy to know that an... Continue Reading →

Share Your Charge : Sony’s latest patent could let you wirelessly share phone charge

A new patent filed by Sony could potentially allow phones to charge by transferring power from other devices, cable-freeOur always-switched-on lifestyle and being constantly on the move means that our devices are forever running out of juice and need regular charging. But that usually takes settling down in one place for a while so you... Continue Reading →

Google Play Music : New update adds Wi-Fi streaming and download quality options

In the latest Google Play Music update, users can now adjust the audio quality for downloads and Wi-Fi streaming. This was previously available only for streaming via mobile data, where users could choose between three qualities: low, medium or high.It's a significant update as it gives users more control over not just the definition of... Continue Reading →

Google Family Link ; Google’s own parental control software for Android

Today Google announced the launch of Family Link, an application for parents that lets them establish a child's first Google account, as well as utilize a series of parental controls to manage and track screen time, daily limits, device “bedtimes,” and which apps kids can use.While all the major mobile device providers – Apple, Google,... Continue Reading →

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