Pokémon Go had an annoying tendency to pause your music when you launch the app. You’d have to bring down the notification shade, which is hidden on the splash screen, and resume your music. Many months after the game was released (and many months after its peak in popularity), this ... Read More »
Some Google Home users have noticed that the device will stop playing music all of a sudden. Playback of music never lasts long, sometimes cutting out in just a few songs. Unfortunately, this bug has bitten me, too.
Quite a few people are affected and Google has acknowledged the issue. Sadly, there ... Read More »
Users have been reporting a pretty significant memory leak in Android 6.0 Marshmallow since late last year. Memory leaks are nothing new to Android, nor are they too difficult to take care of. But they can get annoying when apps start closing themselves when you leave them for mere moments.
The good news is that ... Read More »
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It seems that Samsung’s update to Marshmallow for a few of the higher-end models have been causing users some grief. Although it doesn’t seem like a common issue, some people have been locked out of their device entirely.
After the Marshmallow update has finished installing, some people found that neither their fingerprint nor their password ... Read More »
There’s a significant issue with a few models of Chromebooks, but you shouldn’t have anything to worry about. Google has confirmed that there is a critical bug in the Chromebook automatic firmware updater and thus the company has suspended automatic updates until it is fixed.
Last week brought a mild panic to the Android world with the discovery of a major security flaw in Stagefright, the media playback tool that Android has used since Froyo. The bug essentially allows an attacker to simply send an infected MMS to your device, ... Read More »
AT&T’s Nexus 6 has been significantly modified by the carrier to its taste. And of course, AT&T’s taste isn’t very good. There’s a SIM lock, AT&T ringtones and disabled tethering until you pay extra for the feature. Many folks are mad, as Nexus ... Read More »
Android has a dangerous new security flaw that could allow malicious apps to gain access to things on your phone that you never intended them to. BlueBox security firm released its new findings today, showing a way that hackers could get into to your phone by impersonating a trusted app. We hear about security issues all ... Read More »
Yo, the sensationally ridiculous app that’s sweeping the nation, has been found to be quite vulnerable to hacks. A number of hacks have taken place, but one of the biggest has been discovered by a Georgia Tech student and his roommates. The students found that they could get any user’s phone number through ... Read More »
Android 4.4.2 may have fixed a few bugs on Android devices when released, but it introduced its own. The battery draining camera bug has hit a significant amount of people, killing batteries far faster than before, and all this time we’ve been without an official fix. But if this information is correct, we may be ... Read More »