Gboard is a new keyboard meant to combat Google’s mobile search problems. In the suggestive text row above the keyboard on iOS, Gboard adds a button that allows ... Read More »
Reddit is a very popular site, calling itself “the front page of the internet.” Indeed it is, as it’s a collection of news, photos, stories, you name it. And it’s the perfect service to use on mobile (and let’s be honest, the desktop site sucks).
Until now, Android users have had to use third-party apps. ... Read More »
The Samsung Gear S2 may not be powered by Android, but it’s still a pretty excellent smartwatch to use with your Android device. And for those who have an iOS device alongside their Android device (or just own an iOS device in general), the Gear S2 may soon work with your Apple-made ... Read More »
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Update: And it will come as a shock to absolutely no one that Apple has promptly shot down this rumor.
File this one under “We’ll believe it when we see it,” but The Telegraph is reporting that they have information from a “senior industry source” indicating that Apple has acquiesced to pressure from European ... Read More »
Moving between mobile platforms is never easy. All of your information is always mismatched between phones. Apple aims to make it easier to make the wrong decision and leave Android for iOS by releasing the Move to iOS app on the Play Store.
The Move to iOS app will create a private WiFi network between ... Read More »
We’ve long been enjoying Android Wear on our wrists, including Google Now alerts and voice commands, for a while now. And starting today, our iPhone-toting friends can do the same.
Google today officially announced Android Wear support for iPhone. iOS users will get many of the same features that Android Wear on Android offers, including ... Read More »
It looks like Apple has caught the Android app fever, but this app is not of peaceful intentions. The company has announced an app on its website that will help you transfer all of your data from your Android device to your iOS device. It’s called “Move to iOS,” and it’s pure evil.
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Google Cardboard was a strange release at last year’s Google I/O. It almost seemed like a joke, until we realized the implications. Instead of an overly expensive virtual reality headset that’s not even in a consumer ready form yet, you can build yourself a headset out of cardboard. This means that you can take advantage ... Read More »
In case your day got started on the wrong foot, here’s a bit of tech humor to lighten things up. A humorously odd Easter egg has been found in Google Maps, one that includes a picture of the Android logo relieving itself right onto Apple’s logo. The addition likely came from a rogue Googler, and ... Read More »
We’ve been known to engage in an iOS vs. Android debate from time to time, but they tend to end without issue. The same can’t be said for a recent argument between two roommates in Tulsa.