Android Pay already simplifies paying for your stuff in stores that support it. Rather than inserting your credit card, waiting a couple of years for it to process while staring downward, and pulling out your card as it beeps far too loud, you simply unlock your phone and tap it ... Read More »
If you own a Tesla, we’re jealous of you. But you’re also in for a treat, as the Android app that controls your car is being updated with a refreshed and quite pretty user interface.
Also added in the update is support for fingerprint authentication, so you can use your fingerprint for unlocking your car. ... Read More »
“OK Google” hotword detection is a staple of many people’s driving routine. Not having to touch your phone to perform actions is a great way to use your phone (in a strictly responsible fashion, preferably) in a safer way.
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Android Auto is continuing to be adopted by car manufacturers, though some are stubbornly avoiding the new tech (we’re looking at you, Toyota). Kia and Mercedes have announced a bunch of new models that will have Android Auto support.
These are Kia’s supported models:
2014 – 2016 Soul 2015 Optima 2015 – 2016 Optima Hybrid 2015 ... Read More »
The adoption of the fingerprint sensor on smartphones is huge among phone makers, but app support hasn’t quite matched that growth. While a few apps have support using your fingerprint for authentication, it’s still an an uncommon trick.
Though many banks now support Android Pay, Chase has not offered any support for its cards in the mobile payment app, meaning that those with Chase cards have been left out. Thankfully, that’s about to change.
We knew that chase would eventually support Android Pay, but thanks to this leaked document, we have a ... Read More »
What’s the point of having a high-quality music streaming service if you can’t stream the music wherever you want? Thankfully, the Tidal apps for Android and iOS have finally been updated to support Google Cast.
From now on, you’ll be able to stream your music to any Google Cast-compatible device, like a Read More »
Google is being very open about how long it will support Nexus devices. A support page describes the rules Google has set, and honestly, they’re extremely good. Android version updates are guaranteed for at least two years from launch, and security patches are guaranteed for three years from launch or 18 months after the Google Store ... Read More »
Pebble and Amazon have partnered together in an unexpected way. During the Kickstarter for its latest round of products, Pebble has announced that its Core keychain fitness/hacker do-it-all device will have Amazon Alexa support.
Alexa is Amazon’s virtual assistant that usually running on Echo devices. With Alexa on a Pebble Core, you have ... Read More »
Google’s OnHub routers are constantly being updated with new features and bug fixes. They’ve gotten significantly better since their release, and as the owner of one, I’ve quite enjoyed the changes.
The latest change is geared more towards the power users, which is great to see as the routers are a bit limited for power ... Read More »