You’ve probably seen people talking about a new threat to Android security. Apparently a rogue Android Trojan will use PayPal to steal $1,000 of your local currency at a time without much input from the user. However, most people have absolutely nothing to worry about.
To say that the Nintendo Switch was lacking in features when it launched would be an understatement. Some may argue that it’s still true. However, the handheld console now has one important feature: YouTube.
You’d think that a portable, nearly tablet-sized device would be perfect for streaming video. But the device ... Read More »
Some apps require the latest version to access the service, whether it’s for security or anti-cheating. Heading to the Play Store to update the app has never been a big deal, but Google aims to make the process easier.
Most of us have fond memories of playing Old School Runescape when we were kids. Back then it was just called Runescape, but the new version had enough die hard fans dislike it that Jagex brought back the original in its current old school form.
The MMORPG has finally come to Android! After being in ... Read More »
Google’s new Night Sight feature in the Pixel 3 is pretty incredible; it stitches together many shots in the dark to create a shockingly bright image. This is a big step above the standard HDR+ software Pixel users had before.
Google’s keyboard, (not so) cleverly called Gboard, has been updated with a new floating keyboard function. It’s a tad complex to access: Hit the G in the upper left corner (or the arrow, depending on how you have it set up), hit the three dots, and press on the floating keyboard ... Read More »
Windows Phone is dead, so there’s no personal stake left for Microsoft not to push Android integration for Windows. That’s what the company has been doing with numerous Android apps and even an Android launcher, published on the Google Play Store no less.