The company from Silicon Valley has confirmed the deal and its expansion on the hardware business.
A little over a week ago, we brought attention to the “infinite scroll” bug on Yahoo Answers where, if using Chrome, answers would fly straight down the page before you could even glance at them. After being a known bug for nearly two years now and Yahoo not bothering to do anything whatsoever about it, I’ve scavenged the internet and finally found a simple solution to this mess.
Today was a big day in the tech world as leaks hit the press about Google’s upcoming product line and updates. But not everything purported to be announced on October 4 will give you a warm, fuzzy feeling inside.
With Android 8.0 Oreo only being released about a month ago, unless you’re a Pixel or Nexus user, I don’t expect much of our readers to be on the latest and greatest version of Android just yet. But I still would like to do a quick poll to find out what version of Android your current phone is running.
Being the Xiaomi aficionado of the site, I was absolutely excited to see Xiaomi partner with Google to announce an Android One branded device. There is so much that is just perfect with Xiaomi hardware—it’s cheap, it’s competitively priced, and lasts long. However, I am very clear on one thing: I absolutely abhor MIUI. The custom take that Xiaomi has on Android is no less than a devil child, and the first thing that I did after buying my current Xiaomi was to flash LineageOS on it.
WhatsApp is one of the most popular messaging apps out there today, and it claims to have over 1.3 billion monthly active users. With many new features in the pipeline, it’s seeing solid development too. But there are still some issues that WhatsApp needs to fix.
Apple recently launched their biggest and most expensive iPhone ever, iPhone X, touting it as “the future of smartphones.” One the main features alongside the completely bezel-less front display are what they call Face ID, a facial recognition technology for unlocking the phone and other authentication requiring tasks such as payment with Apple Pay.
We’ve always had the most interesting innovations come out from the Chinese B2B market, and in absolutely no time after the iPhone X announcement, a friend of mine came across this beauty.
Thinking of changing phones? Well, Google just announced that it’s holding an event for its two new phones on October 4th.
After a little delay, Google’s monthly security updates for its devices have finally arrived.