The folks at FMTwo Game Inc. have created a new version of the Gameband, a wearable smart device made for gamers. This new version isn’t just a USB storage solution, as their past Minecraft device was – here in 2017, they’re making a real-deal smartwatch..
MicroSD cards can be super helpful in allowing you to store all your files locally and without using the cloud — but they can sometimes be a little complex, too. Here’s everything you need to know about using a MicroSD card with your Android phone.
Google Assistant was introduced at Google I/O last year, as a more personal voice assistant than Google Now. Since then, it has been made available on several platforms – Pixel phones, the Google Home, Android TV, and Allo. But Assistant is still unavailable on non-Pixel phones without a special build.prop tweak. Now the Open GApps team has made enabling Assistant a little easier.
Starting February 3, all GApps builds will have the option to enable Google Assistant.
Android is by far and away the most popular mobile operating system, being installed on the vast majority of devices out there, so it’s no surprise that the vast majority of mobile malware is targeted at Google’s OS. And often that malware is hidden inside bogus apps..
Facebook Messenger is used by a lot of brands and businesses to communicate with their users, customers, or fans. According to Facebook, 1 billion messages are sent on the platform each month between businesses and users..
Xiaomi has sold 250,000 Redmi Note 4 units in 10 minutes during its first flash sale in India. The device was made available at 12 noon yesterday via Flipkart and mi.com and won’t be on sale again until next week..
Samsung might be confident that it has pinned down the cause of the its exploding Galaxy Note 7, blamed on battery manufacturing defects, and its steps to make sure they don’t happen again. It might not be that confident, however, in the timing of those newer, more stringent safety measures. The company’s mobile head Koh Dong-jin revealed shortly after its …
Cars, AI assistants, and mixed reality. Those seem to be the major thrusts of tech companies of late, and Apple is no exception. But, as typical of the Cupertino-based company, it keeps its major projects under wraps, dropping hints here and there for fans to chew on. Thanks to renowned blogger Robert Scoble, we have confirmation about Apple’s next major …