Earlier this week Google’s Andrew Ahn, Product Manager for Google Play, released the latest information describing Google’s efforts to slow or stop the spread of malicious apps via the Google Play Store. As the official source for apps for Android devices, Google goes to great lengths to try to keep bad apps out of the […]
Come comment on this article: Google sets records in fighting bad apps during 2017
To say that the tablet market is as flat as a pancake could be an understatement. Since the launch of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S3 back at MWC 2017 in February, well, there hasn’t been a whole lot for tablet lovers to get excited about in the Android world. And yes, I include Amazon’s Fire tablets […]
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Waymo has begun testing truly autonomous vehicles that don't even need to hand off control to human drivers in dangerous situations. Alphabet's autonomous car development arm has shown off the latest version of its Chrysler Pacifica minivans at an ev…
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Ruawalk is a Kickstarter project that helps you keep a consistent pace during walks. The circular wearable first needs to pair with your smartphone, and then you can clip it to your shoe.
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We can all agree on one thing: Running in the rain is not fun. Wet feet mean blisters, but the fabric specialists over at W.L. Gore and Associates can fix that. Their new material can keep you dry, yet retain the feel of a running shoe.
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Taking full advantage of the great outdoors is all but mandatory during the summer months, but equally important is protecting your skin while frolicking in the sun. Meet SunZee, a wearable sunscreen dispenser.
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Your Apple Watch might be great for notifications, but a recent patent suggests that a future version could potentially save your life during a major car accident or a medical emergency.
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Fanpics is like the camera at the first sharp drop on a roller coaster. It’s a free app that captures fan reactions to breaking plays right in the stadium, giving you free high-res photos of the best moments of game.
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Thinking of using a camera drone to get some above-the-crowd footage of Pope Francis during his trip to the US near the end of September? The Federal Aviation Administration would really, really prefer that you didn't. It's instituting drone flyi…
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We’re now only two weeks away from the start of the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles, and you can get a front-row seat to the action with YouTube! We’re inviting your favorite YouTube creators to show us what’s cool and coming up next in the world of gaming, so you can experience every jaw-dropping demo and announcement LIVE.
We are building out a dedicated E3 YouTube hub where you will be able to follow all the live streams and trailers from the event, starting on Sunday, June 14, with the Nintendo World Championships, followed by the Bethesda press conference and the unveiling of the latest installment in the “Doom” series.
On Monday, June 15, at 9 a.m. PT, the wall-to-wall coverage will continue with a 12-hour live stream marathon, hosted by Geoff Keighley, brought to you by the movie “Self/less” – in theaters July 10. Geoff and YouTube gaming creators will bring you live coverage of press conferences from publishers like Xbox, Sony, EA and Ubisoft.
The program will include live “Let’s plays” of new titles, plus celebrity interviews along with other video game stars from the YouTube family. You’ll also get live coverage from IGN and GameSpot, just like last year.
The play-by-play coverage will continue with hundreds of hours of live and on-demand content throughout the week directly from YouTube’s booth at E3, hosted by RoosterTeeth, along with our legendary Trailer Battle, Nintendo’s Digital Event and Treehouse Live, as well as other exclusive gaming content.
From live reactions and gaming demos, to trivia showdowns and “Meet the Makers” sessions with industry experts, the E3 YouTube hub will offer you the easiest place to explore the best of E3. Stay tuned starting on June 14.
Ryan Wyatt, global head of gaming content, recently watched “E3 Live on YouTube 2015 announcement video.”
Singer Enrique Iglesias on Sunday showed what can happen if you get your fingers caught up in the propellers of a quadcopter – and it ain’t pretty. The Spanish performer was on stage at a concert in Mexico when the bloody incident occurred.
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