It’s almost a certainty that you’ve experienced the misery of one of your favorite apps being sent off to the great developer in the sky, or reincarnated in some instances, and there’s a pretty good chance that Google took the role of being the great reaper in the scenario. To celebrate Halloween, Google’s Seattle team […]
Come comment on this article: Google celebrates Halloween by mocking those that pine for its dead apps
Red may be an attention-grabbing color, but too much of it can trigger anxiety. You might soon see a lot less of the hue on Facebook. The company is testing the ability to turn off the crimson in-app notification dots that seem to pop up every time y…
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Back in June 2016, Amazon started the Prime Exclusive program that offered Prime members select smartphones at a nice discount, but just being a paying member wasn’t enough. The phones came with Amazon’s ads and offers plastered all over the lock screen. For many users, the lock screen is just a speed bump to get […]
Come comment on this article: Moto X4 will join the Amazon Prime Exclusive program for those who tolerate lock screen ads
Super Mario Run is projected to be a huge success and knockoffs have started appearing on Android. But you probably shouldn’t download them or find other ways around the restrictions. Here is why.
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A new hearing aid from Starkey Hearing Technologies is able to connect to the user’s smartphone through Bluetooth, after which users can stream music to their hearing aids and fine tune things like hearing aid volume.
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Don’t let a dirty screen keep you down, these are the best ways to clean everything from fingerprints, dust, and grime from the screen of your smartphone.
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