Archive for the ‘Android’ Category

The streaming revolution is clearly going strong, and today it’s getting another player in the game. BitTorrent has announced its new BitTorrent Now platform available on the web and Android, with apps for iPhone, iPad and Apple TV coming soon. The service will facilitate the streaming of videos and music from a collection of independent artist, filmmakers and creative.

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While Google already offers two-step verification, it has today announced what it calls Google prompt, and it’s an attempt at making it easier than ever to enable two-step verification with the absolute minimum amount of work needed by users. Here are the details.

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If you own one of Ultimate Ears UE BOOM 2 or UE MEGABOOM Bluetooth speakers, then you can now keep the party going in a more seamless fashion thanks to the integration of voice control via Apple’s Siri and Google Now digital assistants.

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Here’s a OnePlus 3 Vs Apple iPhone 6s side-by-side real-world speed and performance test comparison. If you think smartphones that come with higher specifications on paper are going to perform way above and beyond compared to devices with a supposed lower specification set, then you really couldn’t be more wrong.

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Fans of emoji and guns will be disappointed to learn that a rifle, planned to be part of the Unicode 9 standard to be made official in June, will no longer appear in cartoon form after both Apple and Microsoft requested that it be removed.

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Bluetooth 5 is now official. Here’s everything you need to know about it, including features and release date of the latest Bluetooth spec version 5.

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If you’ve been wondering why Apple hasn’t expanded iMessage over to the Android OS as yet, you may have an official answer now.

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Did you know Facebook Messenger app has a hidden soccer / football game that you can enable using this trick on your phone? Here’s how to enable and challenge your friends to play it.

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Google today has made available for download Android N developer preview 4 beta for select Nexus devices. These supported Nexus devices include the Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6, Nexus 9, Nexus 9 LTE, General Mobile 4G (Android One device), Pixel C and the Android TV-powered Nexus Player.

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OnePlus has launched the OnePlus 3 Android smartphone. You can find the complete specs, price, features and release date info of the phone right here.

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If you’re a fan of wireless technology, then you’ll be pleased to learn that the next-generation of the Bluetooth standard is set to be formally announced next week. Called as Bluetooth 5, it will be introduced as the next generation progression of the Bluetooth standard, offering double the connection range and up to quadruple the transfer speed of the current incarnation of the wireless protocol.

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Did you buy an NVIDIA SHIELD? Do you wish you hadn’t? If the answer to those two things is a resounding “Yes!” then you may be very pleased to learn that there is a brand new killer app on the way that will make that SHIELD seem like a great idea. And that’s no mean feat. The app we are talking about is Plex, the ever-popular media management and playback application, which today announced that an upcoming update to the app will add support for the – you guessed it – NVIDIA SHIELD hardware.

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