Everything you need to know about Google today

Everything you need to know about Google today

Our favorite billion-dollar company is still making news not only in the Android market but on the entirety of the tech industry. One that we anticipate is the shutting down of Google+. The Google+ Team recently sent a formal email announcing the sad parting of the platform on April 2, 2019. They are advising all users who wish to save their content to download all of them before March 31, 2019, for the downloading may take time. The team also made it clear that no other Google products such…

New apps and all the hard-to-miss news on Android this week

New apps and all the hard-to-miss news on Android this week

We’re yet to approach the end of the first quarter of 2019 and big, big news have already been circulating around the Android market. Here are some of the biggest news this week, and the recent weeks, you shouldn’t miss on Android. Android Q. A new and better version of Android is arriving soon. In fact, the developer preview already came out this week. Some of the highlight features are improved security, the ability to strictly restrict apps, and the native screen recording. The latter…

You can soon use Xbox Live on Android, Skiing on Android, and Spellforce on Android

You can soon use Xbox Live on Android, Skiing on Android, and Spellforce on Android

Foldable phones, penta-camera, ultrasonic fingerprint scanners, fingerprint sensors that reads hemoglobin levels, this year is really a crazy year for Android and it’s just the start of it. Android is once again planning to kick off the notch before the 1st quarter of 2019 ends with some exciting news. Here are the latest news Android has in store for us before ending the week. Microsoft’s Xbox Live can soon work in any Android game Good news to all gamers! Microsoft recently…

The first Android Q beta is now available for Pixel phones, here’s everything new!

The first Android Q beta is now available for Pixel phones, here’s everything new!

Google has announced the Android Q developer preview and it’s live now on Pixel smartphones. The company released the beta update, an early version of an Android OS upgrade set to arrive later this year, alongside a host of new features on the Android Developers Blog. The new Android Q promises improved privacy and security features, enhancements for foldable phones, new media codecs, camera features, and a host of new APIs. Users will always have the option to give apps permission to view…

All the Announced Foldable Phones in 2019

All the Announced Foldable Phones in 2019

Google is already betting for the foldable future of Android and already developed an OS that can complement this form factor. Some apps are also converting into a foldable phone-compatible future making the future nearer than anticipated. Here’s a look at the flexible, foldable phones that have been announced so far, and we could eventually see this 2019. Huawei Mate X The Huawei Mate X was announced at Mobile World Congress 2019 and it does not cheap, with a launch price of…

Huawei Mate 20 is doing great, Google Pixel 3 not so much

Huawei Mate 20 is doing great, Google Pixel 3 not so much

Google and Huawei are some of the most promising smartphone brands in the world and we could expect the best products from both companies. Today, the competition between the two in the mobile market has been tough, considering the fast-paced technological innovation, and the presence of other brands as well. Here is the latest news about Huawei and Google today: Huawei shipped 10 million Mate 20 series Huawei is one of the most surprising brands today, starting off make mid-range…

How secure is the Samsung Galaxy S10’s new face unlock feature?

How secure is the Samsung Galaxy S10’s new face unlock feature?

The Samsung Galaxy S10 has really shaken not just the Android market, but the smartphone market. The flagship is packed with cool features foreshadowing the future of the mobile industry. Some of these features are the security concerns, an area where Samsung has not been doing well for years. The new Galaxy S10 offers different types of security features users can choose from such as face recognition, in-display fingerprint, and the old-school PIN code. We’re here to check no them which…

What’s new on your favorite apps: YouTube, PUBG, Google Play Store

What’s new on your favorite apps: YouTube, PUBG, Google Play Store

Now that the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2019 is over, we are not stepping into a new chapter of the mobile world today. There are a lot of interesting topics on Android today and some of them include your favorite apps. Some are cool, some are disappointing, and some can actually help you earn money. Without further ado, here’s the latest news about some of your favorite apps. YouTube fact checks suspicious searches One of the biggest problems in the online world today is the…

Sony explains why its smartphone cameras are not that impressive

Sony explains why its smartphone cameras are not that impressive

While cameras are one of the most important specifications of smartphones today, one we cannot understand is how Sony Xperia is obviously falling behind the area when its DSLR cameras are on top. We have always wondered why Sony Xperia cameras are not that good when developing the technology is at the palm of their hands. The company is the global leader in imaging sensors for DSLR, mirrorless cameras, and smartphones. In fact, it has long supplied other brands such as Apple with its IMX…

Google Maps now shows Lime bikes, Google Photos disabled on Android TV

Google Maps now shows Lime bikes, Google Photos disabled on Android TV

Google made a lot of changes and updates on its Android apps this year. One of the controversies the companies recently handled is the issue with Titanium Backup on Google Play. Then, there’s the nearing end of Google Plus this April. Then, the dissolution of the Allo messaging app. Then, the plan to integrate Google Assistant to the default Messages app and distribute Allo features on other messaging apps. The most surprising thing is the first quarter of the year has not ended yet. And…