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Microsoft asks users to switch to iOS or Android when Windows Phone is set to be obsolete

Microsoft admits the defeat of its smartphone and now officially urges all remaining users of Windows 10 Mobile to switch to an iOS or Android device. In an EM document spotted by ThurrottMicrosoft is notifying users that Windows 10 Mobile… Continue Reading →

Twitter says that a bug has led the "Protect your tweets" setting to be disabled for some Android users for nearly five years, thus making their tweets public.

Twitter accidentally revealed "protected" (or private) tweets from some users, the company disclosed this afternoon. The "Protect your tweets" setting usually allows users to use Twitter non-publicly. These users learn who can follow them and who can see their content…. Continue Reading →

The reverse chronological flow of Twitter is now on Android

Twitter is currently rolling out the highly anticipated reverse time flow intended for Android users. This feature allows users to switch to tweets in real time instead of seeing a scenario based on an algorithm. (Pixabay) True to its original… Continue Reading →

Researcher shows how much the ES File Explorer application exposes Android device data

Why does one of the most popular Android apps use a hidden web server in the background? ES File Explorer claims to have more than 500 million downloads under its belt since 2014, making it one of the most used… Continue Reading →

Pandora launches a custom voice wizard on iOS and Android that will provide personalized search results and allow users to control music playback.

Pandora today announced the launch of its own in-app voice assistant that you can call at any time by saying "Hey Pandora", followed by a request to play music or to podcasts you want to listen to. This feature will… Continue Reading →

YouTube is starting to roll out a new feature on iOS that will allow viewers to scroll left or left to navigate between videos for Android devices later this year.

Tapping is so much last year. That's why YouTube started offering a new way to navigate mobile video: just a swipe. The new feature, known to employees under its internal name "swipey watch," has been under development for two years,… Continue Reading →

Google announces the deployment of RCS messaging support on the Google Fi network available on Pixel phones, Moto G6, LG V35, LG G7 and Android One Moto X models

Today, Google announces the deployment of RCS Chat on the Google Fi network. Google is also announcing improved data speeds for roaming users. RCS deployment follows limited support for Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile. Google makes RCS available on more phones… Continue Reading →

Facebook states that it will test a feature stories for sharing events on iOS and Android for users in the US, Brazil and Mexico.

Facebook continues to experience the most controversial period in its history in the face of numerous scandals related to data privacy, misinformation and misinformation, as well as broader issues related to the corrosive role of the social network in democratic… Continue Reading →

Documentation leak: Verizon Alpha tests a streaming service called Verizon Gaming, currently running on Nvidia Shield TV, then expanded to Android

Verizon is currently conducting alpha testing of Verizon Gaming, a streaming gaming service that would represent a major new initiative for the domestic and mobile internet giant. The edge can report that Verizon Gaming is already operational on the Nvidia… Continue Reading →

7 Android trends to watch in 2019

Nobody panics, but I'm pretty sure that there was a problem in the matrix. My calendar insists we are in 2019, but my brain is pretty sure it will not be possible. I mean, come on, has another year ever… Continue Reading →

Square launches an integrated payments SDK for iOS, Android and Google Flutter's multi-platform mobile development SDK

A point of sale terminal Square. (Square photo) Betting that users of its in-store payment equipment and Web services also want to use Square for their mobile applications, the company launches a mobile software development kit for mobile giants on… Continue Reading →

Lenovo integrates Amazon Alexa into Android tablets Smart Tab M10 and P10 Android

The Lenovo Smart Tab M10 and P10 are ready to go out of their Android tablet life. You may use them a few hours a day as a tablet. But if you pair them with included Smart Dock docking stations,… Continue Reading →

Instagram will now allow users to publish to multiple iOS accounts simultaneously and will begin to easily test Google Photos imports on Android.

Instagram is tipping the scales towards simplicity but far from originality. It adds the ability to publish posts to different accounts that you control at the same time by activating them in the composer's screen. An Instagram spokesperson confirmed that… Continue Reading →

Royole unveils FlexPai, a hybrid device that measures 7.8 inches in tablet form and becomes two Android phones when it's closed. available now in China for ~ $ 1,320

The Royole FlexPai is the type of device that companies use when they feel the absolute imperative to be the first to use a new technology. I do not blame Royole – a five-year-old company literally founded to develop and… Continue Reading →

AT & T has deployed software updates for some Android phones, changing the "5G E" of the 4G LTE brand, indicating that the 5G with mmWave technology will call "5G +".

Enlarge / AT & T's 5G is accompanied by an asterisk. A new cellular network technology is being studied and the entire industry is joining to move from 4G LTE to 5G mmWave. The 5G upgrade will require new modem… Continue Reading →

Sony announces support for AirPlay 2 and HomeKit on its Android TVs

Following similar announcements from Samsung, LG and Vizio, Sony announced tonight that it would support AirPlay and HomeKit on some TV models. The announcement of Sony is particularly surprising since Sony uses Android TV to power its TVs. Sylvania HomeKit… Continue Reading →

Sony announces that its new 4K and 8K TVs launched later this year and running Android TV will be compatible with AirPlay 2 and HomeKit.

Another surprise in the midst of the sudden expansion of Apple's AirPlay 2 at CES, among popular TV brands, Sony, has announced that it will add support for this feature to its own TVs. Here is the really interesting piece:… Continue Reading →

Apple trolls CES with a giant dig on Android and Alexa Privacy

There is a giant ad on the side of a building in Las Vegas, making a pun on the classic line "what's going on in Vegas stays in Vegas". Nothing unusual about this, if it was set up by Apple… Continue Reading →

5 Android alternatives to upgrading your iPhone

Eli Blumenthal UNITED STATES TODAY & # 39; HUI Posted at 13: 22 EST on 4 January 2019 Apple made the headlines this week with its announcement of iPhone upgrades. While Apple users are wondering if the new iPhone XR,… Continue Reading →

The all-electric Polestar 2 will be the first car with Google's native Android technology

Volvo's futuristic performance brand, Polestar, released the first teaser image of its second car this week (see above). The Polestar 2, aptly named, will be Volvo's first 100% electric car and its specifications (at least on paper) combine with the… Continue Reading →

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