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Google to stamp Play Protect logo on certified Android devices

The Android community is very well familiar with most things Android. The latter, as we all know, is an open-source platform that has been making our digital lives easier since 2008. It’s been almost
ARCore just killed Tango to battle ARKit

ARCore just killed Tango to battle ARKit

Google’s ARCore literally loads to an Android device with the name “Tango Core”. In other words, Tango is dead. Tango Core is available separately, and requires a Tango-compatible device to work. This
After Sonic Mania, Sega needs to make 2D Sonic games a priority

After Sonic Mania, Sega needs to make 2D Sonic games a priority

Like many people, I was a bit apprehensive when Sega first revealed Sonic Mania. I was just as excited for a 2D Sonic the Hedgehog title as the next guy, but Sega’s talent for screwing up Sonic games

Upcoming Blackberry Juno may come with new feature called Jolt

Sometimes, when you get bored, you discover great things. Okay, we wouldn’t call this great, but at least interesting. A Reddit user had nothing better to do and so started googling for info about the
Uber may have found its next CEO

Uber may have found its next CEO

Uber has found itself at the center of a lot of negative press lately, but today we’re hearing something about the company that may actually be positive. According to new reports, Uber may have found

Zero Camera Mod gives better camera performance for the Galaxy S8, root needed

If you own a Samsung Galaxy S8, you still have one of the best cameras on a mobile device at this point in time. That said, there was very little improvement from the Galaxy S7 to the current
Amazon Echo multi-room music arrives (sorry Sonos)

Amazon Echo multi-room music arrives (sorry Sonos)

Amazon announced a rather huge addition for its Echo family of smart speakers today. This new feautre is called “multi-room music” and, as that name suggests, it allows you to target your music
ARCore brings augmented reality to 100 million Android devices

ARCore brings augmented reality to 100 million Android devices

Apple’s launch of ARKit, even just as a developer preview, opened the floodgates of augmented reality experiences on iOS. It seems rather ironic that Google, who was actually first in that space via

Google launches ARCore, it’s augmented reality for Android devices

For phones to have augmented reality (AR) features, one must usually rely on good hardware, like the depth-sensing cameras on the phones that carry Google’s Tango technology. But as technology moves
Pokemon GO update: Mewtwo Countdown ending in 5, 4, 3…

Pokemon GO update: Mewtwo Countdown ending in 5, 4, 3…

The Mewtwo countdown continues in Pokemon GO – just days are left before Niantic’s plan to release Mewtwo is executed! It’s high time, too, as Pokemon GO’s best Pokemon is in player hands only in
Miiverse shutdown announced for Wii U and 3DS

Miiverse shutdown announced for Wii U and 3DS

Nintendo revealed today that Miiverse – a social network of sorts for Wii U and 3DS – will be shutting down soon. Given Nintendo’s eagerness to stop producing the Wii U once the launch of the Switch

Microsoft OneDrive, To-Do apps get minor updates

If you use an app fairly often, any update to it whether minor or major is pretty important. If you’re a fan of Microsoft’s growing family of apps, then you probably use To-Do (a to-do list app
BMW X4 family including M40i and M40d spied sans camo

BMW X4 family including M40i and M40d spied sans camo

A car hauler full of several versions of the BMW X4 has been spied somewhere near the BMW factory in South Carolina. The hauler was full of pre-production prototypes and while one of them appears to
Moto Z2 Force’s “largest” phone drop proves nothing

Moto Z2 Force’s “largest” phone drop proves nothing

Motorola seems to have acquired the skill of spinning words. It says “shatterproof” but never says “scratchproof”. It says “largest phone drop” but it never really says “epic” or even “useful”. In

Galaxy Note 8 apps ported for Samsung Nougat devices

When Samsung announced its Galaxy Note 8, probably a lot of people got intimidated by its supposed price range and so have decided not to buy it for now. But they were probably interested in the
Aston Martin plans all hybrid fleet by 2025

Aston Martin plans all hybrid fleet by 2025

As the automotive industry goes more and more crazy for hybrid power to help meet fuel economy goals and to lure in buyers who want to be green, even sports car makers are going hybrid. Aston Martin

Android Wear now in Google Mobile Management, Oreo to bring small change

Android Wear 2.0 took a long time coming to smartwatches on the platform, but eventually when it got there, some would say it was worth it. More than just bringing new features and all, Google
BMW unveils first ever i3s with sporty style and more power

BMW unveils first ever i3s with sporty style and more power

MW has rolled out the latest version of the BMW i3 and the first ever BMW i3s sporty EV. The new i3 and i3s will make their world debuts at the International Motor Show in Frankfurt next month with
iPhone 7s, 7s Plus only slightly thicker for wireless charging

iPhone 7s, 7s Plus only slightly thicker for wireless charging

You win some, you lose some, as they say. Smartphones are pretty much just a series of compromises for one feature in exchange for another. Take for example the still to be announced iPhone 7s and 7s

DisplayMate gives Samsung Galaxy Note 8 display highest ever rating

DisplayMate is as to screens of mobile devices as DxOMark is to mobile cameras – which means, these folks run their standards and measures and tell us how the displays of popular smartphones stack up