Category: <span>Android</span>

Facebook Account Verification are affecting Quest 2 users Multitudes of Oculus Quest 2 users are finding themselves without the ability to use their devices. The problem comes from Facebook’s account verification system. Due to Facebook requiring an active account in order for the Quest 2 to function, some users are finding themselves with paperweights instead […]

Password protections for Android and iOS featured in Chrome update The release of Chrome 86 for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, and iOS features some impressive upgrades. First and foremost are the password security upgrades for Android and iOS, where you’ll now be notified if passwords that you’ve asked Chrome to remember have been compromised. If […]

Hardware-based 2FA security can up your protection from hacks A great way to boost the security of your online accounts is to use a hardware key. Two-factor authentication – also referred to as 2FA or multi-factor authentication – provides extra protection from attacks by requiring the use of secondary verification in addition to a password […]

Terrible Firefox for Android update leaves users frustrated Mozilla recently released a semi-functional update for Firefox on Android. The functionality of the upgrade has users so confused that some were reporting that they thought they were in beta. Unfortunately, it’s been found that the update that was pushed to users is indeed the finished product. […]

A new phone with a 108-megapixel camera On August 21, 2020, Samsung is releasing two Galaxy Note 20 phones – the Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra. Both Note 20s will come with an S Pen. The Note 20 boasts an impressive 6.7-inch display, and the Note 20 Ultra is just a smidgen larger at […]

An Android security bug gave access to Twitter DMs Twitter reported that a security bug may have exposed the private direct messages of users accessing Twitter via their Android app. Thankfully, there is currently no evidence that the vulnerability was ever exploited. Had the bug been exploited, it would have allowed a malicious Android app […]

A Google bot is directing humans at Verizon Verizon is using Google Cloud’s Contact Center AI in order to automate its customer service phone calls and conversations through its chatbot. In a statement released by Verizon, they said “Verizon customers in search of support may soon find a more natural and streamlined digital experience, thanks […]

Android users received a great Google Authenticator update While Google Authenticator for iOS was updated last year for adjustment to iPhone X screens, Android users have been waiting for more than three years for improvements. Well, after three years, the Google Authenticator app received a much needed update for Android. Thanks to the new update, […]

A tiny Facebook code change brought down several apps These days, most major apps include code that comes from Facebook. That code allows users to log in to dozens of websites with an easy click by choosing to “Log in with Facebook.” That small bit of code caused crashes to multiple iOS apps this month, […]

Instagram has rolled out DM access on the internet In January, Instagram began testing the preferences of a small group of users, as well as testing the functionality of web-based DMs. With the feedback Instagram received, they opted to update the web application in order to more closely mimic how DMs appear on the Instagram […]