Category: Android

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 […]

Samsung has released the Galaxy Z Flip phone with foldable glass display. After Samsung’s Galaxy Fold issues and failure, they’ve decided to release a different kind of foldable phone. The Galaxy Z Flip phone, which released on February 14, 2020, retails for $1,380. Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip is similar to a Motorola Razr, as it […]

Malwarebytes reports a low-end smartphone that has unremovable malware Malwarebytes is reporting that malware has been detected already pre-installed on a smartphone provided by Lifeline, a government-subsidized program that offers smartphones to low-income Americans. The smartphone model in question is the Android-based Unimax (UXM) U686CL made for Assurance Wireless, the company that provides the cellphones […]

Microsoft Teams rolling out a secure walkie-talkie feature Soon, you’ll be able to use Microsoft Teams to speak to your colleagues quickly and easily, via Walkie Talkie. The feature will turn smartphones or tablets into a walkie-talkie that will work over Wi-Fi. It can also be used over the cellular network. Microsoft is embedding the […]

Facebook admits to lawmakers that they need to track users at all time Senator Josh Hawley of Missouri and Senator Chris Coons of Delaware asked Facebook to respect the decision of users and to keep their locations private. Facebook has now issued a response to those two senators explaining why it tracks users’ locations even […]

Blue light may not be as disruptive to sleep as night mode is Researchers at the University of Manchester have found that blue light may not be as disruptive to our sleep patterns as originally thought. The team found that using dim, cooler lights in the evening and bright warmer lights in the day may […]

iPhone users are finding that their cameras are being turned on by using the Facebook app Concerned iPhone users brought to light a bug that activates their device’s camera when using the Facebook app. It was noted that the camera was activated behind Facebook’s app as users were watching videos or looking at photos on […]

A revamped Nvidia Shield has been released Nvidia has introduced a revamped version of its Android TV streaming device, complete with faster processor and a new remote control. The Nvidia Shield was first introduced in 2015. The device doubles as a console for both local and cloud-based video games. In addition to that, a Shield […]