Firefox just released their most speedy update ever
This week the folks at Firefox released Firefox Quantum, an update to their web browser that makes the internet seem faster. It actually is a little bit faster for the end user, as it were, and Mozilla’s efforts make for the biggest update since the first version of the Firefox web browser. It’s actually pretty impressive. Mozilla suggested earlier today … Continue reading...
Pinterest’s Sections give you new tools for organizing your ideas
Craving more organization? Pinterest Sections now allow users to break up their boards into subboards for a hierarchy of Pins. The update began rolling out globally for both Android and iOS. The post Pinterest’s Sections give you new tools for organizing your ideas appeared first on Digital Trends....
iOS 11.1.1 release fixes iPhone’s weird “i” autocorrect
Today Apple fixed one of the strangest errors in code the company’s likely ever had to deal with. The newest version of iOS corrects the software’s autocorrection of the letter “i.” Autocorrect of the letter I in its lower-cased form became quite a significant sort of nonsense for users over the past week, as you can imagine, since most users … Continue reading...
Pokemon GO Halloween has one more surprise today
Pokemon GO has one more Halloween event surprise coming to users around the globe this morning. That is the release of the third and final Shiny Pokemon in the new Gen 3 Ghost and Dark type collection. The third Shiny monster in this set is Shuppet, a Pokemon that basically looks like a butterscotch candy covered with a wrapper and … Continue reading...
Google blob emojis download brings back cuteness
This week the team at “Blobs Forever” have created a bit of software to plug in to Android to bring the blobs back. The blob-shaped emoji, that is – the emoji that until recently were unique to Android. Google recently updated their emoji collection to get a bit more round than they were before, making the whole set look a … Continue reading...
Google blob emojis download brings back cuteness
This week the team at “Blobs Forever” have created a bit of software to plug in to Android to bring the blobs back. The blob-shaped emoji, that is – the emoji that until recently were unique to Android. Google recently updated their emoji collection to get a bit more round than they were before, making the whole set look a … Continue reading...
This is KRACK – 5 steps to safeguard your devices
This is KRACK – it isn’t glamorous, or cool, or kid’s stuff. It’s a serious Wi-fi vulnerability, and it can kill your devices and steal your data. KRACK affects everybody – and only you can prevent forest fires. I mean only you can take the steps necessary to guard your devices against the KRACK attack. 0. Unplug your Wi-Fi security … Continue reading...
Essential Phone update promises a better camera
The Essential is probably one of the most talked about Android smartphones of 2017. And that’s not all in a good way. Like any small startup trying to make its way through a congested smartphone market, Essential, co-founded and backed by Android godfather Andy Rubin, put the hype machine into full gear. Arriving more than a month later than promised, … Continue reading...
Microsoft just made the perfect Windows-user launcher for Android
There’s a new Microsoft Launcher in town for Android devices – one that should feel familiar to home-screen replacement app super fans of olde. What we’ve got here is a rebranding and renewed bit of interest in what once was called the Arrow Launcher. We’ve written about Arrow Launcher before, and indeed have recommended it to Android users of all … Continue reading...
Apple Watch watchOS 4.0.1 fixes this odd Series 3 bug
After two generations, Apple has finally given Apple Watch fans the features many of them have been asking for: standalone connectivity. As such, it is, perhaps understandable that it would be less than perfect at its first try. Indeed, some owners of the LTE-enabled Apple Watch 3 experienced a rather amusing but really annoying connectivity issue. Fortunately, Apple was immediately … Continue reading...
You can now take a poll, choose custom colors inside Instagram Stories
Instagram Stories fans can now take a poll inside their Story or perfectly coordinate the graphics with the colors in the photo. The update also comes with a guide tool for avoiding misplaced stickers. The post You can now take a poll, choose custom colors inside Instagram Stories appeared first on Digital Trends....
Google Home night mode lets users schedule quiet hours
Having Google Home speak at full volume is fine during the day but unwelcome at 3AM. It’s a problem smart speaker owners face and largely just have to put up with, but no more…at least for Google Home owners. Google recently pushed out a preview feature that introduces a new ‘night mode’ for Google Home, enabling users to schedule specific … Continue reading...
Crunch Report | iOS 11 Now Available to Download
iOS 11 is now available to download, First Miso Robotics flipping burger installed in a restaurant and Stack Overflow’s salary calculator. All this on Crunch Report. Read More ...
Gmail for Android update brings archiving interface tweak
Google has pushed out a Gmail for Android update, and it brings some relatively minor — but visually distinct — changes. Namely, swiping to archive an email is now presented in a different way, giving users access to an undo button located at the bottom of the screen. This placement makes it easy to undo the archiving using your thumb … Continue reading...
Slack Shared Channels make it easy to work with anyone
Slack has announced a new feature called Shared Channels that enables teams to use the service with anyone, eliminating the hassle of adding guests into the mix. One example is a client — it is arguably easier to work with a client through Slack with its various features than it is to keep batting emails back and forth. That’s where … Continue reading...
Your Instagram Stories could soon be posted on Facebook as well
Instagram is testing the ability to post Instagram Stories to Facebook, the company recently confirmed. The new feature would allow Instagram users to simultaneously post to their Facebook Story. The post Your Instagram Stories could soon be posted on Facebook as well appeared first on Digital Trends.
Pokemon GO Raid news: Mewtwo time, EX pass live!
Mewtwo’s coming is imminent in Pokemon GO as EX Raid passes (Exclusive Raid Passes) were first passed out today. One of the very first people to attain an EX Raid Pass was the user known as Broseph23. The Raid Pass suggested that the first EX Raid in his area would take place on September 7th, starting at 4PM and lasting … Continue reading...
Windows 10 Fall Creators Update release date set, Mixed Reality too!
The ship date for the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update has been set, and it’ll be bringing Mixed Reality Headsets along with it. This update will also include items like enhancements in gaming, security, and accessibility, as well as a new photos experience that accesses photos, videos, and 3D effects right out the box. This is the fourth major update … Continue reading...
Pokemon GO down just as new Legendary raids appear!
At news of a new battle system this morning, Pokemon GO was left in the lurch, knocking thousands of players offline at once. This problem began at around 8:30 AM Eastern Time and does not yet seem to be subsiding as this article goes life. This isn’t the first time this has happened, but it’s the first time in a … Continue reading...
When is your phone getting Android 8.0 Oreo? We asked every major manufacturer
We've reached out to every major Android hardware manufacturer and asked them when they'll update their devices to the latest version of Google's mobile operating system: Android 8.0 Oreo. The post When is your phone getting Android 8.0 Oreo? We asked every major manufacturer appeared first on Digital Trends.