Microsoft today revealed the next set of Intune features that will be released between May 19 and May 26. This includes support for new features in iOS, Android and Windows Phone platforms. New features in this release: Ability to extend application protection to your existing line-of-business apps using the Intune App Wrapping Tool […]
Android's factory reset function isn't as effective as we'd all like it to be, according to a team of Cambridge University researchers. The group estimates that as many as 500 to 630 million Android devices might not be capable of completely wiping the data saved in their internal disks and SD cards. Show More Summary
The Radian 2 is a time-lapse motion-controller which improves on its predecessor with the addition of wireless Bluetooth programming from iOS or Android devices, and camera control via USB. Multiple devices can be used together for multi-axis motion shots, while brackets and adapter kits allow for tilting and linear movement. Show More Summary
Hey NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet owners, how does a Lollipop treat sound? Good, because NVIDIA is now pushing Android 5.1 to the SHIELD Tablet. The new flavor of Lollipop is part of NVIDIA’s SHIELD Tablet Software Upgrade 3.0 which includes tweaks for the tablet’s display, controller, camera, audio, [...]
We’re sure there are many users out there who rely on Google’s Chrome browser for their Android devices. After all with it being able to sync with the desktop version and its deep ties and integration with Google’s services, it is only natural that heavy users of Google’s products and services can see the benefits of using Chrome. Show More Summary
Twitch has just made it easier to watch recorded streaming content on the go. Twitch’s app users are now able to watch video-on-demand streams and highlights via their iOs or Android devices. Twitch partners and channel owners who have enabled HTTP live streaming will have past video-on-demand content for Twitch’s app users to watch. Show More Summary
This week’s Android Circuit highlights a number of stories including the low sales of the Samsung Galaxy S6 family, the early arrival of the Galaxy Note 5, early reviews of the Sony Xperia Z4 tablet, Microsoft Office preview for Android, the new OnePlus 2 handset is benchmarked, Android Wear updates, MixRadio arrives on the platform, and the release of AdBlock's Android browser.
Attention Chromecast users: Your Chromecast experience can significantly be improved by turning one of your older Android devices into a dedicated Chromecast remote, as one Android fan has discovered. DON’T MISS: Former Android diehard...Show More Summary
For all its flaws, I'm still using Moto's Android Wear watch instead of its more capable competition. I've used a fair few Android Wear watches since the platform first launched almost a year ago. I've gone from the imperfect and frustrating LG G Watch to the functional but slightly clunky G Watch R, before finally settling on the Moto 360. Show More Summary
According to new research, a typical Factory Reset for your Android device might not be as data-destroying as you think it is.
Recently Google released a list of Android Wear devices that would receive WiFi compatibility with an upcoming update to the platform. Oddly enough several LG wearables were left out of the mix, such as the LG G Watch and the LG G Watch R, although the good news is that LG has since clarified the matter. Show More Summary
Yesterday, T-Mobile’s Des Smith hinted at the possibility of the Nexus 6 finally receiving its WiFi Calling update this weekend but today, he’s finally confirming it. The Nexus 6 will officially receive Android 5.1.1 — build number LYZ28E — on T-Mobile this weekend.
Google surprised Android fans who were anxiously waiting for a new Nexus smartphone last year by only launching one new handset, a 6-inch Nexus 6 phablet that proved to be too big for some users. The correlation between the gadget’s name and its screen size might help explain why Google had to release a phablet last year. Show More Summary
Next week is a big one, folks. Google I/O 2015. We’re expecting Android M talk, news about Android Wear, Android TV, Android Auto, Project Fi, and countless other projects Google has going on. But don’t worry, we will be there to bring you all of the breaking stories. Show More Summary
Aria is an add-on module that you clip onto your Android Wear or Pebble Time watch, allowing you to control either of these platforms with various gestures.
The time has arrived. Or, rather, it'll arrive May 28-29. In San Francisco. For that is when the 2015 edition of the Google I/O developer conference is upon us. Or, rather, we're upon it. And so in this week's podcast we preview the things that shall come in the week hence. Show More Summary
The NVIDIA Shield Tablet is receiving an update to Android 5.1, which brings a number of performance improvements to the device. NVIDIA is pushing out an update for its Shield Tablet that improves performance and responsiveness, adds support for Android for Work and more. The update to Android 5.1 is available on the tablet now as for users.
There are two major operating systems and a collection of minor ones, including Windows Phone, Blackberry OS and Samsung’s Tizen. Of the minor smartphone operating systems only Windows Phone has been able to achieve any volume, with Blackberry for example only selling 1.6 million handsets in the last quarter and everyone else being lumped into […]
NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet owners, the day has come. Android 5.1 is now ready for download onto your tablet, bringing a gang of fixes and improvements for the device. To kick it off, Android 5.1 itself brings many bug fixes for Lollipop, including performance improvements and responsiveness upgrades, as well as support for Android for Work. Show More Summary
I’ve been living like a savage barbarian the past week and I don’t like it one bit. In fact, my life has been inconvenienced more times than not, it’s been filled with various frustrations, and from time to time certain tasks that were once simple have been much harder. Next month will mark twelve months […]