Cell phones, especially Android-based devices, are a popular target for hackers. Millions of users’ smartphones have been infected by malware downloaded from the Google Play Store. Google screens apps before allowing them on the Google Play Store, but thousands of malware applications have been released.
Mar 25 2014, 2:58pm CDT
Odds are you get frustrated driving in and around Toronto.
From construction to accidents to closures for special events, commuting – and just buzzing around for errands – seems to take longer and longer.
We can help solve that problem.
The CityNews Toronto Traffic app provides real-time monitoring of your traffic routes as you drive and notifies you of slow-downs with hands-free audio alerts. The app uses numerous sources, including government data, tra ...
Full article at: CityNews.ca
1 day ago, 12:01pm CDT
The Nexus 5 has had a short stint on Google Play. It costs $349 for a 16GB version. The flagship device by Google has seen a lot of leakage and it seems everyone knows something about it.
Oct 18 2013, 3:46am CDT
It has been a year since Google released its Chromecast -- a "one last thing" sort of device that was hidden behind the new Nexus 7 announcement. The tiny HDMI dongle has been steadily gaining features, making it compatible with an ever-growing number of services.
But one thing it lacked seemed rather basic -- Android screen mirroring. While we don't know how this slipped through the Google cracks, it ...
Full article at: BetaNews
2 days ago, 12:31pm CDT
Days after the company agreed to a $32.5 million settlement with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission over in-app purchase policies, Apple general counsel Bruce Sewell sent an email to commissioners directing their attention to an article saying the Google Play Store lets children spend th ...
Full article at: AppleInsider
3 days ago, 9:49am CDT
Now you may share your printer with others from anywhere through any device, thanks to Google. The Cloud Print facility has arrived on Windows thereby increasing its range and repertoire.
Jul 23 2013, 8:20am CDT
Along with announcing the availability of Android Wear apps earlier today, the search company also pushed out Google Play Services 5.0 to almost all Android devices.There's no need to download it either. The services update comes through the Google Play Store to almost all smartphones and tablets running Android 2.3 Gingerbread to 4.4 KitKat.Google Service 5.0 brings with it an API designed to make it easier for users to communicate with apps running on Android Wear devices. I ...
Full article at: Tech.co.uk
Jul 3 2014, 2:15pm CDT
Source: Digital Trends
Android Wear is finally here and the first apps have made their way on to the Google Play Store. Now you can use brand-name apps like Duolingo and Level Money on your smartwatch.
The post First Android Wear apps appear in Google ...
Full article at: Digital Trends
Jul 3 2014, 9:12am CDT
Opera has exited today the beta version of its first Android WebKit browser. Opera for Android is now available to download free from Google Play Store starting today.
May 21 2013, 11:12am CDT