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If you're visiting a marketplace or a museum and have their apps, their cameras may be able to send you messages by tracking how you move.
There was a testing period of a new notification for those who have just had their Instagram story screenshotted. The test has ended.
App developers will need to drop off the watchOS 1 SDK and move onto at least watchOS 2. Instagram, for some reason, will not do that, thus the end of the applet.
It's an annoying vanity bug that made its way into a triple-A, big-money ad for the iPhone X's Face ID feature. And it gets edited like this.
It's an easy breach of privacy and all someone needs to do to get at it is to take your iPhone and ask Siri to read out your notifications.
The carrier's My Verizon app is pushing out a notification trying to convince customers on iPhones (even the iPhone X) to buy a Galaxy S9 through the app.
"Fake news" can get really, really repetitive in this endless news cycle we're all seemingly in. But Apple's News app for iOS is really taking it to new levels.
Gmail is a dominant email service provider and it's about time that a prominent desktop OS recognize it. It will, through its digital assistant.
Developers have brought up code that may allow the iPhone 8 to not disturb you while you're gaming or watching a movie on that phone.
The latest in a seemingly endless string of OnePlus 5 scandals involves an unwelcomed push invite for existing owners to a survey and OP5 giveaway.
If it's got wacky hardware features, it's gotta be a Chinese flagship smartphone, right? Meizu is rumored to be cutting the edge and painting the rear.
Two major categories of improvements have been introduced: Fluid Experiences and Vitals. And you get to try them out through the Android Beta Program.
A list of bullet points and plenty of speculation as to where the next version of Android will go. But will all of these features land in May?
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The Android Compatibility Definition Document requires OEMs to not tamper with notification delivery the way version 7.1 intends for them to go.
Instead of one notification LED, Samsung could have a ring of them around the camera. It can help you take weird selfies and tell you how well you are.
It's supposed to be the next step up from the notification LED. Materials obtained about the feature point to the Galaxy J2 (2016) for its debut.
Ever get the feeling that your 2G speeds are taking bits and pieces of your sanity away while you’re trying to grab a quick story to read? Sure, your GPS knows you’re in the sticks, but the site tries to load a 1080p advertisement right in your face anyways!
The folks behind Google Chrome are here to help you out with an update to the Android browser app. The Data Saver mode, when turned on, now adds a step to pageloading when it detects a slow connection by holding off images and prompting the user to load them if they want to.
The update will hit India and [...]
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Have you ever had that feeling that something is missing? It should be something so obvious, when you walk in the room, that it hits you in the face like a frying pan in a bad marriage. And yet, you just can’t put your finger on it. It’s that dangerous question that a wife asks her husband – “Notice anything?” – and you know there’s something different, but you just don’t see it? Microsoft has that feeling right now. Or at least it should. Or else it should be hit in the face with a frying pan.The power of three
GDR3. Just think about that [...]