Chrome’s Autofill feature remembers typos, too. Good thing editing is so easy!
Having the Chrome browser remember your details when filling out forms on the internet can be handy. Most times when you sign up for any service or buy something online, you’ll need to enter the same information each time and a secure way to enter it all at once saves time and means fewer errors. But it’s only a good thing if all the info [Read More…]
LG G6’s slim bezels get highlighted in latest leak.
The latest LG G6 leak shows off the device next to last year’s G5. LG has previously stated that the G6 will feature a big screen in a small body, and it’s easy to see that from the image posted on Weibo. In spite of featuring a 5.7-inch QHD+ display, the G6 is only marginally larger than the 5.3-inch G5.
The thin bezels certainly make the device [Read More…]
Just about everything relies on some type of code nowadays. Cars are computerized; we use computers all day long, and we’re glued to our smartphones from sunup to sundown. Python is a major coding language for apps and it’s an excellent tool if you’re wanting to enter the field of software development, especially if you want to build apps for a living.
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This is shaping up to be a big phone … but not as big as you’d think.
We’re still over a month away from an expected announcement of the Galaxy S8 and S8+, and that means we’re well into the flow of leaks. The latest, which comes from @evleaks, details purported specs for the larger Galaxy S8+ — and aside from physical size it looks to be very similar to the smaller Galaxy S8.
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It might not seem too intuitive, but a smart speaker’s primary goal is not delivering great audio. In reality, customers tend to buy voice-activated products like Google Home or Amazon Echo mainly due to the virtual assistants living inside them. It’s fun to talk to Alexa or the Google Assistant and ask them to do […]
Skype Lite is designed to work on slow cellular connections in India.
After Facebook Lite and YouTube Lite (which is dubbed YouTube Go), it is now Microsoft’s turn to roll out a 2G-friendly version of Skype in India. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella showed off the app at an event in Mumbai earlier today, highlighting the fact that it was built at Microsoft’s development facility in Hyderabad and tested extensively in India.
Skype Lite lets you make [Read More…]
Registration for Google’s developer conference is now open!
Last year, Google Allo, Duo, Assistant and Home were announced at Google I/O 2016, and that was just at the keynote. The annual developer conference is full of interesting pieces of news, but the real reason it exists is for developers to learn how to build great apps and experience for the Android and Chrome platforms.
This year, with rumors swirling about Andromeda, Fuschia, and whatever else Google has [Read More…]
T-Mobile is doing it again. Another ridiculous sale on flagship phones has just gone live at T-Mobile.com. Hey, I’m not complaining because its consumers that are saving money but I sometimes wonder how the nation’s third-place carrier is actually making money. Well, today we’re getting a look at T-Mobile’s latest deal. If you’re in the […]
Post more than one memory at a time without overloading your followers.
Ever wanted to post a bunch of pictures in a row on Instagram, but felt too bad about inundating timelines? Instagram’s new gallery feature lets you attached up to ten photos or videos to a post to share multiple scenes from a memory with your friends and family.
The new feature is easy to use. Simply tap on [Read More…]
Mobile devices like smartphones and tablets make your life easier. That is, until they run out of battery. That’s why most of us usually carry a charger around with us all day every day. Do you have yours with you? Check, quickly! Joke aside, chargers come in all shapes and sizes, some need to be […]