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PUBG Mobile is now available across the globe

Available for Android and iOS.

After launching in China late last year, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile is finally coming to additional markets. This news comes just a few short days after developer Tencent Games began running a beta in Canada on March 15, and I don’t imagine anyone will be complaining about the rapid expansion.

Tencent and PUBG Corp. note that the game is “now available in many regions around the world” and that it’ll be added to  [Read More…]

Samsung partnering with uBreakiFix for same-day Galaxy S9 repairs across the U.S.

This is so much better than sending your phone to Samsung.

Samsung is expanding its in-person smartphone customer service offerings with a new partnership with independent repair chain uBreakiFix. The new deal, which technically lands under the “Samsung Care” umbrella, guarantees that Samsung customers can visit any of uBreakiFix’s 300 U.S. stores for same-day repairs, including warranty service when applicable but also out-of-warranty fixes on older phones.

You may recall that uBreakiFix also has an ongoing partnership  [Read More…]

Google’s bringing free, high-speed Wi-Fi to 60+ locations across Mexico

Over 100 areas will be supported by the end of 2018.

After launching first in India and Indonesia, Google is now bringing its Google Station program to Mexico.

Google Station launched back in 2015, and its goal is to offer people Internet access that’s fast, free, and reliable. Google says it’ll first be rolling out its Station hotspots across 60 different venues in Mexico, including malls, airports, and public transit stations, but it hopes to expand this  [Read More…]

Your web browser’s password manager is helping ad companies track you across the web

The Same Origin Policy has one fatal flaw, and of course, ad companies have found a way to exploit it.

There are a few things you’ll hear in every conversation about internet security; one of the first ones would be to use a password manager. I’ve said it, most of my coworkers have said it, and chances are you’ve said it while helping someone else sort out ways to keep their data safe and sound. It’s still  [Read More…]

How to choose what you sync on Chrome across devices

You can choose exactly what syncs with Google and your computer, and it’s easy.

If you have a Chromebook and use Google Chrome on another computer, here’s a quick tip about choosing what you synchronize between them.

On our Chromebooks, many of us install apps and extensions that add more features and functionality. That’s how Chrome OS was designed, with it’s own online store full of apps and extensions, and there are plenty of useful ones included.  [Read More…]

Roboform: 4 years of AES 256-bit encrypted passwords across all of your devices, only $29.95

As we move into the last parts of 2017 we need to be more conscious and cautious than ever when it comes to our data. What with all of the ransomware and data dumping that’s going on, we need to be vigilant about passwords. And, while there are a number of password managers on the market, RoboForm is one […]

LG expands Google Assistant across its smart device portfolio

LG manufactures a wide range of devices, many of which are connected or smart. LG today has announced that almost 87 of its Wi-Fi connected LG smart home appliances are now compatible with Google Assistant. Including washing machines and dryers, refrigerators, ovens, dishwashers, vacuums, and air purifiers, customers are now able to hook their appliances […]

The state of 4K across Google Play and YouTube

In the pursuit of cutting-edge video content, we have graduated from Blu-ray to 4K.

In our quest for seeing all the pixels we can for our favorite movies and TV shows, the standard we aim for right now is 4K, which is twice as high and twice as wide as 1080p. It’ll still be years before a large portion of the populace has 4K TVs, and content providers are still getting the ball rolling on distributing 4K  [Read More…]

YouTube TV is now available in 14 more cities across the US

YouTube TV – Google’s live TV service that lets users access live and recorded content from major networks typically found on cable – is expanding its availability to include 14 more markets in the US. Previously available in several areas in the US including Los Angeles and NYC, YouTube TV is now live for users […]