Safer apps make for a safer phone.
Google’s new Security for Android Developers page has a pretty bold statement as it’s tagline:
Our goal is to make Android the safest mobile platform in the world. That’s why we consistently invest in technologies that bolster the security of the platform, its applications, and the global Android ecosystem.
Google is pretty transparent when it comes to Android security, and the past year or so has seen media outlets pick [Read More…]
Bringing Star Wars action to mobile like you’ve never before.
Star Wars: Force Arena is a mobile game that’s brimming with potential, combining the most popular trends in mobile gaming — collectable cards, tower defence, and mobile online battle arena (MOBA) — into one cohesive strategy game that’s addictive as hell and a blast to play. Star Wars fans will love it, especially if they enjoyed the latest film in the franchise, Rogue One: A Star Wars [Read More…]
They’ll figure it out eventually, right?
Update: A tweet from Nintendo’s main Twitter account has clarified that Fire Emblem will launch for both Android and iOS on the quoted date of February 2. Hooray!
Original story: Nintendo is following quickly behind the launch of Super Mario Run with another mobile title from its coveted IP. Instead of focusing on turning a popular game into a weird, single-hand mobile spin, we’re getting a strategy game backed by [Read More…]
They’ll figure it out eventually, right?
Nintendo is following quickly behind the launch of Super Mario Run with another mobile title from its coveted IP. Instead of focusing on turning a popular game into a weird, single-hand mobile spin, we’re getting a strategy game backed by a rich heritage. The next game will be Fire Emblem: Heroes, and if you were hoping this launch would be iOS and Android simultaneously, you’re about to be disappointed.
Twitter has announced that Google has purchased Fabric for an undisclosed sum.
Fabric is Twitter’s set of tools that helps mobile app developers to build, distribute and monetize apps. These tools are designed to give developers easy access to Gnip, Fabric’s data platform, and the MoPub ad revenue platform. This gives a wide range of analytics and tools for development and a complete set of enterprise APIs driven by real-time and historical social data and hosted methods [Read More…]
Playing games on your phone can be a rather fun, especially for titles which are casual in nature. Tapping the screen, swiping, and other basic mechanics are excellent for touch displays. But, what happens when your game is more involved and requires dexterity and/or a series of buttons presses? Today’s Deal of the Day is
Sprint’s pre-paid subsidiary, Virgin Mobile hasn’t been doing too well lately. Sprint saw a net loss of up to 427,000 pre-paid customers in Q3 of last year, so the carrier was plotting a grand relaunching of its Virgin brand sometime for late 2016, which eventually got postponed. Now in 2017, Virgin Mobile is looking to
Motorola teases a new phone to launch at MWC.
Motorola is set to launch a new phone in Barcelona next month prior to the start of Mobile World Congress.
The annual show has become a traditional venue for manufacturers to launch phones for the European market, but many of them end up in North America and beyond.
Motorola is holding its event at 4:30pm on February 26, and while it’s unclear what the Lenovo subsidiary is launching [Read More…]
As you know, a Virtual Private Network is a secure network that allows you to access networks and the internet as safely as possible with a few performance enhancements such as geographic flexibility or surpassing bandwidth restrictions. What you may not know is that VPN is now available at the best VPN providers for most
If you’re reading this in the Northern Hemisphere, it’s winter time! You’re probably huddled under your blanket with some hot cocoa and a warm laptop, trying to fend off Jack Frost in all his guises. But the sad reality is you’re going to have to head outside sometime soon, for work or school or a snowball fight with the darned neighbor kids. You’re not going to leave your tech behind when you go out, right? That laptop could probably [Read More…]