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DVR hub for Xbox puts your console captures on your Android phone

The Xbox app for Android doesn’t let you do this. Enter a third-party developer.

One key feature the Windows 10 Mobile Xbox app has over both the iOS and Android versions is that you can not only view but also download your console captures from the cloud. Once uploaded to Xbox Live, just as you can on the PC app, the Windows 10 Mobile app allows you to get hold of them for sharing and editing as  [Read More…]

The Google Play Store puts a ban on cryptocurrency apps, along with many others

Google has started banning any apps that have anything to do with the process of cryptocurrency mining from the Play Store. The search giant regularly updates it policies regarding which apps are allowed in the Store.

This week Google changed the guidelines yet again. This can be seen in the July update to Google’s Developer Policy Center. The decision appears to be an extension of a previous ruling. This saw all extensions associated with cryptocurrency mining removed from the Chrome  [Read More…]

The Google Play Store puts a ban on cryptocurrency apps, along with many others

Google has started banning any apps that have anything to do with the process of cryptocurrency mining from the Play Store. The search giant regularly updates it policies regarding which apps are allowed in the Store.

This week Google changed the guidelines yet again. This can be seen in the July update to Google’s Developer Policy Center. The decision appears to be an extension of a previous ruling. This saw all extensions associated with cryptocurrency mining removed from the Chrome  [Read More…]

The Arrow smartwatch puts a 360 rotating HD camera on your wrist

Smartwatch manufacturers are still having a hard time attracting customers towards the niche, but some still believe a market for intelligent timepieces exists. It’s the case of Lost Angeles-based startup Arrow which has successfully funded a smartwatch on Indiegogo. The product is called the Arrow smartwatch and interestingly, comes including a 360 rotating HD camera. […]

Montblanc’s first smartwatch puts an emphasis on looks, not functionality

A few days ago we brought you word about Tag Heuer’s new modular Android Wear 2.0 smartwatch. Well it seems that the smartwatch market is slowly attracting more and more luxury watch makers. It’s the case of Montblanc. The German company just unveiled the Summit smartwatch and as it would be expected from a brand […]

Honor Magic hands-on: Huawei puts its design prowess on display

This hardware is exciting, and you aren’t going to see it outside of China.

Honor launched the sleek new Honor Magic in China just a few weeks ago, and though there are no plans for it to arrive in North America we had an opportunity to look at this really interesting phone at CES 2017.

The Magic is a completely separate device than the rest of the range of recent Honor releases, and that’s immediately clear when  [Read More…]

Wynn Las Vegas puts an Amazon Echo in every hotel room

A tough of artificial intelligence is coming to your luxury room.

The Wynn and Encore hotels in Las Vegas, known as some of the most luxurious in the city, are getting a technology upgrade this month when they install an Amazon Echo in every single hotel room across the two properties. That’s a total of 4748 Echos, which will enable voice control of various actions in the hotel room.

Guests will be able to talk to their  [Read More…]

New “1600” augmented reality app puts a new spin on the White House

Want a taste of augmented reality, but you’re not into playing games like Pokemon Go? Well then why not take a virtual tour around the history rich White House? Yes, the Presidential mansion just got itself a personal AR app called “1600” – in reference to its physical address, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. All you need

VSCO’s upcoming redesign puts equal emphasis on creation and discovery

VSCO has announced some changes that will soon make their way to its popular app for Android. The app will feature an all-new design aimed at making it easier both to create and share photos, as well as find work from your friends and exclusive VSCO Original content.

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We’re excited to share that we’ll be rolling out a redesigned mobile app for iOS and Android, which focuses equally on both creating and discovering on the VSCO  [Read More…]

New Android flaw puts millions of users at risk

A recent flaw found in Qualcomm chips put users at risk. The vulnerability makes it possible for malicious attackers to steal user text messages and call history. “Recent” is relatively speaking, since the flaw was found by researchers from FireEye and patched by Qualcomm in March. But since the vulnerability was first accidentally introduced five