Tag Archive: Moves


Facebook Messenger adds safety alerts as it moves towards full encryption

Facebook is making using Messenger on Android and iOS safer.

What you need to know Facebook is making Messenger more secure with safety alerts. It’ll also alert minors when talking to strangers who are over-18, as well as automatically ban adults who have inappropriate conversations with children. The company confirms that these safety features would work with full encryption when it rolls that out later.

Facebook is rolling out safety alerts fo Messenger on both iOS and  [Read More…]

Following new Huawei attack, China mulling moves against Apple and Qualcomm

The Chinese government is considering both restrictions on, and investigations against, U.S. companies operating in China.

What you need to know China is mulling over retaliatory measures against the U.S., following its move to cut off Huawei’s access to crucial semiconductor suppliers. Reports suggest it’s considering launching investigations against U.S. companies. Apple, Boeing, Cisco, and Qualcomm have all been named as potential targets.

The trade war between the U.S. and China may be slated to become far  [Read More…]

Zoom moves to assuage security and encryption woes with Keybase acquisition

The video conferencing app’s sudden success has been accompanied by increasing concern about its security standards.

What you need to know Zoom CEO Eric Yuan this Thursday announced that his company was acquiring Keybase. The latter is a cybersecurity startup with an expertise in encryption. The goal of the acquisition is to help Zoom implement end-to-end encryption in its own platform.

Zoom’s unprecedented growth spurt as a result of the ongoing pandemic hasn’t been without its challenges,  [Read More…]

Craigslist moves into the 21st century, launches a very basic Android app

iOS and Android both get an app.

What you need to know There’s now an official app for Craigslist. The iOS app has already been launched, while the Android app is in beta testing. It has a clean and minimal design that mimics the website.

Craigslist has been a staple of the internet for years now but unfortunately lacked an official app for mobile platforms. That’s changing starting this week, as the company officially flighted an app  [Read More…]

Google moves Duo buttons downs and gives us fun Scooby-doo effects

Google Duo is testing a bottom bar navigation style for its video calling app and adding some fun new effects.

What you need to know The change appears to be a server-side switch for app version 67. The current layout has the navigation buttons and options on the left side of the screen. Scooby-doo is getting three new effects in Duo to help promote the upcoming 2020 movie.

The possibly underused but well-liked video calling app from  [Read More…]

Stadia will perform better than consoles by predicting players’ moves

Google is using machine learning to create “negative latency.”

What you need to know VP of engineering Madj Baker expects Stadia to outperform local gaming systems in ‘a year or two.’ This would be accomplished by making use of Google’s machine learning technology to create ‘negative latency.’ In order to do this Google will attempt to buffer gameplay and even predict what buttons a player will press next.

Back when Google was testing out Stadia under the  [Read More…]

How to learn new moves in Pokémon Masters

Even though Pokémon Masters isn’t a standard Pokémon RPG, there are plenty of stats to level up on your Sync Pairs. New moves are essential in the game as your enemies get very powerful very quickly, and your Sync Pairs will need to respond. Here’s what you need to know about learning new moves.

How to learn new moves Open Pokémon Masters on your phone.

From the home screen select team in the bottom right corner.

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Make the most of Trainer Moves in Pokémon Masters

Pokémon Masters is a new mobile game that puts a bigger emphasis on Sync Pairs, which represent the strong bond between a Pokémon and its trainer. The game is set on the island of Pasio where Pokémon Trainers have congregated to compete in the Pokémon Masters League tournament.

Learning how to most effectively use Trainer Moves is crucial if you intend to become the Pokémon Masters League champion.

One of the coolest aspects of the game is the  [Read More…]

All the new weapon moves and updates in Monster Hunter World: Iceborne

There’s tons of new moves for the different weapons in Monster Hunter World: Iceborne and we list them all here

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne is coming up fast and more kinds of beasts to hunt means more of an arsenal to choose from and more tactics to employ in combat. So, we’ve compiled a list of every new weapon move in Monster Hunter World: Iceborne that Hunters will be able to use. Whether you prefer to lay  [Read More…]

Chrome’s WebVR moves to Google Cardboard at the new WebVR Experiments site

Now almost every Android phone can experience VR on Chrome through Google’s new WebVR Experiments site.

Previously available for Google Daydream View headsets and the phones that power them, Google has followed up on the promise to expand the VR experience in Chrome, and in typical Google style they kicked off an entirely new website. At WebVR Experiments you’ll find content for both Google Daydream and Cardboard, Android VR experiments, A.I. experiments and even what they call Art and  [Read More…]