Tag Archive: Provides

Diablo IV’s first quarterly update provides UI design insight and more

The first quarterly update of several updates to come shares some interesting details.

What you need to know Blizzard Entertainment is bringing a series of quarterly updates for Diablo IV. In the February 2020 quarterly update, Blizzard developers talk about the UI design and controller support. An enemy faction, the Cannibals, are also detailed.

Diablo IV is still a ways off from release and Blizzard Entertainment has begun to share quarterly updates on the development and design  [Read More…]

RhinoShield’s Impact Skin provides real protection for your Galaxy Note 10

That Samsung Galaxy Note 10 you carry in your pocket holds the keys to your entire life. It’s a mighty mini-computer that gives you instant access to the internet, helps you find your way from one location to another, video chat your parents, store all the addresses and phone numbers of every person you’ve ever met, and perform a bazillion other tasks day in and day out.

Since your Note 10 is such an integral part of your  [Read More…]

The MXL Blizzard 990 provides impeccable audio quality

For serious audio enthusiasts.

I’m not as well-versed in microphones as some other people, but I know good audio quality when I hear it. That’s exactly what the MXL Blizzard 990 delivers. And unwanted noises are a thing of the past with this cardioid mic. This microphone is leagues above what you’d find connected to a headset, and it can go toe to toe — and come out the victor — with many of today’s most popular  [Read More…]

Google finally provides timeline for the Hangouts transition to Chat

G Suite customers now know when they need to move to Chat and Meet — the rest of us, not so much.

Following the kerfuffle around the “shutdown” of Hangouts late last year, Google now has a hard-set timeline for the transition from the old “classic” Hangouts (which we all know) to the new Hangouts Chat and Hangouts Meet products. At least, for those who use Hangouts in an enterprise capacity using Google’s paid G Suite service.  [Read More…]

Google Flight Search now provides amenity data through partnership with Routehappy

Making a decision on which flight to take is about to get a tad easier, as Google Flight Search results will soon display amenity information for each flight.

The new information is the result of a partnership between Google and Routehappy that will integrate flight amenity data, such as whether a flight has in-seat power, Wi-Fi, and ample legroom, into Google Flights results.

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BitTorrent Bleep is a P2P messenger that provides end-to-end encryption

BitTorrent is looking to make communications more secure with the launch of a new P2P service called Bleep. The service launched earlier this year in pre-alpha form for Windows users, and now BitTorrent is expanding the alpha program to Android users.

Small update for T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S5 provides ‘improvements’

Owners of the Samsung Galaxy S5 on T-Mobile’s network should be on the lookout for a new but small software update, which should offer some performance improvements.

Motorola provides an update on proposed merger with Google


Google shocked the tech world last year when they announced that they would acquire Motorola Mobility for $ 12.5 billion. Shareholders already approved the deal and many in the industry assume it will go through, but there are still a few hurdles left to clear before it becomes official. Motorola provided an update on the progress in yesterday’s earnings report.

In order to be approved antitrust clearances, or waiting period expirations,  [Read More…]

ClockworkMod Tether provides Android users free USB tethering


I’ve personally had a big beef with carriers, specifically with their contradictory push towards faster mobile networks while providing significantly smaller amounts of data. With the next generation of cellular networks hitting up to 50mbps download speeds today, consumers can reach their 2GB data caps in as little as 5 minutes.

As if that weren’t bad enough, cellular networks have the gumption to tell us how we can and can’t use that data,  [Read More…]

Google provides a closer look at Android’s 10 billion app downloads

Android Market app facts

The Android Market’s 10 billionth app download has been a hot topic this week. We’ve been talking about all the apps that are on sale to celebrate and which developers are reaping the rewards, but we haven’t really had a chance to take a look at how it all happened. Like what’s the most popular type of app? When is the most popular time to  [Read More…]