NextVR Android app pulled from Google Play hours after Apple confirms acquisition
About a month after our colleagues at 9to5Mac reported that Apple had acquired NextVR, Apple confirmed the news just yesterday. Within hours of that public confirmation, NextVR’s Android app was quickly pulled from the Google Play Store.
Mobile World Congress 2020 has been cancelled over coronavirus concerns
After several of the largest companies exhibiting at the show pulled out over the last week due to concerns over the coronavirus epidemic, GSMA has now announced that Mobile World Congress 2020 is officially cancelled…
November 26, 2019
Disney+ update adds ‘Continue Watching’ section, rolling out now
Disney+ just launched earlier this month with tons of great content, but the platform has been missing a basic feature since launch day. Unlike Netflix, Hulu, and basically all of its competitors, Disney+ had no “Continue Watching” section. Now, that’s being added.
November 25, 2019
Huawei’s latest tablet is an iPad Pro clone w/ Android 10, no Google apps
Huawei is still in a sticky situation with the US, but that’s not stopping the company from debuting new products. Today, Huawei has launched its new MatePad Pro flagship tablet which is basically an iPad Pro clone.
November 1, 2019
Google buys Fitbit for $2.1 billion with ‘opportunity to invest even more in Wear OS’
After reports last week, Google has confirmed this morning that it will acquire Fitbit for the sum of $2.1 billion…
June 4, 2019
Spotify Stations app w/ personalized radios arrives on Android and iOS
Last year Spotify was experimenting with a new app called Stations for streaming music with personalized radios. Now, after being exclusive to Australia for quite some time, the Spotify Stations app has launched in the United States on both Android and iOS.
April 22, 2019
[Update: Official statement] Samsung delays Galaxy Fold launch until ‘at least next month’
According to the Wall Street Journal today, Samsung is officially delaying the Galaxy Fold launch in the US until further notice following some major display issues that popped up last week. Yikes.
April 17, 2019
Samsung Galaxy Fold display issues emerge just 48 hours after first outing
On Monday, Samsung officially let the press handle the Galaxy Fold after it was shown off in a tightly controlled demo in February. Just two days later, the first review units are encountering multiple issues all focused on the foldable display.
April 10, 2019
February 7, 2019
Google Chrome dark mode on Windows 10 and macOS respects system-wide setting w/ latest Canary release
Dark mode has slowly been making its way to various Google services and will be a big highlight of the upcoming Android Q release. Over the past couple months, though, we’ve been tracking a dark mode in Google Chrome on both macOS and Windows 10. Now, that feature respects the system-wide dark mode on both platforms.
January 14, 2019
YouTube adds new swipe gestures to navigate through video history, rolling out to iOS this week
As more YouTube viewers hit mobile devices, the platform is testing new features to improve the experience on smartphones and tablets. This week, YouTube is launching a new set of swipe gestures for its mobile app to better navigate video history.
November 13, 2018
Moment Tele 58mm lens adds up to 4x optical zoom, increased bokeh, optimized for Pixel, Galaxy, iPhone
Smartphone cameras are getting insanely good, especially in the case of Google’s Pixel lineup and Apple’s latest iPhones. Moment has made some excellent lenses to produce even better shots out of your phone, and today the company is launching the new Moment Tele 58mm lens.
November 1, 2018
Hands-on: Apple’s new USB-C headphone adapter is your cheapest option for analog audio on Pixel
Earlier this week, Apple made a move that many expected wouldn’t happen — the iPad adopted USB-C. That aligns it with much of the industry, including most Android makers, but at the same time, the tablet also dropped its 3.5mm headphone jack. That led to an Apple USB-C to 3.5mm headphone jack adapter, and it’s currently the best one you can get for an Android device.
October 4, 2018
How to add Apple Music, Spotify, to Google Maps on iPhone
Google Maps revealed a handy new Commute tab earlier this month, and alongside it, the app also debuted native music controls for a handful of popular services. Here’s how to add Apple Music to Google Maps along with Spotify.
Google Maps now rolling out ‘Commute’ tab and music playback controls
Earlier this week Google announced that one of its most popular services, Google Maps, was going to get some big new features. Today, those features are starting to roll out to users. The Google Maps Commute tab and native music integration are starting to go live.
October 1, 2018
Google Maps adds ‘Commute’ tab w/ live traffic info, Spotify, Apple Music integration
Google Maps is probably one of the company’s most-used and more-adored products, and it’s always getting updated to try and improve things for the better. Today, Google is announcing a slew of new features for Maps users including a new “Commute” tab.
September 13, 2018
Spotify raises download limit to 10,000 songs on up to five devices at a time
Apple Music has been in a battle with Spotify for months now with both companies trying to one-up each other. Today, Spotify is adjusting its annoying download limit to let users store a lot more music for offline listening.
June 14, 2018
‘ARK: Survival Evolved’ dinosaur survival game launches on iOS, free to play [Video]
It’s legitimately incredible what developers have been able to create when it comes to games for mobile platforms. Today, hit PC/console game ARK Survival Evolved has arrived on iOS, and it’s free to play.
March 15, 2018
Google Maps adds ‘wheelchair accessible’ routes’ for improved mobility [Video]
Few will argue if you tell them Google Maps is the best navigation service, and it’s continually getting better all the time. Today, Google is bringing a new feature to Maps to improve its functionality for wheelchair users.
March 9, 2018
Google teases March 10th ‘Mario Day’ event on Maps as it starts popping up for some users
Google Maps often ties in with pop culture for special events or easter eggs, and apparently, there’s another one on the way.