Your daily selection of the hottest trending tech news! According to xda-developers Because Android is open source, it gives device makers the freedom to customize the software as they please. … Continue reading Google now blocks GApps on uncertified devices, but lets custom ROM users be whitelisted
PhysicsPedia is a easy to use app which will help you prepare for your physics exam whether you are in school or college. When using PhysicsPedia, you will find well-explained … Continue reading Introducing PhysicsPedia – This Android App Teaches You Physics.
Math students have a love-hate relationship with the funky, expensive TI-84 graphing calculators, but thanks to a new deal, they’ll soon get a free option. Starting this spring, pupils in … Continue reading Test-approved app could kill off the graphing calculator
Alexa, Amazon’s artificially intelligent assistant, is spreading like wildfire. It’s in robots, vacuum cleaners, and apps coded by the more than 10,000 developers with Alexa Voice Services. More conveniently, though, it’s … Continue reading How to use Amazon’s Alexa on the Huawei Mate 9
… Google Duo’s audio calling feature started rolling out at the end of last month to users in Brazil after the company confirmed the option would be coming way earlier … Continue reading Google Duo audio calling goes live worldwide
Pokémon Go is getting a whole lot bigger very soon. Today developer Niantic announced that 80 new pocket monsters are coming to the mobile game later this week. The new … Continue reading Pokémon Go is getting 80 new pokémon this week
Google currently has two launcher apps in the Play Store; Google Now Launcher and Pixel Launcher. In a few months, there will only be one. According to an email forwarded … Continue reading Google will discontinue Google Now Launcher in the coming weeks