Yearly Archives: 2018

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3 New Ways To Take A ScreenShot On Android Smartphones

Android is possibly the most popular Smartphone OS with more than 2 billion monthly active devices. There might be times when you are looking for how to take screenshots on Android smartphone? Here in this article, we are providing you with the best easiest ways to take a screenshot on […]

Google Search is testing ‘Learn To Pronounce’ feature in different speeds and accents

Google Search’s new feature will teach you how to pronounce words in different accents Over a period of time, Google Search has become a lifeline for many of us and the go-to-place to find answers for any kind of queries ranging from food, health, entertainment, weather, and much more. Not […]

Notifications from the Twitter app are easier on your battery

Push notifications are an important way to keep Twitter users informed about what’s happening. However, they can be a significant and often overlooked source of battery drain. For example: high priority notifications can wake a phone from Doze, and fetching data upon push notification delivery via the network can drain […]

10 Best Free Skype Alternatives For Windows/Android/iOS

Since its advent in 2003, Skype has become an industry standard when it comes to video calling on Windows PC. In addition to video calls, Skype is also a full-fledged messaging and voice calling application that is available for smartphones as well. Even after its immense popularity, Skype is still not the […]

Sony PlayStation Classic hacked to run games off a USB drive

Hackers crack Sony’s PlayStation Classic shortly after the release Last week, Sony released PlayStation Classic with 20 officially preinstalled games, which includes games such as Metal Gear Solid, Final Fantasy VII, Grand Theft Auto, and Resident Evil Director’s Cut. The list of games left out many countless classic games from the 90s leaving fans […]

New Keystore features keep your slice of Android Pie a little safer

Posted by Brian Claire Young and Shawn Willden, Android Security; and Frank Salim, Google Pay New Android Pie Keystore Features The Android Keystore provides application developers with a set of cryptographic tools that are designed to secure their users’ data. Keystore moves the cryptographic primitives available in software libraries out […]