iOS 10.2 Beta 6 is Now Out for Testers – Here’s What’s New

Last Friday, Apple pretty much surprised everyone with the fifth beta of iOS 10.2 becoming available. There wasn’t much to discuss in this department except the fact that it was the second beta released for that specific update during the same week. Now, Apple’s back at it again with the Continue Reading


Blu is Getting Rid of Data-Stealing Malware via an OTA Update

Florida-based budget Android phone maker Blu says it is updating phones infected with user data-stealing malware. Kryptowire first reported a month ago that phones had this malware loaded onto them. The issue was a pre-installed service on the phones that monitored communications from the users, even occasionally sending text messages Continue Reading

‘OK Google’ Detection Now Rolling Out to Android Auto Users

One of the biggest conveniences of modern technologies is voice control. From Siri to Cortana to the Google Assistant, many companies have built their own interpretation of a voice assistant to make using devices ranging from a smartphone to a smart home appliance as simple and seamless as possible without Continue Reading

Verizon Begins Rollout of Android Nougat to LG G5

The LG G5 is no stranger to Android Nougat. It’s already being received by customers on Sprint, T-Mobile, and even those in Korea. Now, the update is becoming even more widely available thanks to Verizon as Android 7.0 is currently rolling out to G5 owners on the carrier’s network. Verizon Continue Reading

Apple is Reportedly Using Drones to Become Better Than Google Maps

Apple is reportedly planning to expand their reach in the electronic maps industry by beginning to use drones to explore. The company appears to be trying to grow to the level of Google Maps, which still is its main rival. Reports from Bloomberg News say that Apple has been constructing Continue Reading

‘Gooligan’ Malware Discovered to Be on Over 1M Android Devices – Here’s What You Need to Know

New malware software has been found on over 1 million Android devices around the world. This is following a report from the security firm Check Point. The malware dubbed “Googlian” first appeared in August, according to the report. The malware is spreading at 13,000 devices per day. It spreads trough Continue Reading

tvOS 10.1 Beta 4 Now Available for Developers

Following Monday’s releases of iOS 10.2 beta 4, macOS Sierra 10.12.2 beta 4, and watchOS 3.1.1 beta 4, Apple today began rolling tvOS 10.1 beta 4 for developers to try out on the fourth-generation Apple TV. This comes two weeks after the third build of the future OS upgrade for the Continue Reading

Google Play Store Receiving All-New Card Design

Multiple Android users are now reporting a fresh card design appearing inside the Google Play Store that lists different applications available for download inside swipeable cards. The below video demonstrates the functionality in greater detail. While it appears this is a server-side test, the new UI inside the Play Store seems Continue Reading

Netflix Now Lets Users Download Content for Offline Playback

For some time now, competitors like Amazon Prime Video have allowed their users to download content to their devices for offline playback in low or no internet connection locations such as airplanes, subways, and car rides. However, Netflix, one of the most popular entertainment streaming platforms on planet Earth, have Continue Reading

Sony’s Xperia X Performance Now Receiving Android Nougat

Multiple users are reporting to XperiaBlog that Android Nougat is now hitting the Sony Xperia X Performance. This comes the same week as the LG G5 begins receiving v7.0 of Google’s mobile OS on T-Mobile. As of now, only select regions appear to be receiving the update, however it is Continue Reading

Facebook Instant Games Brings an Arcade to Messenger

Facebook really wants users to keep using their platform, and their latest motive to keep people locked is a rather interesting one. The company today is introducing Instant Games in a closed beta, a feature that brings (as of today) 17 games to both Messenger and your Facebook News Feed that Continue Reading

LG G5 Now Receiving Android Nougat on T-Mobile

Today’s a good day if you own an LG G5 on T-Mobile, as multiple owners of the handset on the network are reporting Android Nougat is currently hitting their devices. This comes just over a week after the new software began hitting the G5 over on Sprint. While T-Mobile hasn’t Continue Reading

macOS Sierra 10.12.2 Beta 4 Includes 4 New Wallpapers from MacBook Pro, Download Here

Discovered in the latest beta of macOS Sierra 10.12.2 are four new wallpapers featured in marketing images for the 2016 MacBook Pro lineup. This includes three “Color Bursts” and one titled “Abstract Shapes”. You may have seen some of these wallpapers before, and that’s because the Color Bursts have been featured Continue Reading