Google today announced that it’s introducing an improved Google Account experience for Android devices. The new experience brings features that will enable users to more easily navigate their account and configure the more prominent security and privacy options. They will find detailed summaries of relevant information associated with their account.
Read full post →Google Revamps Account Safety On Android

Amazon’s Prime Exclusive lineup offers handsets at a slight discount compared to their normal price. The lineup is only available to members of the company’s Prime program and they previously had to put up with lockscreen ads in exchange for the discount. That’s no longer the case but Amazon does pre-install some of its apps on these devices now, including Alexa. The company has confirmed that the Moto G6 Play and Moto Z3 Play are now part of its Prime Exclusive lineup.
Read full post →Amazon Adds Moto G6 Play And Z3 Play To Discounted Lineup

Facebook has been hard at work over the past year and a half to combat the fake news problem on its platform. It’s fighting misinformation through a combination of human review and technology. The world’s largest social network has removed fake accounts and has also teamed up with fact-checkers as part of this effort. Acknowledging that this effort will never be finished and that it still has a lot more to do, Facebook today announced that it’s expanding its fight against fake news to 14 new countries.
Read full post →Facebook Takes Fight Against Fake News To More Countries

It was first reported several months ago that Devil May Cry 5 may be announced officially in the not too distant future. Those reports turned out to be true when Devil May Cry 5 was officially announced at E3 2018 earlier this month. A confirmed release date has not yet been provided but Capcom is aiming for a release before March 2019. A new report claims that Devil May Cry 5 development is now 75 percent complete.
Read full post →Devil May Cry 5 Development Reportedly 75% Complete

AT&T already has a standalone online TV streaming service called DirecTV and today it’s launching another one merely days after completing its acquisition of Time Warner. The new service is called WatchTV and it has been launched at an aggressive price point of $15 per month. The service comes with 31 channels at launch and will get 6 networks from Viacom in the near future, according to AT&T.
Read full post →AT&T’s New WatchTV Streaming Service Costs $15 Per Month

Google demonstrated a new feature at I/O in May this year called continued conversation which has been developed to make conversations with Google Assistant-powered devices like the Google Home, Home Mini, and Home Max more natural. The feature lets users follow-up a question they have asked Assistant with another action. Google has now started rolling out continued conversation for the aforementioned devices.
Read full post →Continued Conversation Going Live For Google Home

Intel has confirmed today that the company’s CEO Brian Krzanich has resigned effective immediately. The move comes after an ongoing investigation by internal and external counsel which confirmed that Krzanich violated Intel’s non-fraternization policy which applies to all managers.
Read full post →Intel CEO Brian Krzanich Resigns After Policy Violation

TCL’s BlackBerry Mobile division recently launched its latest smartphone, the BlackBerry Key2. It’s the successor to the KeyOne which was released last year. The company today confirmed the BlackBerry Key 2 price and release date information for customers in the United States. It’s going to release the device in the country starting next month. The device will be available off-contract from Amazon and Best Buy.
Read full post →BlackBerry Key2 US Price And Release Date Confirmed

Xiaomi is one of the few Android manufacturers that’s rapidly expanding its market share in key markets across the globe. It has also set the wheels in motion for its much-awaited IPO that’s expected to value the company at around $70 billion. U.S. chipmaker Qualcomm wants a stake in this company and it sees the IPO as an opportunity to get a piece of Xiaomi. According to a report, Qualcomm is the only foreign cornerstone investor in Xiaomi after the latter secured a $100 million investment from Qualcomm for its IPO.
Read full post →Qualcomm Wants A Stake In Xiaomi

One of the perks of living in a developed country is that when it comes to the internet infrastructure, it is widely available, fast, and for the most part reliable. However there are some countries in the world where fast and stable internet is something of a luxury, but the good news is that Google is here to help. Read full post →Google Chrome On Android Can Now Download Articles For Offline Viewing