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Google Voice Gets A Much Awaited Update

01/23/2017, A couple of weeks ago, Google revealed that they were planning on giving its Google Voice service an upgrade. The good news is that if you’ve been anticipating this update, Google has announced that the update to Google Voice is finally here and that...

Chromebooks Launched In 2017 Onwards Will Support Android Apps

01/23/2017, The idea of Chromebooks running Android apps isn’t new, and in fact last year a few OEMs started to include support for it in their devices. It’s not much but we guess it’s a start, although the good news is that starting in 2017 and onwards, all...

Microsoft Spamming Chrome Users With A Windows Shopping Ad

01/20/2017, In an ideal world, Microsoft would only allow Windows users to use Windows-based products, such as the Microsoft Office suite or Internet Explorer/Edge. However that is not the world we live in which is why many users have opted for alternative products,...

Samsung Launches An App To Help The Colorblind

01/20/2017, For those who are colorblind, they see the world differently than the rest of us. For example certain colors show up as different colors, which can be dangerous if you’re trying to identify medicine, food, or traffic lights. Not only is this dangerous,...

No Video Apps For The Nintendo Switch At Launch

01/19/2017, As far as we can tell, the Nintendo Switch will be launched with a couple of games: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, 1-2 Switch which is a game designed to show off the Switch’s capabilities, kind of like how Wii Sports was used to demonstrate...

Popular Photo App Meitu Is Asking For Very Strange Permissions

01/19/2017, If you’re starting to see your friends post bizarre photos onto Facebook or Twitter where they look like they’ve been given a makeover, there’s a good chance that they are using a new photo app called Meitu which seems to be giving users anime-like...

Google To Shut Down Legacy Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides Mobile Apps

01/19/2017, There are many reasons why people still run older builds of software. It could be that the update has changed the software in a way that they do not like, or it is possible that their devices can’t support the newer builds, or in some cases maybe some...

Minecraft Will No Longer Be Supported On Windows Phone

01/19/2017, While Microsoft might not have bowed out completely of the smartphone market, it’s pretty clear that the company’s focus on smartphones is no longer what it used to be. This is why it doesn’t really come as a surprise to learn that developers are...

Waze Now Lets Users Browse Places By Category

01/19/2017, Waze is a great app if you’re looking to navigate your way to somewhere unfamiliar, or if you just want to avoid traffic in general. However just like Google Maps, users will be able to search for locations in broad terms, like street names, or building...

Nintendo Switch’s Smartphone App Will Be Used To Matchmake Games

01/18/2017, With the Nintendo Switch, the company is certainly changing the way they do certain things. For starters the console will have a new paid online service that will be a first for the company, and it seems that there will also be an accompanying smartphone...

Super Mario Run For Android Set For A March Release

01/18/2017, While Super Mario Run might have been an iOS exclusive at the start, Nintendo did state that they would eventually bring the game onto Android, although they did not say when. The good news is that you no longer have to wonder about that because Nintendo...

Netflix Can Now Be Played Directly In Apple’s TV App (Sort Of)

01/18/2017, Last year Apple announced a new TV app which for those unfamiliar, is basically meant to act as a hub for all your TV shows and movies from the various services that are available. However there were some services missing from the TV app, and most notable...

Cortana On Android Drops Support For Microsoft Band 2

01/18/2017, It hasn’t been a year since Microsoft added support for its Band 2 wearable to Cortana for Android. The company has now decided that there’s no reason to keep it around anymore so it has decided to drop support for the Band 2 wearable from...