Unlike Marshmallow, Google has introduced plenty of new features with Android 7.0 Nougat. While the key highlights of the OS have to be the redesigned notification shade, Direct Reply, and multi-window multitasking, the latest and sweetest version of Android also comes with many little useful additions and enhancements.
Security firm Zimperium reports that AirDroid, a popular app on the Google Play Store used for accessing and managing your Android device from the web browser on your PC, makes use of insecure communication channels that leaves its estimated 50 million user base vulnerable to Man-in-the-Middle attacks.
A day after Steve Kondik a.k.a Cyanogen expressed his opinions on Cyanogen Inc’s ex-CEO Kirt McMaster and his mismanagement of the company, Cyanogen Inc today announced in a blog post that the company has separated ties with the company’s co-founder.
Motorola has some of the most popular Android Wear-based smartwatches on the market, but it looks like it’s not enough to keep the line around.
Earlier this year, Google officially unveiled the Daydream View headset, which works with its Daydream virtual reality (VR) platform.
Motorola’s focus on Moto Mods hasn’t wavered, especially with a brand new Indiegogo campaign to bolster more attention.
With Android 7.0 Nougat finding its way onto more devices, Sony has officially announced its own rollout beginning now.
Netflix is finally putting an end to workarounds and is officially introducing offline playback feature for its mobile apps including the Android app for both mobile phones and tablets. So you’ll now be able to binge watch your favorite show during your long commute or when you’re on a vacation, far away from stable Wi-Fi. The feature isn’t available for every movie and TV show out there (Disney content is missing), but there’s still a lot to be consumed offline.
Back in May of this year, Nokia announced that it planned on making a triumphant return to the phone and tablet market.