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Remotely lock a child’s tablet or phone using DinnerTime app

Remotely lock a child’s tablet or phone using DinnerTime app

By 9 June 2014

Meal times can often turn into a refuelling mission for the family while everyone focuses on their gadgets and not each other. The DinnerTime app was built to fix that issue and help families spend more time together by allowing parent's to lock their... >>

Android might soon add Bump and iBeacon-like feature called Nearby

Android might soon add Bump and iBeacon-like feature called Nearby

By 7 June 2014

Google might soon put that Bump app it bought to use finally, with a new feature called Nearby, it's claimed. Android Police has reported that Nearby will soon roll out to Android device owners in an upcoming Google Play Services update. Nearby will allegedly... >>

Aereo for Android adds Chromecast support in US, bringing live TV to Google's dongle

Aereo for Android adds Chromecast support in US, bringing live TV to Google's dongle

By 5 June 2014

You can now use Chromecast to watch live broadcast television. No standard cable subscription or set-top box required. You just need Aereo. Aereo, which is limited to consumers in the US, announced in April that it would be Google Cast Ready on 29 May.... >>

What's new in the Android 4.4.3 KitKat update?

What's new in the Android 4.4.3 KitKat update?

By 4 June 2014

Google has started to push an over the air update to Android that is a minor patch but offers a couple of user interface tweaks. It has reportedly started to hit Google Nexus 5 devices, as well as phones that feature a raw Android 4.4 experience, including... >>

Cat has launched the world’s first globally available rugged KitKat toughphone, the B15Q

Cat has launched the world’s first globally available rugged KitKat toughphone, the B15Q

By 3 June 2014

Cat, better known for making diggers, has unveiled its latest B15Q tough phone as the world's first globally available rugged KitKat smartphone. The Cat B15Q is a seriously tough phone made for pretty much any situation. Before having a really strong... >>

Spotify urges Android users to upgrade app after security breach

Spotify urges Android users to upgrade app after security breach

By 27 May 2014

A security breach at Spotify has prompted the music streaming company to warn its Android app users. It will be gradually informing them to upgrade to a new version of the application after a hacker managed to access data. The unauthorised access was... >>

Not getting texts after switching from iPhone to Android? Here's how to fix the iMessage bug

Not getting texts after switching from iPhone to Android? Here's how to fix the iMessage bug

By 19 May 2014

Apple is being sued by former iPhone user Adrienne Moore who has switched to a Samsung Android phone and has since suffered from the dreaded iMessage bug that prevents her new phone from receiving text messages sent from friends. The bug has been known... >>

Titanfall Companion App for iOS, Android and Windows Phone out now

Titanfall Companion App for iOS, Android and Windows Phone out now

By 16 May 2014

The Titanfall Companion app is here on multiple platforms to help enhance the already awesome gaming experience. The app can offer gameplay tips while also giving deeper information about the Titanfall world. A clever idea for a game that is otherwise... >>

Watch Columbia University's Cider project run iOS apps on Android

Watch Columbia University's Cider project run iOS apps on Android

By 16 May 2014

Columbia University has created something that's great for Android device owners but a nightmare for Apple. Most iPhone and iPad apps are available for Android devices. But there are a few stragglers whose bias developers have yet to launch an Android... >>

Twitter unveils Mute feature: Here's how to hide chatty users from your timeline

Twitter unveils Mute feature: Here's how to hide chatty users from your timeline

By 12 May 2014

If you're an active user on Twitter, you probably follow at least a few people who annoyingly tweet about 500 times daily. Now you can silence them - with a new account feature called Mute. Twitter has introduced Mute as a way to give you "even more control... >>