Archive for category Mobility

Unlimited Mobile Cell Phone News and Reviews

  • Some Google Pixel 3 users claim their photos aren’t saving
    If you're having issues with your Google Pixel phone not saving photos, you're not alone. According to reports on Reddit and Google's own forums, some owners of Google Pixel 3, 3XL, 2 and 2XL models — and potentially other Android phones as well –…
  • Chrome 70 brings picture-in-picture mode to desktop
    Get ready for productivity to plummet around your office. Chrome 70, the latest version of Google's browser, enables a picture-in-picture feature that will let you keep videos in a floating window that will follow you around — though it will require…
  • US intelligence chief says 'no evidence' of Chinese spy chips
    Dan Coats, the US director of national intelligence, said there's "no evidence" that Chinese spies tampered with servers bought by up to 30 companies, including the likes of Apple and a telecom provider, as Bloomberg reported earlier this month. Howe…
  • Fake news is down on Facebook in the US and France, say three studies
    Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook have not had a great year. From being called in front of Congress to getting lashed by the media for its appalling handling of user data, the pressure has been on the social media site to get things right. Even calls for…

No Comments

Unlimited Mobile Cell Phone News and Reviews

  • The Senate is considering extending EV tax credits
    As US senate majority leader Mitch McConnell debates making cuts to social security and medicare, Senator Dean Heller (R) of Nevada is hoping to keep electric car sales zipping forward with a new bill that would extend tax credits until 2022.
  • Uber will make more personalized ride recommendations
    Uber's app is getting a little smarter. TechCrunch reports that the company will begin making more personalized ride recommendations that take into account the length of your trip, your destination and your previous ride history. Ultimately, the goal…
  • MIT finds a smarter way to fight Spectre-style CPU attacks
    Many companies have developed patches to mitigate Meltdown- and Spectre-like speculative memory attacks. However, they can come with compromises: they can leave major gaps and still slow down your system. MIT researchers may have a better way. They'v…
  • Google Maps ETA sharing comes to iOS, third-party apps
    The overhaul of Google Maps is continuing, this time with ETA sharing. After first introducing the feature in 2017, Google is giving users the ability to share their location and route in real-time with others on both Android and iOS devices—an…

No Comments

Unlimited Mobile Cell Phone News and Reviews

  • Hyperloop One says Missouri route is economically viable
    Virgin Hyperloop One has announced the results of a feasibility study on a planned route connecting Kansas City, Columbia and St. Louis. The study, which has yet to be published in full, purports that the route between the three cities is commerciall…
  • Hulu's night mode comes to the web
    Hulu has added a night mode to its website. The feature went live today at 12:30 PM EST, and is limited to watching video in their computer's web browser. The night mode update, which changes the background of Hulu's site from white to black, comes o…
  • 'The Stanley Parable' rewards you for not playing in five years
    If you played The Stanley Parable when it came out on October 17th, 2013, and haven't picked it up since, you have just unlocked a brand new achievement. Today is the first day — five years after the launch of the game — that the "Go Outside" achie…
  • You can win a limited edition Xbox One X, but only by eating Taco Bell
    Most gamers have had at least one Taco Bell-infused gaming session, but but Microsoft's latest promotion takes things to the extreme. Microsoft is teaming up with the fast food joint to give away limited edition Taco Bell-themed Xbox One X consoles t…

No Comments