Airdroid, the popular wireless phone-to-PC connection tool, might have some semi-serious security vulnerabilities at the moment that are worth you looking into if you use the service. Keep in mind, though, that a fix to correct them is said to be in the works, one that could be ready within 2 weeks. (more…)
After spending the past few weeks with Google Home running my home, the time has come for our review. Since this is one of those newish product categories, it wasn’t going to be fair to do this in less than 24 hours or even a week, because products like this aren’t smartphones. We all live with them differently, but also since we don’t use them constantly throughout a day like a smartphone, it’s impossible to know if your life needs one without thoroughly testing it for days on end. (more…)
Swiftkey announced this morning that themes in their Android and iOS keyboards are now all free. What does that mean for you? Only unlimited (over 100, in reality) theming madness, so themey your themes will be fighting with other themes over themes that those themes didn’t know were so themed. Themes, people. (more…)
Pebble, darling of Kickstarter and lover of e-paper, will be acquired by Fitbit, according to a report out of The Information. Fitbit responded by saying that they “don’t comment on rumors or speculation,” which was followed by a Tweet from Pebble this morning (now deleted) that included the shruggy emoji. I think it’s safe to assume that this deal is going down and will be announced before long. (more…)
Ready for Nougat on your OnePlus 3? OnePlus released an OxygenOS open beta of Android Nougat today for the device, so you can get in on this action right now. In fact, the file, details, and instructions are all available this very moment. What are you waiting for?
According to OnePlus, this should bring all of the Nougat fun you were hoping for, like new notification designs, multi-window, tweaked settings design, and direct replies within notifications. They also added status bar icon options, “quick launch for 3rd party applications,” and some new Shelf stuff. (more…)