Report: Twitter Internally Debates Selling Off to Google, Salesforce, or Verizon

According to reports this morning, Twitter may be looking to sell itself off before year’s end. Possible buyers have already been named, with three large companies reportedly leading the pack of potential suitors. The first two companies are Google and Salesforce, with a separate report claiming Verizon is even in the mix to acquire Twitter.  (more…)

The Uncertain is a 3D Adventure Game in a Post-Apocalyptic Setting

The Uncertain, published for SHIELD Android TV owners, is available on Google Play priced at $14.99. In this game, which has quite the story to it, you play as an Engineering Robot who seems quite curious about the human race that has been extinct for quite some time.

On Earth now, a race of robots live in complete harmony, not ruled by war, and remain completely logical in all aspects of robotic life. Better said by the game’s description, “Imagine that you have to make a moral choice in a world with no such term as morality. Every decision made here is a set of zeros and ones, and sometimes it has nothing to do with common sense.” (more…)

Chromecast Preview Program Update Rolling Out, Just Bug Fixes

If you happen to be signed up for the Chromecast Preview Program, the one we first detailed earlier this month, it appears that its first update (version 1.21.72444) is now rolling out. Inside, Google says it is just a bit of bug fixes and stability improvements for the Chromecast (1st Gen) and Chromecast Audio. That’s nothing too fancy, but always welcomed. (more…)

Yahoo Confirms Massive Data Breach, At Least 500 Million Affected

Yahoo confirmed this afternoon that user information, such as names, email addresses, birth dates, and even unencrypted security questions & answers have been stolen. According to the announcement, the information for at least 500 million Yahoo users was stolen from the company’s network in late 2014 by what Yahoo is calling a “state-sponsored actor.” State sponsored simply means an individual or group of individuals acting on behalf of a government body.  (more…)

Question of the Day: It’s Finally Here, Thoughts on Allo?

After a long wait, since Google I/O in May to be exact, Allo has finally arrived. Since this morning’s release, there have been a few vocal folks who have expressed displeasure with it, while others seem to like it very much.

Well, that’s why we’re here, to find out your thoughts on the service, now that you’ve been using it for a solid day. Will you drop Messenger and get all of your friends and family to use Allo? Will you abandon Allo in fear of Google spying on you? There’s no wrong answer, we just want your opinion.

Let us have it.

Samsung Reportedly Testing Android 7.0 on Galaxy S7

According to the Samsung wizards at SamMobile, the company has officially entered the firmware testing phase for the Nougat update on the Galaxy S7. What does this mean for us? Sadly, not much, as the company has been hesitant on ever delivering any type of solidified timeframe for when customers can expect to see major updates. On the bright side, something is happening, and that’s never a bad thing. (more…)