Category: android

How To Connect Android Bluetooth to Windows 10

We’ve all experienced the need to share files or data from one device to another wirelessly. With advances in wavelength technology, the ultra-high frequency (UHF) band gave birth to Bluetooth. People use Bluetooth for exchanging data wirelessly between fixed and mobile devices over a short distance. Instead of cables, all it uses is a small radio chip […]
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Microsoft Launcher v6.2 with Landscape Mode now available to all

After a long period in Preview, today Microsoft announced the rollout of Microsoft Launcher v6.2 to general Public. Microsoft Launcher v6 is built on a new codebase allowing Microsoft to bring multiple new features such as Personalized News, Landscape mode, Customizable App Icons, Bing-Supported Wallpaper, Dark Theme, and numerous performance improvements like speed to load, […]
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Adding Emergency Contact Information on Android Phone

Many people do not like to envision themselves in an emergency, but they inevitably happen. Not that an emergency is ever convenient, but some are more inconvenient than others. In these cases, you won’t always be able to rely on your workplace or doctor calling your emergency contact for you. Sometimes, you yourself won’t even […]
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Avast launches new privacy-centric mobile browser

Avast launches new privacy-centric mobile browser

Avast recently released an Android version of Avast Secure Browser. The browser extends its platform support beyond Windows and Mac to mobile. The multi-platform browser is part of Avast’s ongoing focus to converge security and privacy services to enable a safer, more private and faster-browsing experience across devices and operating systems. The Avast Secure Browser […]
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15 MIUI Settings You Should Change Right Now

15 MIUI Settings You Should Change Right Now

With the release of MIUI 11, Xiaomi has taken great effort in segregating the crammed MIUI settings page into a clean and categorized form. However, there are some MIUI settings that are still hidden from users’ plain sight. Apart from that, some useful settings are disabled by default, that we think, should be used more […]
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Analysis shows over the last decade Windows 10 had fewer vulnerabilities than Linux, Mac OS X and Android

Analysis shows over the last decade Windows 10 had fewer vulnerabilities than Linux, Mac OS X and Android

An analysis of the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s National Vulnerability Database has shown that, if the number of vulnerabilities is any indication of exploitability, Windows 10 appears to be a lot safer than Android, Mac OS or Linux. Over the last decade, Debian Linux had 3067 technical vulnerabilities, which they defined as “a […]
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Project Sandcastle allows iPhone 7 users to install Android

Project Sandcastle allows iPhone 7 users to install Android

Cybersecurity startup Corellium has just launched an interesting product in the market. This new product is called Project Sandcastle and it allows iPhone users install Android on their device. As per the information, this is not the first time that one has installed Android on an iPhone. The co-founder of the company David Wang started […]
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