We have a feeling today’s story will make some of you Comcast users happy. Those who have ESPN as part of their cable TV package will be happy to know that they can now use WatchESPN on Android. It’s always frustrating to know that you are not getting the most out of your cable TV subscriptions by being able to use mobile apps to watch your favorite content on the go (believe me, I know this all too well as a Time Warner Cable customer) so be sure to make no delay in getting the app from the Google Play Store.
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The latest social trend hitting Facebook is the #10Concerts game and although it may sound innocent enough, it could be putting your online security at risk.
more_vertEnd of life for Pixel and Nexus
One of the best things about owning a Pixel or Nexus device is that you get updates directly from Google. However, nothing last forever. Even Pixel devices will stop getting updates someday.
What do you think of when you hear the word “sheeple”? Well, according to Myriam-Webster’s dictionary — they’re Apple fanboys.
more_vertNext Uncarrier movement revealed
T-Mobile is always looking for ways to shake up the mobile industry. Their next Uncarrier move looks to change the way you pay for your phone…again.
more_vertGalaxy S8 randomly rebooting
Some Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus users, including members in our forums, have reported random reboots. The display goes black or artifacts and locks up before the phone reboots.
Samsung confirmed a new flagship to be launched in the second half of 2017, and one can only assume it’ll be the Galaxy Note 8.
While there was a some noise about the Galaxy S8’s dual-audio feature, you probably haven’t heard much about the Galaxy S8’s surprisingly awesome Separate app sound. Here’s how it works.
more_vertLG strong Q1 2017
Profit was up a whopping 82% from last year and revenue rose 9.7%. Strong sales in home appliances and TVs are likely the reason for the increase, but strong LG G6 sales in the current quarter could help continue the trend.
more_vertGoogle Assistant SDK launches
Google has announced the availability of the Google Assistant SDK which will allow developers to get a head start on building it in whichever devices they want.