Just in time for all the recent excitement around Google’s Playmoji, including Childish Gambino exclusive to Google Pixel phones and yesterday’s Valentines-themed stickers, the underlying ARCore is welcoming eight new phones to the ever-growing device roster, including all four phones in the Moto G7 series and its first dual-display phone.
In response to what it says is customer demand for more places where they can experiment with and get a first hand-look at new products, Samsung has announced it’s going to be opening three retail stores around the US next week, on the same day as the company holds its Galaxy Unpacked 2019 event.
The move, Samsung explained in an announcement about the stores, also builds on related efforts like Samsung organizing pop-up locations around the country that let people experiment with VR-related and other gadgets. The company also opened its immersive Samsung 837 facility — which the South Korea-based giant has described as a kind of playground for new technology [...]
There are a lot you can do on your Android smartphone, but some of these things can have a negative effect on both your phone’s performance or security. Some of them may be obvious, but some may surprise you. Here are 8 things you are doing that you are doing with your Android device that can cause trouble.[ 8 ] Installing Apps from Anonymous Sources
Unless you are 100% confident in what you’re doing, you don’t want to install an app from an unknown source. You have no way of knowing how safe these apps are for your android smartphone. They could include malicious codes that can steal your data or even install malware that will slow down your phones performance. [...]
As many websites make their money from tracking and advertising, especially advertising targeted to individuals based on their web activity, Google Chrome’s Incognito Mode can help give users a sense of privacy by temporarily disconnecting from their Google, Facebook, and Amazon accounts. For those who use Incognito this way, you may be shocked to know that Chrome has long had a flaw that can be abused by web developers to detect whether you’re using Incognito Mode. According to a set of new code changes, Google is finally looking to fix this issue.