Author: Ernesto J. Sager

Android P May Bring Native Call Recording Support

While heaps of 1/3-birthday celebration apps have already supplied name recording on Android devices, Google can be planning to carry

Budget smartphones that run Android Oreo

The state-of-the-art edition of Google’s Android running system, known as Oreo or Android eight, is still no longer available on

Austria drafts law to let police access messaging data

A Law May Be Harsh, But it’s far Still the Law Web 2.0 technology offers the potential to improve extensively

Android gadgets are conscripted into mining botnet

A speedy-moving botnet that regarded over the weekend has already inflamed thousands of Android gadgets with potentially unfavourable malware that

How to use Guest Mode to your Android phone

“Don’t be nosey!” That’s what I used to inform my friends once they borrowed my cell phone. Inevitably, they would

GoPro Fusion Comes To Android

The GoPro Fusion frustrates me greatly. The hardware is remarkable, generating some great 360 images and videos. The size is

Android Nougat is officially the maximum-used model of Android

Android 7.0 Nougat has, in the end, grow to be the most-used version of the cell working device, jogging on

At the wheel with the mobile cellphone

People found talking over the smartphone even as driving isn’t always confined to a particular phase. From the bus driver

Allegedly failing to stop hackers from draining

A man sued T-Mobile on Sunday, claiming that the company’s loss of safety allowed hackers to enter his wi-fi account

In Mobile, Super Bowl Marketers Still Struggle

If matters hadn’t been following the same tired, now the decade-vintage script, my face would’ve matched the 30 seconds of