Stop putting your passwords in an risky place online or leaving them written on a piece of paper in a desk drawer. You’re just asking for someone to steal them. So let’s get your passwords stored and protected in a single place recommended by security professionals.
On Talk Android Deals, Intel Security’s True Key is being featured as the deal of the day.
Remember Alto’s Adventure, the hit endless runner title that launched in 2015? Well, it’s getting a sequel called Alto’s Odyssey and it’s arriving in 2017.
It goes without saying, Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 recall has been a bit hectic, some of it because Samsung is unable to obtain defective devices from customers who don’t want to give the device up. But, this latest move may render the device pretty much useless.
Join us after the break for details.
T-Mobile yesterday announced Digits, a way to have a single phone number across all of your connected devices. It’s similar to AT&T’s own NumberSync in many ways, but with Digits, T-Mobile is offering something else that’s pretty huge: the ability to use multiple numbers on a single device.
Details after the break.
When you read reviews online from other people, you may not get both sides of a device. It’s because consumers generally share their experiences if they’re very good or very bad. There’s little chance you see someone talk about what they do and don’t like in a single review.
Nick Martin, the new Talk Android video editor, is setting out to show you the good and bad of the devices he picks up. First up is Lenovo’s Moto Z, a phone that launched a few months ago to mixed reaction. But Nick isn’t sticking with one side or the other. His latest video for us shows you where the phone thrives and where it falls short.
Google has updated Chrome for Android to version 55, which should be rolling out over the next few days to all users. Like most updates, it’s bringing some performance and stability enhancements, but there are a few new features here, too. Read more
If you’ve ever wanted to see New York’s fancy department store windows without having to shell out the cash to get there (and deal with the insane crowds this time of year), Google has your back. Their latest VR endeavor puts you right in front of several New York department stores, complete with a high-resolution virtual reality panorama and the sounds of a bustling city street around you. Read more
Samsung opened up its Galaxy Beta Program back in November for the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, allowing those who signed up to test its beta Nougat firmware ahead of an official release. The electronics giant is rolling out the third update for those enrolled in the program, and it comes with some interesting changes, including a move away from the TouchWiz branding for its user interface. Read more
Pebble was a pioneer in the smartwatch market, thriving off of Kickstarter success and a brand new device category. The original Pebble had its shortcomings, but it was one of the first actual smartwatches you could buy, and it wasn’t crazy expensive.
The Pebble Time refined the watch by giving it a sleeker design and a colorful e-ink screen, which I personally liked enough to use every day for the past. Read more
When Google released their brand new video chat app Duo this Fall, they aimed to provide an experience that was simple and could provide uninterrupted and good quality video and audio regardless of your location or connection strength. And with downloads on Android hovering around the 10 million mark, it shows that if nothing else Google has peaked the interest of a lot of users. A major update is starting to roll out now that will provide a number of benefits.
Join us after the break for the details.