U.S. President Donald Trump won’t give up his unsafe Android phone

Donald Trump, the new President of the United States, doesn’t like being told what to do. His brash, straightforward behavior is what helped him get into the White house. But you’d think the people around Trump would be listened to when they explain his phone needs to be replaced for security reasons. After all, this is the man that has railed against the intelligence community multiple times.

A new report from the New York Times says Trump is still using his unsafe Android phone.

Netflix adds MicroSD card support for offline downloads for Android users

Netflix first gave Android users the ability to download content to their devices to watch offline at the tail end of November last year, and while being able to watch Stranger Things without needing an internet connection was a great thing, there was one small problem, you could only download to the device’s built-in storage. This meant that if you were making do with a handset or tablet that only had 8GB or even 16GB of storage as standard, you were going to run out of space fast. Luckily, Netflix has recognized the issue, and as of today, Android users can now choose to store downloaded content to the MicroSD card on their device.

Adobe announces Creative Cloud applications for select Chromebooks

Adobe Creative Cloud is a powerful subscription-based service that provides the entire collection of Adobe applications for everyone from individuals and students, to enterprise and government-level uses. It’s especially useful across teams of people who rely on a shared workflow and cloud-based storage and syncing of files, fonts, templates, etc. To push even further into the education market, Adobe has announced that six of their Creative Cloud applications will be coming to select Chromebooks in the next few weeks.

Join us after the break for the details.

A new Huawei Watch with LTE connectivity could launch in February

Two years ago, Huawei launched its first smartwatch. The Huawei Watch became one of the world’s best smartwatches because of its gorgeous design, admirable battery life, and brilliant software. It turned out being a product that accomplished almost everything you expect from a device in its class. That’s exactly why a successor wasn’t introduced in 2016. The original remained formidable for over a year.

Now’s the perfect time for Huawei to launch a new smartwatch because Android Wear 2.0 is set to be released next month.

Best recipe apps


Whether you’ve been making cream puffs and French pastries for years, or it’s a miracle you can make your toast in the morning, cooking apps are a world of help when it comes to anything food related. Not sure what to cook up for your super bowl party? There’s an app for that. Not sure what to make for dinner with the specific ingredients you currently have? There’s an app for that, too! And if you’re just browsing recipe apps for no specific reason, they’re full of great cooking inspiration, creating a shopping list, keeping all your recipes in one place, and so on. Follow along and we’ll show you our top 5 picks!

Google’s education efforts bolstered with new Chromebooks

Today, Google’s next generation of devices powered by Chrome OS are official. Its partners are joining them at Bett 2017 in announcing new Chromebooks that are made for education. Specifically, two new Chromebooks from Acer and ASUS are leading the way. But Lenovo, too, is introducing refreshed hardware this week.

Let’s see what’s new in the world of Chrome OS.

ZTE seeks additional vision for Hawkeye device

ZTE decided to try something a little bit different with Project CSX which was meant to be a crowdsourced development activity for a smartphone. Kind of like Boaty McBoatface, ZTE discovered that turning the reins of development over to the public can produce some strange results. The ZTE Hawkeye was such a device, a smartphone in which the top two features as determined by the public would be eye-tracking and an adhesive case to make it a hands-free smartphone. Despite the odd collusion of features, ZTE stuck with the crowdsource development concept and created a Kickstarter campaign for the Hawkeye. After struggling since being posted, ZTE has admitted they made a strategic error with the Hawkeye.