Google Play Store counterfeit apps are tarnishing Android’s credibility

Google never misses a chance to talk about improved security on Android and, to some extent Chrome, especially when it means talking about AI and machine learning to no end. News after news of malicious apps getting into Google Play Store, however, almost throws all of that out the window. Google Play Store is supposed to be Android’s most secure … Continue reading

KitchenAid Smart Oven+ connects with Google Assistant, Alexa, our house

Everything is connected today, and not just the obvious culprits like phones, computers, and TVs. These days, even refrigerators and ovens are connected to the Internet or to each other. The latter is what KitchenAid is trying to sell with the new Smart Oven+. First shown of at CES 2019, the smart single or double wall oven allows users to … Continue reading

KitchenAid Smart Oven+ connects with Google Assistant, Alexa, our house

Everything is connected today, and not just the obvious culprits like phones, computers, and TVs. These days, even refrigerators and ovens are connected to the Internet or to each other. The latter is what KitchenAid is trying to sell with the new Smart Oven+. First shown of at CES 2019, the smart single or double wall oven allows users to … Continue reading

Chrome OS will show Android cloud storage apps in Files app

From the very beginning, Chrome OS and Chromebooks were envisioned to be cloud-centric, which is why the early models had very measly internal storage. It may have been a bit ahead of its time and Chromebook makers eventually crammed more gigabytes inside devices. Fast-forward a few years later, cloud storage has become a critical piece of modern workers’ lives and … Continue reading

Galaxy Note 10 won’t be affected by Galaxy Fold when and if it launches

The Galaxy Note 10 is expected to launch in less than two months but that isn’t the only Samsung phone that has yet to hit the markets. Now more than a month or two late, the ill-fated Galaxy Fold has yet to see the light of day on retail shelves. Word on the foldable phone’s launch have flip-flopped depending on … Continue reading

NBA 2K19 is so realistic it now shows unskippable ads

Some games like Minecraft are perfectly fine with stylized graphics. Others, however, want to be as close to reality as possible. That’s probably nowhere truer than with sports games, considering they pretty much try to recreate reality as faithfully as they can. It seem that 2K Games has gone over and beyond photorealistic graphics and is making NBA 2K19 as … Continue reading

Xiaomi CC9 and CC9e to kick off new “chic and cool” sub-brand

Xiaomi, already one of the biggest names in the Chinese smartphone market, has just recently spun off its Redmi line into its own sub-brand. That, however, isn’t stopping the company from creating yet another brand. Mirroring what OPPO is doing with the Realme brand, Xiaomi has created a new “CC” line of phones that are supposed to target a young … Continue reading

Steam to drop support for Ubuntu but Linux users shouldn’t panic yet

The majority of the time that Linux gets dragged in the spotlight is when there are high-profile security bugs that remind people how Linux practically runs the world behind the scenes. This time, however, the controversy is ironically around one of the operating system’s weakest points: gaming. A Valve developer just “announced” on Twitter that the company will be dropping … Continue reading