A smiley face provides a quick shortcut to expressing a common emotion. In this article, we take a look at the emoji, the apps and places you can use them.
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Third Eye is an Android app that tries to solve a problem that has existed ever since screen lock itself has been available on phones – showing who tried to unlock their phone.
We’ve posted a tutorial on how to forward calls on an iPhone, so we thought we’d share how to do it with other phone companies as well.
Need to know how to capture screenshots on your mobile device or computer? This complete guide will provide the answers for Windows, Mac, Android and more.
Android 6.0 Marshmallow features a new way to manage permissions for each of your apps specifically. Here’s a look at this improvement and how it works.
The Nexus Player, powered by Google’s Android TV, has been removed from the Google Play Store’s hardware section. Android TV lives on, though.
Google announced at its annual Google I/O 2016 conference that Google Play store will make an appearance on the company’s Chrome OS.
Motorola has taken the wraps off its latest mid-range Moto G lineup and has introduced three variants of the Moto G4 budget Android driven smartphones.
Netflix announced a new mobile data control tool for Android and iPhone. Here’s how to set it up and help protect yourself from consuming more data than is permitted by your plan.
If you leave your Android phone on the nightstand while sleeping and annoyed by beeps and buzzes when you get a notification. Silence it with Do not Disturb.
When you’re listening to music or a podcast on your phone, it’s annoying to be interrupted by an incoming text or email notification. Here are some fixes.
If you have a Google Nexus device this year that comes with Android 6 Marshmallow there’s a hidden Android-themed Flappy Bird game that you can pull up.
There isn’t a built-in Night Shift feature for Android like there is in iOS 9.3. But, as the old saying goes “there’s an app for that.” Here’ a look at a couple.
To make it easier for Android users to find Microsoft apps, the company released ‘Microsoft Apps’ which provides a central location for all of its apps.