Google Stops Updating Chrome For Android 4.0
Google today announced that Chrome 42 will be the last version of its mobile browser to run on devices that still use Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS), which launched in 2011.
Chrome will still continue to run on these devices, but Google will freeze development and Android 4.0 users will not receive any updates beyond Chrome 42, which for release in mid-April 2015. Version 42 will still receive security updates for a little while, but once C...
Could Huawei be the next Nexus 7 maker?
Just yesterday we reported that Google is in talks with a Chinese manufacturer to release a Nexus device this year. The source revealed that a domestic manufacturer was all set to announce a Nexus phone later in 2015.
Now, the same source from Weibo reveals that there will be two different Nexus devices this year. One will be made by the chosen Chinese company and the other will be made by LG. If this is the case, then its very likely that the one fro...
Help beta test Flock for Windows Phone
Flock is a free messaging app that is designed to facilitate group messaging within small teams and businesses. Available for Android, iOS, PC and Mac, the app is set to launch next month on Windows Phone. The developer behind the app is actively seeking beta testers to iron out the bugs and get feedback from the community.
After registering, you will receive an e-mail confirmation that you are enrolled as a beta tester, after which you can download th...
Disqus Windows Phone App Updated To v2.5 With New Comment Posting Experience
Disqus today updated their app to v2.5 in Windows Phone Store with new comment posting experience with formatting tools, preview mode and undo. You can now search for images to include in comments. There are lots of improvements which you can read from the list below.
• New comment posting experience with formatting tools, preview mode and undo
• Search for images to include in your comments
Download The New Windows Phone Recovery Tool From Microsoft
Microsoft today released Windows 10 Technical Preview for phones. If anyone bricked their device when tried to install this preview build, Microsoft has provided a way to get back to their prior OS. That is one of the reason, Microsoft didn’t release preview for large number of devices on the first day. They are supporting only phones for the preview that have a recovery image available. Microsoft has created a new tool called the W...