Netflix is with out a doubt a great way to keep yourself entertained on the go, but how do you control the app when it eats through your cellular data at a monstrous rate? The new update allows you to have better control on the...
Category - Mobile
Windows 10 may an incredibly popular desktop operating system, but on mobile iOS and Android rule the game. That’s why we often cover news, tips and tricks for these mobile platforms. Windows 10 Mobile doesn’t get much coverage since there’s not much exciting to discuss.
Uber is great for quick pick and drop services, but it does not yet allow you to schedule pickups in advance. Thankfully, there’s a way you can pre-schedule your ride with a certain third-party app. Learn how after the bump.
Snapchat has introduced a funky new feature which allows you to add 3D emoji stickers on top of moving objects in videos. We discuss how to use this in a step-by-step guide.
If you have Night Shift enabled, and you turn on Low Power Mode, iOS will automatically disable Night Shift. Find out how you can use both at the same time after the jump.
Windows 10 was updated to 10586.63 as of January 12th, 2016 and now Microsoft has released 10586.71 through Cumulative Update build number KB3124262. More details to follow.
According to recent reports, Microsoft has decided to pull the plug on the Windows 10 mobile upgrade for older phones until early next year. Details after the jump.
Microsoft has recently rolled out the 10586.29 update for their mobile phone OS but what new does it bring to the table?