Netflix, the video streaming service, owns the rights to Fast.com. You may never had thought given what Netflix does and the difference between it and Fast.com. Fast.com is capable of testing various connection speeds on your device in essentially real-time, and that’s what we’re here to talk about.
The FIFA World Cup concluded this weekend, and if you are a YouTube TV subscriber who experienced issues while trying to stream the global event, you were not alone. Interruptions were experienced by subscribers, later confirmed to be an outage. This is the first time Google’s YouTube TV service has experienced any kind of outage for its users, though it didn’t last long.
The CARROT Weather app has finally released on Android after being exclusive to iOS for quite a while. You’re probably thinking, why get so excited over an app that gives you the weather? Doesn’t Google do that? Yes, Google does, but this isn’t an ordinary weather app. CARROT Weather is super likable, and here’s why it’s worth taking a look at.
Are you into challenging puzzle games like Monument Valley and Limbo? FRACTER is the newest game to test your brain with various puzzles. The game takes a lot of strategy and became available on Android and iOS a few days ago.
Amazon Prime day has returned for 2018 and it begins today! Amazon has run the deal day every year since 2015, making this the fourth annual Amazon deal holiday. For those unfamiliar, every summer Amazon runs a variety of promotions on its retail website during a randomly assigned date. The retail giant is going bigger than ever before with 36 hours of deals this year that go live at 3PM EDT on July 16. There are to be some huge discounts and some [Read More]
Last week, the Twitter app for Android started receiving an update with a major design tweak. How one navigates the app is changing with the addition of a new navigation bar. Considering most Android apps have this format with the bottom bar for shortcuts, it probably won’t be your first time seeing the feature, but it might take getting used to if you’re completely new to it or use Twitter a lot.
Our guess is that most of you have a smartphone if you’re reading this. Being smartphone owners ourselves, we’re always interested in knowing when a smartphone gets updated. Wouldn’t it be convenient to have this all in one place? That’s why we created our ‘Droid Updates’ Weekly Series.
Ever since the internet broke out, privacy has been a topic of much discussion. Many have debated privacy laws, whether there should be more or less in place, and if we as regular consumers should be worried about where the web is taking us as it relates to our own privacy. This week, some stories made headlines regarding attempts by companies to make people feel like their lives are still as secure and private as they make them.