Apps for the little ones are a roaring success, and though we are always looking for ways to entertain the little busy bodies, we want something appropriate and engaging. Sometimes the simplest ideas will do. The Nursery Rhymes app by LivelyMind.com brings classic children’s rhymes to life to enjoy. Here is the app’s description: Kids love […]
Acer introduced four new mobile devices on Thursday: two Iconia-branded Android tablets, one gaming laptop, and a thin-and-light 2-in-1. The gaming laptop will be sold in Intel- and AMD-based configurations, along with discrete GPUs.
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Case manufacturer Cougar is known for offering some case designs that go beyond the usual black box and it recently announced a new future-inspired case that will launch at Computex 2017.
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Subscribers to Xbox Live Gold on Xbox One now have access to the free 14-day trial of Xbox Game Pass, Microsoft’s new game “rental” service. The subscription includes 40 Xbox One games and 72 backward-compatible Xbox 360 titles.
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We are excited to announce that the Developer Economics Q3 2017 survey, run by our friends at VisionMobile, is currently underway! This is the thirteenth developer survey, focusing on tools, training, and career development. Every year, more than 40,000 developers around the world participate in the survey, so it is a chance to be part of something big and make your own contribution to the developer community.
The survey features questions on topics like development resources and where to find them, tutorials and courses, distribution channels, developer tools and SDKs, as well as languages, platforms, app categories, new technologies, and revenue models.
Developer feedback speaks for itself
Feedback from developers already taking the survey is more than positive. Have a look at what they’ve been sharing so far:
“You somehow always make t…
Update May 24, 2017: Apple has released firmware version 3.7.2 for the AirPods. It’s unknown at this time exactly what comes with the update, but it’s likely smaller fixes and improvements.
Back in February, Apple quietly rolled out a firmware update for AirPods, the company’s wireless earbuds. Early adopters scrambled to the internet, as they do, looking for ways to manually update their firmware from version 3.3.1 to version 3.5.1 only to come away disappointed. It seems Apple hasn’t provided a way to manually update the firmware on AirPods, opting instead for an automatic update process.
All that said, Apple won’t just install the firmware update willy-nilly (if your AirPods died mid-update it could cause all sorts of problems); you’ll need to make sure of the following:
Your AirPods must be in the charging case.
The charging case must be plugged in and charging.
If you’re a “daywalker” and use both Android and iOS, you probably wish your Android phone and iPad could play as nicely as an iPhone and iPad.
Well, they can’t. And here’s what Apple thinks whenever you wish for it in your heart:
They might work together one day, but for now, Apple has its ecosystem on lockdown, and only Apple products can talk to other Apple products. That being said, there are still a few ways you can at least keep your data in sync between Android and iPad.
All you need is a Google account (Gmail) and you immediately get free access to Google’s apps: Docs, Sheets, Keep, Photos, Drive, Calendar, and more. Google Drive is where you can upload all of your data — files, photos, music — whatever you want. You get 15GB of free storage, as well as unlimited photo storage (well, it’s a petabyte, but I defy you to fill up 1,000TB).
You’ll already need to use a Googl…