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YouTube Android App To Offer a Trimming Option

February 28th, 2015 | by

People who upload their YouTube videos through an Android device can now do trim their videos before uploading. This is to ensure that they are of the right length. YouTube released a new update to its Android app that allows users to adjust the start…

HTC To Delay Android 5.0 Update On Some Devices

January 31st, 2015 | by

HTC has announced that it will miss its original target date for getting the Android 5.0 update ready for its HTC One M7 and M8 devices. The update was originally going to come by February 1. Although HTC has experienced some gains in its revenues…

Google Removes Pirate Bay Apps From Play Store

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December 8th, 2014 | by

Google has begun removing all Android apps related to The Pirate Bay from the Play Store. As part of a crackdown on piracy, Google has removed apps relating searching and downloading from the popular torrent site. Some of the most popular that have been pulled…

Android Lollipop On 0.1% of All Devices

December 4th, 2014 | by

Google recently announced that Android 5.0, or Android Lollipop as it is called, is currently in use on only 0.1% of all Android devices in the world. This comes nearly a month after it was released. This is consistent with the growth that the KitKat…

Microsoft Office Mobile Is Now Free

November 6th, 2014 | by

Microsoft has announced that downloads for the Microsoft Office Mobile program will now be free to download. People don’t need Office 365 subscriptions in order to use this program. Microsoft originally required people to pay $99 for an Office 365 subscription in order to get…

Apps For Children Revealed To Be Taking In Loads Of Personal Data

November 6th, 2014 | by

Carnegie Mellon University recently found on its website that a large number of Android apps that are designed for children are gathering more personal data than what parents think. Apps that are geared towards children are receiving the worst grades while apps for social…