Google has announced that it is updating its spam filtering algorithm in Gmail to stay ahead of spammers. Now, duplicitous Unicode Homoglyphs will be added to the spam filter and Gmail will reject emails with suspicious combinations of letters.
Fresh from the dev who made opening links a little less painful with Link Bubble and home screens even more productive with Action Launcher, developer Chris Lacy has just unleashed TapPath — giving us even more power over the links we tap.
Here's the gist: Once TapPath is active, you have three ways of routing links. Tap once to open in, say, Chrome. (Which happens to be set as the single-tap default). Tap twice on a link to open in another app. (I've got mine set to Hangouts for easier sharing.) And tap three times to open the selector and route the link to any of your available apps.
It takes just a little getting used to — you might need to adjust the tap delay in the (nicely Material Design) settings — but TapPath quickly emerges as a fast and easy way to share links just about anywhere. It's absolutely worth the 99 cents and a few minutes of your time.
We were having a bit of an internal debate this morning and figured we'd turn it over to you fine folks. On a "rugged" phone like the likes of, say, the Samsung Galaxy S5 Active or the Kyocera Brigadier with its Sapphire Shield glass, would you still use a case on top of all that armor? On one hand, more protection is more protection, right? But on the other hand you'll have an even bigger phone.
Sennheiser makes some pretty nice headphones. I'd wager that more than a few of us here have a pair (or two) ourselves. Today they tell us that later this year, you'll be able to score a pair of limited edition Ingress themed Momentum cans.
The latest update to Google+ caught a few people by surprise today when it enabled a small Chromecast button in the interface, letting you toss your Google+ stream up to your TV. Though the Google Play changelog doesn't indicate the change, we're seeing a Chromecast button on our own devices and many other people are too.
Google has announced that it is expanding its All Access pass to South and Central America, giving select countries the ability to stream Google Play Music for a small monthly fee. In a Google+ blog post, Google says that All Access is now arriving in 9 new countries.
If you love Chromebooks like we do you'll want to see these tips and tricks to make the most of them
Millions of people are using Chromebooks, but despite their simple and "for everyone" nature not every powerful feature is easy to access. Every Chromebook (or Chromebox) is a powerful tool that's just waiting to be used to its full potential, and once you know a few tricks you'll feel like you're getting even more value out of your inexpensive computer.
We're rounded up the top eight tips and tricks for you to try on your own Chromebook so you can start making the most of your machine. Read along and learn a thing or two about the computer you're using.
Launchers are the way Android users customize their smartphone and tablet experience. There's superficial stuff, like changing screen transitions, icons, and fonts, but the best Android launchers out there enable users to tweak the device's behaviour to suit their daily usage, so long as you're willing to put the time into defining those customizations.
If you're looking for a change of pace from the out-of-box experience, we've dug up the very best Android launchers out there. Take a look, and let us know what you think!
Activision has announced that the next version of their hugely popular Skylanders game will be launching on Android, iPad, and consoles together on October 4. Progress made on the tablet version will carry over to the console version as well, if you're playing on multiple platforms. There will be a Skylanders Trap Team Tablet Starter pack available that includes a stand for your Android tablet, Bluetooth controller, two characters, two traps, and a display stand, though there's no word on how much that will cost.
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