A hack that allowed users to enable RCS on their device using Messages, regardless of their carrier or country, has now started to malfunction, as many report the functionality disappearing from their phones.
An app called FingerFace cleverly works around the Pixel 4's lack of a fingerprint reader — a serious pain point, given the lack of widespread support for facial recognition on many Android apps — by tricking apps into accepting your facial recognition credentials as a fingerprint scan.
The Trump ban may have been a blessing in disguise for Huawei, at least in its native China, where the company now holds nearly half of all market share and is the only company recording growth in shipments.
Security researchers have been following the xHelper malware on Android with great interest, owing to the app's seemingly incomprehensible ability to reinstall itself on an infected device despite factory resets.
An exposed database had left the information of nearly 7.5 million Adobe Creative Cloud customers vulnerable. Passwords and credit card information were not leaked, and the company has now secured the information.
Epic Games has stamped its name on the app that allows you to download Fortnite to your Android phone, replacing the Fortnite Installer with an app called, perhaps a little unimaginatively, Epic Games.
The latest premium mobile processor from Samsung is built on a 7nm process and boasts eight cores and the ability to power a 120Hz high refresh rate display. A new modem from the company also enables 5G functionality.