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We’ve established a bit of a tradition here at Ars. Every year at Google I/O, we have a sit-down talk to learn more about Android directly from the people that make it. Of course, this year, just about every major event was canceled due to the coronavirus…
Link: The Android 11 interview: Googlers answer our burning questions
Apple on Wednesday released , the latest version of the operating system that offers the latest features and improvements for your iPhone. The release follows the company’s September event, where it also announced two new Apple Watches and a revamped iPad Air. The new iOS 14 was among the slew of announcements Apple made in June at , its annual Worldwide Developers Conference. .
Link: All the iOS 14 features your iPhone just got that Android users had first
Learn how to sync your local Android device folders that house images and videos with your Google cloud account. Your Android device already does a great job of backing data up to a connected Google Cloud account. Out of the box, it’ll back up photos, videos, configurations, contacts, phone logs, and more.
Link: How to back up photos and videos within specific Android device folders to Google Cloud
The cloud computing race in 2020 will have a definite multi-cloud spin. Here’s a look at how the cloud leaders stack up, the hybrid market, and the SaaS players that run your company as well as their latest strategic moves. Oracle said it will be TikTok’s cloud provider in a deal that gives it a 12.stake in the social media network and a key reference customer.
Link: Oracle lands TikTok as reference cloud customer, takes 12.5% stake
Apple had released a new beta update for Apple Music on Android a few days back. This update was a significant one, as it included a design overhaul & a ton of new features including a new “Listen New” Tab, Autoplay, and Story Sharing similar to the iOS 14. Read more about the features of the New Apple Music Beta here.
Link: Exclusive: Apple adds New Widgets to Apple Music on Android
Spy apps can be used to track someone without their knowledge. Usually, people use spy apps to track their phone, watch over their kids, or track an employee’s phone. We don’t condone the use of these apps in any way malicious. You should never use spy apps unless you have the consent of the…
Link: 10 Best Spy Apps for iPhone in 2020
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Link: Sony PS5 vs. Microsoft Xbox Series X: The best new game console for holiday 2020
The key component of cloud-based computing is the virtual machine. Creating a VM using Google Cloud Platform is simple, but there are some decisions to make. As of the third quarter 2019, the worldwide cloud infrastructure services market grew to $27.5 billion. That was a quarterly increase of 37%.
Link: How to create a virtual machine in Google Cloud Platform
So, you’ve got yourself a brand new Android TV that you need to set up from scratch. Well, you’ve come to the right place! In this guide, we’ll walk you through the basic setup process for Android TVs. Unlike Android on smartphones, there’s not much software segregation on Android TV devices. If…
Link: Android TV setup guide: All you need to get started with your new Android TV
With purchase after purchase, milestone surpassed after milestone surpassed, Facebook continues its slow suffocation of the internet. You, a thinking person who values your privacy and sees the Mark Zuckerberg-helmed behemoth as complicit in an array of real-world suffering, want out. . But with Facebook operating the world’s largest messaging apps — the company owns both Instagram and WhatsApp in addition to the familiar, now ominous shade of blue that accompanies Messenger — many messaging options of the digital age correctly feel tainted.
Link: The best messaging apps
Welcome to our very exciting interview column on theappwhisperer.com. This section entitled “A Day in the Life of…” is where we take a look at some hugely influential, interesting and accomplished individuals in the mobile photography and art world… people that we think you will love to learn…
Link: Mobile Photography Interview – A Day In The Life of Paul Moore – A Multi Talented Photographer
Live Caption is a game changer for some Android users. Find out how to enable and use it. If you haven’t experienced Android Live Caption, you’re missing out. This feature allows you to experience video without having to unmute your device. Even more important, Live Captions allow the hearing impaired to enjoy any video displayed from any source.
Link: How to enable Live Caption in Android 10