The coolest new feature that spans across both iOS and OS X announced this year has definitely been the Handoff feature that will let you quickly move information and data between iOS devices and your Mac. 9to5Mac’s Sarah Guarino has put together a fantastic guide for how to use this new feature, which iPhone owners can finally use now that Apple has released OS X Yosemite.
Did you know that if Apple and Google encrypt data on smartphones then terrorists, pedophiles and other very bad people will be able to roam completely free and likely destroy society as we know it? That’s the message that Federal Bureau of Investigation chief James Comey has been sending and he was at it again this week in a speech delivered to the Brookings Institute in which he railed against smartphone encryption as a direct threat to law enforcement’s ability to gather evidence.
Apple on Thursday released the final build of OS X Yosemite, which became available to Mac users as a free download from the Mac App Store. However, not all Mac users were able to install it on their devices, as their Mac App Store apps would not make the update available. In case you’re one of those people still checking to see whether the update is ready, you should know there’s a simple explanation of why you can’t update: You’re already running it. Just click on that download button (as in the image above), and your Mac will tell you that you’re already running OS X 10.10.
While Sony had initially announced that PS4 Remote Play will be headed to its newest flagship phones and tablets, information available on the Xperia Lounge app confirms that older Xperia phones may be treated to the same feature. While promoting the Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact, the app says that PS4 Remote Play will in fact be coming to the Xperia Z2 and the Xperia Z2 Tablet alongside the latest phones starting in November.
Though its flip phone form factor may be reminiscent of dumb phones, the clamshell Galaxy Golden is a feature-rich smartphone, and one that may have a new successor. Regulatory papers filed with China’s TENAA for certification suggests that Samsung has a Galaxy Golden 2 is in the works. Like last year’s model, this year’s Galaxy Golden 2 has a clamshell form factor and runs Android on dual screens. The Galaxy Golden 2 bears the model number SM-W2015 and has improved internal specs.
A lot of people now have a brand spanking new Samsung Galaxy Note 4 in their hands. We know, some people are still waiting, but enough people already received their own unit that there is plenty to talk about. And by plenty, we mean plenty.
Samsung is rolling out an over the air update for the T-Mobile version of its Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 tablet, which will bring the device up to Android 4.4.4 KitKat.
T-Mobile launched their version of Samsung’s tablet in June with Android 4.4.2 so this new update brings it up to the current version of Android, or at least the one before the official launch of Android 5.0 Lollipop that’s expected to be coming in a couple of weeks. Samsung’s support page does not show any more software additions besides the Android 4.4.4 upgrade. If you own the tablet on T-Mobile’s network have you seen anything new besides the OS download?
There are huge changes in the physical design and material choices between the Galaxy Note 4 and its predecessor the Note 3. Not only did Samsung make the big step towards a premium feel with a metal chassis, it also toned back the fake leather back to remove stitching and refined the overall look to feel more cohesive. No matter the color choice, the Note 4 is undeniably a better looking device.
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