Google finally has a plan to fix Android's texting problem.
This week, the company confirmed its long-rumored plan to improve messaging on Android and bring its features up to par with other popular messaging apps like Apple's iMessage.
Google being Google, though, the plan is much more complicated than simply improving its own Android Messages app (though that's certainly part of it). Instead, Google is beginning what will be a years-long effort to get carriers and phone makers to all agree to work together and commit to using the same standard for messaging, called Rich Communications Services (RCS). Read more...More about Google, Android, Imessage, Consumer Tech, and Big Tech Companies
Orchid Labs, a San Francisco-based startup that’s developing a a surveillance-free layer on top of the internet, has raised a bunch of funding, according to a newly processed SEC filing that shows the year-old startup has closed on $36.1 million. The money comes just five months after Orchid closed on a separate, $4.5 million in funding from […]
Learn how to record a screencast video on your Android phone with the YouTube app. You can either live stream your phone screen directly to YouTube or record the screencast video, edit it and then upload to YouTube with no additional software. The app is free and contains no advertising.
Those sweethearts at Asus, dearies, they have quite a challenge coming up their way if my sources are right. You know, about two years ago, Asus was doing so well – the first ZenFone 5 (life was so simple with just one model with one name, no?) had sold lots and lots of units and […]