Online privacy policies have taken center stage as social networking sites and search engines have recently come under fire for sharing user information. Over the past few years, internet spam has become an annoying and progressive problem for many consumers.
Google released sweeping changes to its search algorithm on Tuesday (April 21), giving mobile-friendly websites a boost on smartphones. In its mobile search results, Google now favors websites that adjust for smaller screens.
At a restaurant, you pull out your phone to check email. Without even thinking about it, you tap in a PIN to unlock your phone. Your back’s to the wall and nobody can see what you’re typing, so there’s no reason to worry that somebody could intercept your passcode.
If you're the type of person who's always losing your phone, it's now really easy to find it again -- if you have an Android.
Thanks to a new update from Google, you just have to type "find my phone" into Google Search, and it'll show you where it is with startling accuracy. It can also make your phone ring if you still can't figure out exactly where it is.
Apple released iOS 8.3 last week, but it didn't really divulge many of the newest features that you can use in your workflow now. After upgrading your device, here are five of the coolest features you'll find in the latest iOS update.
Sharp wants to get in on the 4K phone display action early.
The Japanese display maker is looking to elevate the smartphone screen to unprecedented levels with a new 5.5-inch touch screen that is capable of showing images in 4K. As Techblog.gr reports, Sharp's new IGZO display has a resolution of 840-by-2,160 pixels, or 806 pixels per inch (ppi).