Category: Mobile

LG’s New Mobile Keyboard Rolls Up, Fits in Your Pocket

The Bluetooth-connected Rolly Keyboard folds up to create a “stick” that fits into a pocket. Is the keyboard on your smartphone or tablet slowing you down? LG has a solution. The company on Thursday introduced what it calls “the industry’s first solid rollable wireless portable keyboard.” …

iOS Tips: How to send maps to iPhone

After you, say, look up directions to a theater or find the location of a new bakery on your iMac or MacBook, you might find yourself thinking, “Hmm, if only there were an easy way to transfer this info to my iPhone without having to start …

Office Lens for iPhone gets updated with new features

Office Lens for iPhone today picked up a new update. Don’t worry, it’s not another bug fix update — this update brings some new improvements, which is quite nice. With the latest update, users can now share using Outlook. The update also introduces an interesting feature …

How to Disable Notifications from Any App in Android

Tell me if this sounds familiar: You’re in the middle of important work and your phone buzzes, along with a “ding”. You check it to see the notification — you don’t want to miss anything important, after all. You swipe down Android’s notifications bar and there …

Huawei P8 Lite Review

The Huawei P8 Lite is a mid-range phone that stays true to the overall style of Huawei’s high-end P8 smartphone. The unlocked device is priced at $249 in the US and at €249 in Europe. Included in the package is the phone, a micro USB cable, …

QuickSwipe lets you swipe to dismiss videos in Safari

QuickSwipe is a new tweak that brings swipe to dismiss functionality to videos playing in mobile Safari. The tweak is extremely simple and focused, contains no preferences, and is good to go upon installation. After respring, begin playing a video in Safari and perform a swipe down …

Be Careful With Your Galaxy Note 5 Stylus

Some Galaxy Note 5 users learned the hard way that the S Pen for their device is not reversible. So you think you’re tech-savvy enough to activate and use your new handset without reading the directions? Think again. A number of Samsung Galaxy Note 5 users …

Samsung smart fridge might leak your Gmail credentials

Your smart fridge might be good for storing cold beer, but it definitely isn’t good for storing your Gmail credentials, as those can be easily stolen. During the recent DEF CON hacking conference, the vulnerability was unveiled at the IoT hacking challenge run by Samsung. The …