Google Created Faster Encryption for Low-End Android Phones and IoT Devices

Low-resource Android phones and IoT devices don’t have the processing power to use modern encryption services, which makes them vulnerable to hacking. That’s why Google is introducing Adiantum, a super-fast encryption standard for low-resource Android devices. Popular Android phones, like the Google Pixel or anything from the Samsung Galaxy line, are built around the Advanced […]

G Suite basic mobile management now supports Android app management

Besides providing services like Gmail and Google Drive, G Suite allows administrators to control what apps users can and cannot install on work devices. These Play Store distribution features are now available as part of basic mobile management. G Suite’s mobile management features are available in “basic” and “advanced” tiers depending on the kind of features an organizaiton needs. In the […]

Dolphin Emulator update adds fixes for Vulkan API on Android Pie, Wii Remote pointer emulation, and more

Dolphin Emulator on Android is one of the most well-made emulators around. You can play Wii games and GameCube games straight from your phone, so long as it’s powerful enough. Nowadays, devices like the Razer Phone 2 and the OnePlus 6T are enough to actually do just that. I’ve personally enjoyed The Simpsons: Hit and Run straight from my […]

Android Q could bring facial recognition support, screen recording, new notifications management, and more

In the coming Google’s I/O 2019 developer conference, the company may announce the Android Q beta version. The new Android version may bring in facial recognition, screen recording & more features. Android Q features leaked, full details here The Google’s I/O 2019 developer conference will be held on May 7 this year. At the event, Google […]

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