As you might have heard, a security researcher revealed on Monday that a series of bugs deep inside Android’s source code allow hackers to hack and spy on users with a simple multimedia message.
If you’re worried your Android device might be vulnerable to these bugs, collectively known as Stagefright, well, I’ve got bad news for you. It probably is. In fact, as many as 950 million phones likely are.
This sounds awesome. Nothing is truly bulletproof, but the vast ecosystem of Android phones can’t seem to get their hands on any kevlar.
YouTube has added support for full-screen playback of vertical videos in their latest iOS app update.
Listen to Viticci. If 90% of people are going to view this video on a mobile device, and the intent of the video is not to display some grand artful vision, I’m better off if you don’t make me:
- Switch off orientation lock
- Rotate my phone
- Rotate my phone again, because it didn’t work the first time
- Start the video back from the beginning, because I missed it already
- Switch orientation lock back on, because most apps have terrible landscape experiences
The writing was on the wall as soon as a HomeKit compatible thermostat surfaced.
Type a message into the text box, and the network will try to write it out longhand…either let the network choose a writing style at random or prime it with a real sequence to make it mimic that writer’s style.
“The platform is ready and it rocks,” said one source.
The rumors around this continue to coalesce. It didn’t happen at WWDC, so that makes it a pretty sure bet for the fall, right?
As someone who has already “cut the (cable) cord,” I’m pretty excited about the potential here.
Update: And now this: NFL ‘Game Pass’ With On-Demand Game Broadcasts Coming to Apple TV
I’ve long been envious of the form factor of the iPod touch when compared to its iPhone contemporaries, and I still feel like the larger iPhone 6 screen doesn’t serve me as well as the 4-inch from all varieties of iPhone 5.
But I’m also unlikely to buy a 6C at this size if it is missing new or crucial features that exist in the newer phone. I’m finally “used to” the size of the 6, and I don’t want to feel a generation or more behind just to get the form factor I find more comfortable.