Chrome got you down in the dumps? Why not try Firefox? It's like Chrome, but developed by the fine people at Mozilla, who also make... um... okay, the point is Mozilla makes Firefox, and it's a good browser. Now it's even better with v33 rolling out to the stable version with support for casting to Chromecast or Roku, better private data management, and more.
Here's the full changelog from v33 of Firefox.
Support for video casting with Roku and Chromecast.
You can now setup Firefox to automatically Read more [...]
By John Callaham | Oct 14 2014 | 3:25 pm |
Electronic Arts is rolling out a new and big update for the strategy game Plants Vs Zombies 2 for Android, adding a bunch of new levels, along with many new varieties of plants and zombies, to the mix.
Here's a look at what's new in this update:
BigWave Beach Part 1 has hit shore! Dive into 16 gnarly levels with new plants, zombies and more. And discover the Lawn of Doom!
4 fresh plants, including Chomper
6 new zombies, like Mermaid Imp
High Read more [...]
Here's the thing about customization on Android, or any other interface for that matter: it's time-consuming. Whenever I try out a new launcher, I end up testing every option and toggle just to see if I like it, which inevitably means bouncing back and forth between the homescreen and the Settings menu for the launcher to see the results. It takes forever, which is why I've generally given up on fun things like themes and icon packs.
It's also why the new animation preview on Nova Launcher 3.1, Read more [...]
The Sonos Boost is now available for everybody looking to solidify the connectivity in their wireless home speaker system. Boost will act a lot like Bridge, in that it's a dedicated hub for your Sonos speakers that plugs right into your home Wi-Fi router. Boost or Bridge is something of a necessity if you're using Sonos as a surroundsound system for your TV.
Sonos claims that the Boost can also neutralize ambient wireless noise in order to maintain a solid connection to speakers, which was never Read more [...]
It feels like Android L and the Nexus 6 are set to drop at any moment—you can almost sense the #NexusWarriors gathering at the fringes of the internet, ready to storm all the comment sections everywhere and tell you how great the Nexus 6 is. And maybe it will be, but for now all we have is a taste of what's to come with a leaked copy of Google's new Android ads with the slogan "Be Together, Not The Same." It includes a cameo by what appears to be the Nexus 6 running Android L. Also, I'm pretty Read more [...]