You can pair multiple Bluetooth devices to your iPhone and easily switch between them from Control Center.
Marty Schultz, founder of Blindfold Games, an app development company that builds accessible games for the visually impaired community, and co-founder of Objective Ed, an organization providing students with disabilities with educational games to achieve the best educational outcomes, has been named one of two recipients of the 2019 Touch of Genius Prize for Innovation along with a $5,000 award. Schultz was recognized for this honor, bestowed annually by National Braille Press, during a reception at the 34th CSUN Assistive Technology Conference in Anaheim, California on March 13.
Google on Wednesday released the first beta of Android Q, and now you can too.
Google’s Lookout app is finally available for download, but only in the U.S., and only for owners of Pixel devices.
Signal bars don’t tell you as much as you think. If you really want to know the strength of your cell signal, use this hidden app.
Carleton University is launching a new pilot project to help students navigate the university’s network of tunnels.
Chieko Asakawa, an Osaka-born computer scientist, is among 19 innovators who will be inducted into the U.S. National Inventors Hall of Fame.
You can specify specific times where you want the volume on the speaker to be lower using a feature in the Google Home settings called “Night Mode”. That way, you can set the “Night Mode” to work around the time of your choice, when you are typically in front of the TV (and that speaker) and go back to normal in the morning when most people typically are getting ready for the day.
Just announced, an update to Google Play Services is rolling out now which adds FIDO2 certification to roughly half of all Android devices available today. The update lets you log in to support apps and services with the fingerprint or PIN on your device rather than requiring a password.