Android (6.0): It’s no secret that Google Now On Tap was a little disappointing when it first came out. Now it’s getting one handy feature. You can use it to easily share screenshots. It even removes all the clutter in your status bar.
Android Marshmallow, Google’s latest update to its mobile OS, is already rolling out to a few lucky handsets. With a more general rollout poised to begin, Google is showing it means business when it comes to battery life.
The original Nexus 5 was has remained one of my favorite phones since its launch. It just fit in my hand so perfectly, and it was fast as hell. Still, it was crippled by truly terrible battery life, and when longer-lasting phones came along I couldn’t help but switch.
Google’s next generation of Nexus, the hardware it uses as the premium example of how great just plain old Android can be, is now out in the smartphone wild—but it enters that world filled with some stiff competition.
I don’t suppose you’ve heard the rumors that Google will announce its new Nexus phones on September 29th? That seems pretty damn likely—because we just got invited to a Google event that very day.
If this keyboard were real, and not made up of hundreds of thousands of Photoshopped pixels, it would undoubtedly be a delicious PC experience right at your fingertips.
Eating buckets of Yummy Dough will definitely turn your preciouses into plumpers, but it's not the only thing at Toy Fair that'll make your kids fat.
We knew you could build your own marshmallow blaster gun out of a used Pringles can, tape and a two by four, but what about those of us who are too lazy to build stuff? Well, now you can buy your own pre-made pump action marshmallow gun that shoots those soft confectionaries up to 50 feet. Fifty! That's further than…