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Pointing the Chrome browser to chrome://settings/passwords has changed in the newest build of Chromium, the open-source project that Chrome is based on, and now requires re-authentication to see passwords.
Nothing is more convenient than taking a photo on your phone and automatically having it be backed up to the cloud.
Both of the major contenders in the Console War are finally here, Microsoft’s Xbox One and Sony’s PlayStation 4, but there is a lot to know about each of these consoles before making a purchase.
Sometimes the best games are just simple puzzles games that you can pick up for a couple minutes in your free time.
Steam has just launched Steam Reviews, a system for users to rate the games they’ve played, much like Amazon’s review system for products. Users can review any game that they’ve played.
Who needs fancy 3D rendering and complex controls when keeping it simple is so fun and addictive?
A new app allows anyone running Android 4.3 or 4.4 to access Android’s hidden permissions controls for specific apps. The controls are present in both of the newer versions of Android, but inaccessible by default.
On the surface, they’re quite similar, but dig a bit deeper and you begin to see the major differences.
One of the best things about Android is the diversity of apps, but sometimes the best apps are those produced by Google.
Motorola has just announced the rumored Moto G, a cheaper cousin to the Moto X that will cost $179 for the 8GB model and $199 for the 16GB model.
The official CyanogenMod Installer has just landed in the Play Store alongside a PC client that should make the ROM flashing process much easier.
What exactly makes the Nexus 5 so special to the average user?
Vine, the 6-second video app started by Twitter, has just come to the Windows Phone platform. Windows Phone users will now be able to post short videos via a tap and hold gesture.
A few of KitKat’s coolest features are available right now, either through official APKs or third-party apps.
The MOGA Hero Power and MOGA Pro Power are both now available either direct from the MOGA website or from Amazon for about $60 and $80 respectively.