Apple’s 3D Touch has since been replaced with haptic touch on recent iPhones but still remains quite an impressive feature. You’d press hard on, let’s say, an app icon, and a number of options would appear for the app. Apple replicates 3D Touch for those iPhones that don’t support it on iOS 13 with theContinue reading “Google have cloned Apple’s 3D touch for Pixel 4”
Windows 7 support ended on the 14th January 2020. To be fair, we should all be on Windows 10 by now or if your PC can’t run it or you want a free alternative, Linux. But those who rely on Windows applications and can’t afford to upgrade are left on Windows 7. It’s important toContinue reading “What will happen when Google Chrome stops supporting Windows 7?”
When I first bought my Nexus 7 (2012), it was on Android 5.1 and was really slow. I downgraded it to the official Android 4.4.4 firmware, but when apps started showing incompatibility, I asked myself: is now the time for a custom ROM?
Why you can’t find any Android 9 or 10 ROMs for the Nexus 7 (2012)
Three years ago on the 4th October, Google launched the original Pixel and Pixel XL. Three years later, Google are now bringing support to an end for these phones. The original Pixel and Pixel XL may have unexpectedly received the Android 10 update but did not receive the November 2019 security patch this month whileContinue reading “Support for the original Pixel and Pixel XL coming to an end after three years”
How well does a 2012 midrange tablet hold up in 2019? Let’s find out.