The official YouTube app for iOS has finally added support for Google Cardboard at long last, and now iPhone users can watch 360-degree YouTube videos like their Android peers.
Google Is Hiring Test Drivers For Self-Driving Cars: Easiest Job Ever Requires Bachelor's Degree, Pays $20 An HourGoogle is currently hiring “vehicle-safety specialists” in Phoenix, Arizona, to sit inside their driverless cars and beta test how the cars drive around.
- It is uncertain whether this rumored product will be showcased at Google I/O.
- The FTC and FCC have launched parallel investigations into how mobile security patches are created and deployed, probing Apple, Google and major mobile providers about their processes.
- Microsoft will stop allowing third-party hacks that let Windows 10 users search Google using Cortana, according to a blog post from the tech company. Now, all searches through Cortana will be forced to go through Bing, Microsoft’s search engine competitor to Google.
Apple TV YouTube App Not Working? Here’s A Workaround While Google Works On The Stuttering, Lag IssuesIs your Apple TV YouTube app not working after updating to tvOS 9.2? Google knows about the stuttering and lag issues plaguing its tvOS Youtube app, but a fix is still in the works. A community representative has posted confirmation in various threads in YouTube’s help forums, but said nothing much more than “We are aware of the issue and working on it.”
- Here's a rundown of speculations about the Android N nickname.
- Google Calendar Goals is a smart new feature of the program that will help you realistically meet life goals with flexible scheduling. Find out how to set up and use the new goals feature on Android and iOS devices, here.
- Rumors suggest the Galaxy Note 6 could be announced just five months after the Galaxy S7.
- A new set of Android vulnerabilities was discovered that leaves billions of devices vulnerable to hackers, say security researchers at Trend Micro. Find out if your device is one of them.