OnePlus revives its Ideas program to take your Oxygen OS suggestions

OnePlus has started an Ideas 2.0 program to receive your suggestions on how to improve the Oxygen OS. The most popular ideas could find their way into future versions of the software. The current initiative lasts until November 6th. OnePlus has clearly had success with its ideas program as it

Judge delays TikTok ban – ProWellTech

Americans can continue to use TikTok for now, Google updates its developer policies and Uber gets approval to resume operations in London. This is your Daily Crunch for September 28, 2020. The Big Story: Judge Delays TikTok Ban The saga continues! The Trump administration’s ban on TikTok was scheduled to

Buick Electra EV concept ain’t your grandfather’s land yacht

For Electra, one body style is not enough. It’s more of a sedan-crossover mix. Buick Buick unveiled a surprise concept at the 2020 Beijing Motor Show, which began this weekend. This is the Buick Electra concept, and it’s none other than the Electra you may know from the past. While

People are already buying Google’s unannounced Chromecast

Google’s Android TV-based Chromecast is already available in stores like Home Depot and Walmart. The unannounced $ 50 dongle uses a renamed platform, Google TV. It could be available immediately after Google’s September 30 event. Whether the box is leaking, Google’s Chromecast with Android TV already seems to be available

FarmVille — yes, that FarmVille — is buying the farm at the end of 2020

Farewell, Farmville. Zynga It’s not going to be a Happy New Year for FarmVille players. FarmVille, one of the originally addictive Facebook games, will close on December 31st, manufacturer Zynga said on Monday. “After an incredible eleven years since it was first launched in 2009, we are officially announcing the

Google starts its crackdown on Android in-app purchases in 2021

Google will better enforce rules that require apps and games on the Play Store to use the in-app purchase system. However, Android 12 makes it easier to use third-party app stores. This happens exactly when Apple and Google make the effort to remove Fortnite via in-app rules. Google has a