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  • Best External Hard Drives for PlayStation 4

    The days of cracking open a PS4 for expansion are over!

    PlayStation 4 owners have no shortage of choice when it comes to storage expansion. Popping out the internal drive is fairly easy, but if you don’t want to go through that trouble there’s an alternative. Just plug a USB hard drive into your console, and instantly you have all the storage you could ever need.

    All you need now is to pick the right drive for your needs. Here are some solid options available to you today.

    Toshiba Canvio Connect II

    If you need a storage bump but don’t want to take up another power outlet on your entertainment center or would prefer the hard drive be easy to hide away, Toshiba has what you need. The Canvio Connect II is a 1TB hard drive that is powered by the USB port and is small enough to tuck away behind the console.

    See at Amazon

    This will effectively double the storage of the more spacious PS4s you can buy today and will be more than enough for those upgrading a 500GB console. And for $47…

  • Best External Hard Drives for PlayStation 4

    The days of cracking open a PS4 for expansion are over!

    PlayStation 4 owners have no shortage of choice when it comes to storage expansion. Popping out the internal drive is fairly easy, but if you don’t want to go through that trouble there’s an alternative. Just plug a USB hard drive into your console, and instantly you have all the storage you could ever need.

    All you need now is to pick the right drive for your needs. Here are some solid options available to you today.

    Toshiba Canvio Connect II

    If you need a storage bump but don’t want to take up another power outlet on your entertainment center or would prefer the hard drive be easy to hide away, Toshiba has what you need. The Canvio Connect II is a 1TB hard drive that is powered by the USB port and is small enough to tuck away behind the console.

    See at Amazon

    This will effectively double the storage of the more spacious PS4s you can buy today and will be more than enough for those upgrading a 500GB console. And for $47…

  • Best Package Tracking Apps for Android

    What’s the best way to track a package on Android? Check out these package tracking apps!

    If you’re shopping online from a bunch of different sites, it can be difficult to keep track of every purchase. Download a killer parcel tracking app and get your ducks in a row before a fat guy comes down your chimney.

    Deliveries
    ParcelTrack
    AfterShip
    17TRACK
    TrackChecker Mobile
    Package Tracker Pro
    Slice: Package Tracker

    Deliveries

    Deliveries is likely one of the first names you’ll hear when you want to find a great package tracking app. It supports over 40 shippers and couriers, as well as postal services in 21 countries.

    You can sync your packages across your devices, and in most cases track packages using Google Maps, so you can see exactly where your stuff is at all times. You can even get notifications when shipping statuses are updated.

    Download: Deliveries (Free, IAPs)

    ParcelTrack

    ParcelTrack is another wonderful tracking services that brings all of your incumbent deliveri…

  • Best Package Tracking Apps for Android

    What’s the best way to track a package on Android? Check out these package tracking apps!

    If you’re shopping online from a bunch of different sites, it can be difficult to keep track of every purchase. Download a killer parcel tracking app and get your ducks in a row before a fat guy comes down your chimney.

    Deliveries
    ParcelTrack
    AfterShip
    17TRACK
    TrackChecker Mobile
    Package Tracker Pro
    Slice: Package Tracker

    Deliveries

    Deliveries is likely one of the first names you’ll hear when you want to find a great package tracking app. It supports over 40 shippers and couriers, as well as postal services in 21 countries.

    You can sync your packages across your devices, and in most cases track packages using Google Maps, so you can see exactly where your stuff is at all times. You can even get notifications when shipping statuses are updated.

    Download: Deliveries (Free, IAPs)

    ParcelTrack

    ParcelTrack is another wonderful tracking services that brings all of your incumbent deliveri…

  • GDPR is a great thing hampered by one bad idea

    Addressing privacy concerns and bringing more disclosure to users is long overdue, but the 72-hour reporting rule might do more harm than good.

    The past week was important for you and your personal information, whether or not you live in the EU.

    GDPR, the General Data Protection Regulation that sets guidelines about how personal information of EU citizens is collected and processed, is now official. It’s a great idea — uniform rules about how your information is gathered, how it’s stored, and how you can take it back, are long overdue. There has been (and will continue to be) plenty of discussion over what’s good, bad and ugly about GDPR, but most people who work in information security agree that the goals are well-intentioned and will provide the kind of protections we all need in the 21st century.

    A bunch of popular websites just aren’t available to European visitors because you aren’t GDPR-compliant.

    The individual articles of GDPR, however, aren’t so universally pr…

  • GDPR is a great thing hampered by one bad idea

    Addressing privacy concerns and bringing more disclosure to users is long overdue, but the 72-hour reporting rule might do more harm than good.

    The past week was important for you and your personal information, whether or not you live in the EU.

    GDPR, the General Data Protection Regulation that sets guidelines about how personal information of EU citizens is collected and processed, is now official. It’s a great idea — uniform rules about how your information is gathered, how it’s stored, and how you can take it back, are long overdue. There has been (and will continue to be) plenty of discussion over what’s good, bad and ugly about GDPR, but most people who work in information security agree that the goals are well-intentioned and will provide the kind of protections we all need in the 21st century.

    A bunch of popular websites just aren’t available to European visitors because you aren’t GDPR-compliant.

    The individual articles of GDPR, however, aren’t so universally pr…

  • Another T-Mobile website bug allowed anyone to access customer info using just a phone number

    T-Mobile customers: Your data has been put at risk by your carrier, once again. In what seems like copypasta at this point, a security researcher recently found a bug in a publicly discoverable subdomain on T-Mobile’s website that gave anyone access to customer data using just a phone number. It’s almost like T-Mobile wants to award those bug bounties.

    This time around, a not-hidden-enough API in promotool.t-mobile.com, apparently a “Customer Care Portal” for employees, allowed any enterprising individual to access T-Mobile customer data by appending the customer’s phone number to the end of the URL — no password required.

    Read More

    Another T-Mobile website bug allowed anyone to access customer info using just a phone number was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • How to get the most from YouTube Premium: Top tips and tricks

    Need a helping hand with YouTube Premium? We’ve got your back.

    If you’re a hardcore YouTube user, chances are you’re thinking about or already have subscribed to YouTube Premium. YouTube Premium offers an enhanced version of the YouTube you know and love for just $11.99/month, and for that price, you get a heap of benefits and perks to check out.

    Knowing how to access these and tweak them to your exact liking will ensure you get the most out of your membership, and that’s exactly what we’re here to help you with.

    Let’s get to work!

    Note: This guide refers to YouTube Premium, which will be the eventual name for the current service, YouTube Red. We will update the screenshots when the new service officially launches.

    How to turn on Background Playback

    Background Playback allows the audio of YouTube videos to keep playing even when you leave the app to do something else. It’s an incredibly handy feature, and turning it on is pretty simple.

    Tap on your profile icon at the top righ…

  • Google app v8.5 beta prepares to enable Continued Conversation mode, but possibly just for Google Home [APK Teardown]

    Google has been progressively enhancing its speech-related technologies for years, starting in the early days with mostly straightforward commands before aiming much higher with natural language processing and conversational back-and-forth interaction…

  • Google app v8.5 beta prepares to enable Continued Conversation mode, but possibly just for Google Home [APK Teardown]

    Google has been progressively enhancing its speech-related technologies for years, starting in the early days with mostly straightforward commands before aiming much higher with natural language processing and conversational back-and-forth interaction…

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