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NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV will soon get SMBv3 support

Our lives are becoming filled with more devices these days and the demand for them to interact with each is growing too. For decades, people have used Server Message Block (SMB) for computer networking and it has seen a number of upgrades since its inception. Most people use it to share files between computers, but it...

OnePlus still working on bringing phones to the US and a 5G phone for 2019

OnePlus has carved its own space within the Android community by offering what most enthusiasts want in a smartphone. Many feel they have replaced the niche left behind by Google's Nexus program as they offer high-end hardware with premium design at a price that's less than the competition. Marketing for the enthusiast crowd is difficult...

Upcoming Tasker update to bring Non-Root, Per-App, Scriptable Firewall

Feature Image Credits: MakeTechEasier Regulars of our portal are probably familiar with the popular Android automation app Tasker.  You are also probably aware that we're massive fans of the app and we encourage users to browse our forums so you can better master the art of Tasker scripting. We've even recently begun a series of articles centered around unique,...

Domotz Partners with Fing to Bring Professional Network Monitoring to your Home or Business

We handle so much of our personal and professional lives online nowadays that there are an incredibly large amount of vectors for someone to intrude and steal your private data. As more and more users are taking control of their personal information by only dealing with secure websites, using two-factor authentication wherever possible, using VPNs,...

Network Monitoring: How to Get Started and Why You Should Consider it

Security and privacy are of the utmost importance when modifying your device or buying from a third party reseller.  Of course, nothing will ever beat only buying or downloading from trusted sources but if you ever believe your device is sending or receiving information to/from a third party, there are several ways to check. The method...