Six seasons and a movie. That’s what fans of Community want, and they’re very close to getting it. NBC cancelled Dan Harmon’s comedy after its fifth season on the network — one that may have already owed its existence to streaming services — but…
There are always some bumps along the road when a new version of Android comes out, and this one isn’t even technically done yet. Nevertheless, Chainfire has tweaked SuperSU to enable root access on the Android L developer preview. This man works fast.
If you’re running the L preview, just flash the ZIP through a custom recovery and you should be good to go. The CF-Auto-Root installers have been updated as well, so you may be able to go that route.
Chainfire Updates SuperSU To Work Properly On The Android L Developer Preview was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Scientists have a pretty good idea what man-made greenhouse gasses are doing in our upper atmosphere, but not all of humanity’s emissions stay up there. A good deal of that gas floats back down to Earth, seeping into the world’s oceans and being…
Still holding onto your trusty copy of Windows 7 with a steely kung-fu grip? Well partner, it looks like Microsoft’s next operating system, codenamed “Threshold,” or, Windows 9 in the common tongue, is aimed right at you. The OS will apparently ship…
Beats has Dr. Dre and a host of artists and popular athletes sporting its headphones. Soul and SMS Audio both have a stable of recognizable users as well. Now, high-end audio outfit Bang & Olufsen are joining the endorsement fray with DJ Khaled….
What is this? Update Monday? Google’s updates are becoming so prolific they cannot be contained by a single day of the week. Today the slow rollout of Google Play Music v5.6 has started, but before you get your hopes up, it’s not a huge update. And no, it’s not #materialyolo. There are still some notable changes, though.
- New switch in navigation slide-out to toggle between on-device and all music (moved from action bar dropdown)
- New account switcher UI
- Support for Android TV casting
- New empty download queue UI
- No longer works with Cheapcast
- Authorized devices now (sort of) categorized
- Device limits now set to maximum of 5 phones (still 10 overall)
Left: Old, Right: New
The headliner here is probably the change to device authorizations.
Robots are cool and all, but they’re just mere toys until they start doing things like reporting the news, right? (Okay, we may be looking at the prospect somewhat selfishly.) Fortunately, that’s already starting to take place — to a degree. In…
Say you get arrested, your computer is seized and state wants to peek at the encrypted data hidden away on your machine’s hard drive. Can it force you to decrypt your computer? Traditionally, the answer has been no: courts have previously ruled that…
What’s the worst part of attending a sporting event or concert in person? It’s definitely the lines, right? There’s the line to get in, another to nab snacks and a beer, then yet another to use the loo. Well, restroom wait times are getting…