Find My Device's lock feature is useful if you haven't secured your phone with a passcode or fingerprint, as it prevents access to the home screen should anyone else come across your phone. There's also the option to display a message on the lock screen and add a callback number so that anyone that finds your phone can get in touch with you. … [Read more...] about Got a new phone? Set up Find My Device right now
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Apple Maps vs. Google Maps: AccuracyGoogle Maps is used on a billion devices every month. There’s no way Apple can compete with the sheer volume of information that Google Maps has at its disposal How Does Google Maps Work? How Does Google Maps Work? Google Maps is used by millions of people every day and you might be one of them, but how does it actually work and how does Google maintain its accuracy so well? Read More . Since Apple Maps is limited strictly to Apple devices, the pool of data is naturally much smaller. … [Read more...] about Apple Maps vs. Google Maps: Is It Time to Switch?
For more reading pertaining to using offline travel guides and maps, check out my review of three offline apps Hitchhike Your Way Around The Internet With Three Free Apps [Android] Hitchhike Your Way Around The Internet With Three Free Apps [Android] Everyone who has heard, seen or read the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy remembers the eponymous Guide, a source of vast and questionable knowledge, which bailed out or confused the travelers, time and again. You... Read More that are out of this world. … [Read more...] about Sick Of Your GPS App’s Data Connection Flaking Out? Try 3 Updated Offline Maps [Android]
It comes at the end of a long-winded sci-fi plot that will likely only make sense to players who have been with the game for a significant amount of time – but what’s important is that the game is gone, and will be coming back at some point. Fortnite Chapter Two has replaced the expected Season 11 update players had been waiting for, marking more of a refresh than an iterative update. … [Read more...] about Fortnite Chapter 2 news, updates, maps, trailers, and download sizes
A five-meter resolution, if you can’t quite picture it, would produce a map of a city that showed buildings and streets clearly, but is too coarse to catch, say, cars or street signs. When you’re trying to map two-thirds of the globe, though, this resolution is more than enough — and infinitely better than the nothing we currently have. (Unsurprisingly, it’s also certainly enough for an oil company like Shell to prospect new deep-sea resources.) … [Read more...] about Teams autonomously mapping the depths take home millions in Ocean Discovery Xprize