Today, ASUS and Verizon announced the LTE-equipped model of the ASUS ZenPad Z10 tablet. If you’re already on Big Red, which you have to be for this device, it’s not a bad choice for the asking price of $329.99.
The Z10 LTE is powered by a Snapdragon 650 CPU with 3GB of RAM, running Android 6.0 with ASUS’ ZenUI. There is no indication in the press release or Verizon’s site of an update to Android 7.0 Nougat, so don’t get your hopes up.
ASUS ZenPad Z10 LTE model available exclusively on Verizon was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Facebook Messenger’s‘Secret Conversations’ are now available for all 900 million of its users.
Back in early July, Facebook finally brought end-to-end encryption to its Messenger app. Initially, ‘Secret Conversations’ rolled out to a limited number of users, but Facebook continued added more and more users in the mix as weeks past.
If you’re new to Secret Conversations, what you should know is that these are extra-secure conversations that add end-to-end encryption to the range of security measures that all regular Facebook Messenger conversations already … – Source
Investigators looking into the car wreck that killed professional Call of Duty player Phillip “Phizzurp” Klemenov this weekend said that speed and alcohol may have been a factor, though his girlfriend who survived the wreck insisted that the 23-year-old was sober at the wheel.
One passenger, Marcelous Johnson, was also killed.
After the news broke Sunday of the late-night, single-car rollover wreck in Aurora, Colorado, support was pouring in from players and fans on social media. Kelemenov’s girlfriend, Arianna Lemus, survived and posted a video to Twitter, apparently just minutes after he died. …
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