When there's no more pickles in the pickle jar, most of you probably dump the remaining brine down the drain and recycle the bottle.
Google just released Android 7.0 Nougat, and as usual, they're doing a staged rollout. This means that most users won't actually get the update on their Nexus devices for a few weeks—that is, unless they take matters into their own hands.
Google has just released Android 7.0 Nougat, and the hype is real. This latest version not only turns Android into a true multitasking platform with a split-screen mode and drag-and-drop functionality, but it adds a whole slew of new features ranging from revamped emoji to quick reply notifications.
If you could save the world by eating a burger, would you? Two companies, Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods, are on a mission to redefine veggie burgers and eliminate all of the downsides of animal farming on our planet.
Augmented reality allows for all kinds of experiences to happen just about anywhere, and that creates some incredible potential for entertainment.
These days, the user experience on stock Android is a lot more refined and polished than manufacturer skins like Samsung's TouchWiz or HTC's Sense.
Our future technology has a lot of amazing possibilities, and few have more promise than augmented and mixed reality headsets.
Hummus seems like it should be easy to make, but creating that ideal creamy consistency can be pretty difficult.
Android 7.0 Nougat has finally arrived—well, technically, it's in the process of arriving on Nexus devices across the globe.
When Google issues an Android update, the changes are usually all over the place—fixing issues, adding functionality, playing catch-up with the latest thing Apple added to iOS.
After months of preparation and speculation, Android 7.0 is rumored to be released very soon. Codenamed "Nougat" after the sugary stuff that fills your Snickers bar, this version looks to be living up to its name with tons of sweet new features.
If you've ever played the game of Would You Rather, you've probably been given the ultimatum between eating insects or doing something else that sounds absurd, like licking a cactus.
Rooted users have been able to remap their hardware buttons since the earliest days of Android, allowing them to change the functionality behind one of the most centralized methods of interacting with a phone or tablet.
You can put spices in a scramble or fry an egg in bacon fat, so why poach eggs in just plain water? Water doesn't add any flavor whatsoever, so you're wasting a valuable opportunity to give your poached eggs more oomph—an extra important step if you're not frying your poached eggs afterward.
Switching between mobile operating systems is fairly easy, but there are a few bumps along the way that you're bound to encounter.
With developers already figuring out how to use the HoloLens for home improvement tasks, it's no surprise that the device has greater applications in construction.
Squiche, also known as a sweet quiche, is the newest trend to hit the brunch table. For those who are not familiar with this delectable dessert, it's a close cousin to a custard tart, but less sweet and with the density of a savory quiche.
You can easily take audio for granted in virtual reality, but realistic sound in VR isn't an afterthought.
These days, there's almost an expectation that you have to deal with messages as soon as you get them.
As you get barbecuing this summer, you're likely to encounter a few grills that aren't exactly the cleanest.