Apps come at us left, right and center these days; be it a game, a new customisation utility or a revolutionary way to look at cat pictures. We show you the ones that deserve a place on your phone this week (22nd October 2017)
Team Reswitched, a hacking and development team that primarily focus on the Nintendo Switch, announced earlier today that they were able to dump the bootrom of the Nvidia Tegra 210 SoC; a move that might just kickstart the Switch hacking scene.
Like Macs? How about a 68K Macintosh from 30 years ago, but on your PS Vita? If that's your poison, then today might just be your lucky day, as Basilisk II, the popular 68K Macintosh emulator, is now available on the PS Vita in homebrew form.
TWRP, the most popular and subjectively the best custom recovery available for Android supports an insane number of devices, and today, a number of new devices (incuding low-mid range devices from Samsung and LG) are all getting TWRP compatibility
Google has announced today that the first developer preview of Android Oreo 8.1 Maintenance Release will be made available to developers and users "over the coming weeks", bringing support for their new Pixel-only image SoC and more!
You might remember in our recent coverage of the Pixel 2's launcher being released that a hidden dark theme was discovered embedded, deep within the launcher itself. Now, that theme can be activated on any Pixel 2 by simply changing the wallpaper!
Xiaomi's heavily skinned version of Android has traditionally been a tough nut to crack in terms of rooting and modifying. Fortunately for users, the popular customisation framework Xposed is now available on MIUI 9 devices.