Judging from the number and magnitude of incidents involving Facebook over the past few years, that the social media giant is playing fast and loose with user data is probably an understatement. While it is now putting extra effort into user privacy, it has a long way to go, and you should do everything in your power to protect your data. One of the easiest paths for your private information to leak out is through third-party apps that have permissions to your account.
Each year Blizzard announces a new theme for its collectible card game Hearthstone and selects several cards to be moved into the Hall of Fame. This year has been dubbed "Year of the Dragon" and nine cards have received Hall of Fame honors. You can visit the official Hearthstone blog for the Year of the Dragon and Hall of Fame announcements.
Apple's Photos app on the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch makes it easy to organize a large collection of images into separate albums. Custom albums can be created, named, and populated with pictures from the iOS photo library. Once an album is no longer needed, it can quickly be removed from Photos.
Daylight Studios has brought its newest Holy Potatoes! title to the Apple App Store. A Spy Story?! dropped on Steam in November of 2018, and now it is available for preorder for iOS. If you have never played a Holy Potatoes game, they're simulation titles where you manage your own spaceship and weapons shop. This time around you manage your own spy agency while trying to discover the truth about your parents disappearance.
Swiping on a message in the Gmail app does not send that message to the Trash like one would assume, instead swiping on a message sends it to your "archives." It is a counterintuitive feature Google has built into the Gmail app. To delete a message you must individually open that, or you can perform a long press to open a toolbar with the trash can icon. Swiping left or right on an email to quickly send it to the trash seems like such a much more natural way to delete a message, and you can, but first you must reconfigure your Gmail to stop archiving your messages. Here's how: