Early impressions of the Samsung Galaxy Fold got a lot of users excited for the device until potentially big display issues started popping up. Now, Samsung has reportedly made the decision to postpone
Back in March, Google introduced a new rounded square icon requirement for the Google Play Store on Android and Chrome OS. App developers can choose to enable the new icon specification immediately, with
After rolling out a Material Theme navigation drawer last week, Google Photos for Android is set to receive backup status indicators right in the gallery view. The app is also adding support for Android
In this week’s top stories: a Google error leads to a $9000 shipment of unwanted Pixel 3 phones, the Google Camera app picks up kiss detection, we confirm that the Google Home Hub is being rebranded to
We already told you basically everything there is to know about the Google Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL, and Google itself has even — accidentally — confirmed their existence. Now, we have our first hands
At I/O 2018, Google revamped Lens with real-time recognition, smart text selection, and native camera app integration. A year later, another redesign for Google Lens that adds specific recognition “filters”
Last August, we enabled a Material Theme redesign for Google Opinion Rewards on Android. The survey app that compensates users with Play credits or through PayPal is finally rolling out that new look.
While last week’s beta revealed a number of exciting in-progress features, Google app 9.72 is a quieter release that actually obscures some features, like Reminders and Intelligent Tips for At A Glance.
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This week we talk about more Google Pixel 3a and 3a XL which just got a street date, Nest Hub Max and some Google Home stuff (codenames?) and the Galaxy Fold’s fold. Alphabet Scoop is available on Google
We’ve all been watching and waiting eagerly for the official launch of Fuchsia, Google’s in-development OS for anything and everything, but the company has barely even acknowledged its existence thus Despite
Earlier this month, Google’s Spring Cleaning killed off some beloved products, but none with more outrage from users than Inbox. The unique email app technically closed up shop on April 2nd, but workarounds
Bose QuietComfort 35 Headphones offer Assistant integration for $257, plus deals on Qi chargers, more
Score notable deals on Bose QuietComfort 35 Wireless Headphones, Samsung’s official Qi charger, and Nanoleaf smart lighting in today’s rendition of 9to5Toys Lunch Break. Bose QuietComfort 35 Wireless support
If you’ve still got to get that physical QWERTY fix in your life, BlackBerry is here to help. After announcing it back at MWC 2019, the company has just officially launched the BlackBerry Key2 Red Edition
The OnePlus 6T was the first device from the company to launch on a major US carrier with T-Mobile. OnePlus saw huge success from that, and it appears the company is gearing up to extend carrier support
The release of Google Stadia might not yet be concrete, but it still poses a wider question: how will multi-device streaming affect the growing ‘gaming phone’ market? Gaming is big business, and because
The constant stream of WhatsApp beta updates has new features tried and tested long before they become available to the public. In the latest beta update, we’re seeing brands new animated stickers alongside
Google Docs continues to encroach upon Microsoft Excel territory with the addition of many stalwart Excel functions and features. Announced today, the update includes new tweaks to Google Sheets and enhanced
Do you remember Project Jacquard? Well, the smart-jacket that Google made in collaboration with Levi’s has now returned, this time packing in the ability to connect to the cloud and control things from
Last week at Cloud Next 2019, Google announced that all Android 7.0+ devices can serve as security keys. However, the reality is that most people do not use 2FA, and other methods are susceptible to man-in-the-middle
If you need proof that Google is still trying to figure out this whole hardware thing, you just have to look at how the company handles its online store. This week, one lucky Pixel 3 buyer stumbled on
Google Contacts last year was one of the first apps to implement a dark theme on Android. Version 3.5.7 today adds a better “Choose theme” switcher in settings that is more apparent to the user and provides
Slowly but surely, Chrome for Android’s New Tab Page has become one of Google’s many content discovery hubs, thanks to the “Articles for you” section. After a recent code change, the Chrome for Android
In a coming update, Google Chrome is picking up a favorite feature from other browsers – a built-in Reader Mode. Here’s what the new feature looks like, as well as how to enable it in the latest Canary
HP’s latest Chromebook features a 15-inch touchscreen display with thin side bezels, and a slightly more premium finish compared to entry-level Chrome OS devices with Android apps. At $449, the HP Chromebook
Low-light photography has been taking the Android world by storm lately, and that’s mainly with the help of special software modes. Now, Samsung is adding a dedicated night mode to the Galaxy S10’s camera.
Following Home’s new “Gentle Sleep & Wake” feature yesterday, Google speakers and Smart Displays now support YouTube Music’s free tier. This allows you to listen to stations that feature ads, with availability
In usual Google fashion, we’re seeing quite a few leaks and renders of the company’s upcoming Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL. Today, we’re potentially seeing the first “official” renders of the two smartphones.
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