We have yet another leak of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 on our hands. The leaks for the phablet just keep coming and now we get to see how the final device is likely to look.
Google wants to make it easier to clean up your main camera roll in the Photos app, especially for those who might not want to have some photos visible at all times but don’t necessarily want to delete them, either.
As noted by Droid-Life, Google today began rolling out a new ... Read More »
Google wants its users to share content as quickly and easily as possible, which is why the company has been rolling out features to make that a possibility. For instance, at the tail-end of 2015 we saw Google roll out Google Play Music family plans. And more recently it launched Family Library, ... Read More »
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The HTC U11, or the HTC Ocean, is set to launch tomorrow, May 16. It will be HTC’s latest flagship release and is said to feature a unique squeezable frame. Leaks have been plentiful on this device and today there are a few more.
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The latest is a bunch of photos showing off the larger devices front with its ... Read More »
Brazil is a country that’s quickly rising, and it plays host to an enormous new market for tech companies. Google is well aware of that fact, and while the company already has extensive operations in Brazil, it’s making a point to develop services with Brazil in mind. Today brings in a smattering of app updates ... Read More »
In a short span of time, the Samsung Galaxy S8 has quickly become one of the leakiest devices around. We’ve seen photos and specs galore over the past few days, but the leaks just keep on coming. In this round, three leaks show off different aspects of the upcoming phone. First off is ... Read More »
Just yesterday we had another leak of the LG G6 come out, 24 days before its announcement at MWC. Unfortunately, it seems that LG is doing a poor job of preventing leaks. Fortunately for us, though, we’re getting another look at ... Read More »
Google+ is getting a few new features in the next couple of weeks. First up, Google will now hide low-quality comments, like spam. You’ll still be able to see them, but you’ll have to click “See all comments” to do so. It should be a good way to clean up spam.
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Scanning old photos typically requires a good scanner or a professional service, so most people avoid doing it. But digitizing those old photos is really important, because losing them would be tragic. Now Google has introduced a new app called PhotoScan to help you digitize those old photos.
This app will automatically detect the photo, crop ... Read More »