UPDATE: Google now says that its confirmation about an upcoming dark mode was a “miscommunication with the team that handles AOSP issues”. What will be added is a developer feature to toggle night mode for app testing.
Back in October of last year, Google officially announced that Google Assistant, the digital assistant that is getting baked into as many different devices as possible, would learn new Routines to help get tasks done faster.
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Phones are getting more expensive, but luckily there are plenty of options out there if you don’t feel like forking over a grand to get a new daily driver. If you don’t mind spending a lot of cash, though, there’s a new Cat-branded device to consider.
The Cat S61 is now officially official. This is ... Read More »
Back in December of last year, Google officially took the wraps off what it called Android Oreo (Go edition), which is designed for devices with a minimal amount of RAM and built-in storage.
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Google has been working on adopting Rich Communication Services (RCS) for quite some time now, rolling out the feature in Android Messages and getting initial support from the likes of Sprint. Now a few more retail business can take advantage of the initiative, too.
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This year’s Mobile World Congress is just around the corner, and while rumor has it that LG is going to announce a high-end V30s during the show, the company is unveiling two other new handsets a little early.
Today the Life’s Good crew officially announced two new devices: the ... Read More »
For smartphone manufacturers, there was an easy trend to attach to throughout last year and leading into 2018: devices with minimized bezels. Huawei is no stranger to that initiative, and it looks like the P-series is going to get in on the fun, too.
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