Google Maps will make taking the train or the bus in places you’re visiting a lot less stressful: according to TechCrunch, the app will soon guide you through every step of a mass transit ride, […]
Microsoft is rebranding its popular Android launcher. The company’s Android launcher was previously called Arrow Launcher, but it’s now being rebranded to Microsoft Launcher. The rebrand also includes a new logo for the launcher which […]
The personal assistant arms race is heating up, as the latest update for Microsoft’s Cortana can now easily replace the Google Assistant. If you’d like, the next time you long-press home to pull up your personal assistant, you can find the familiar oscillating purple and white dot staring back at you. The new feature comes via the latest 2.8 update to the Cortana app on Google Play. If you’d like to check out how it works, we gave it a try.
First, it’s worth going over exactly what Fuchsia is, because it’s been quite a while since we talked about it. As opposed to all of Google’s other OSes, such as Android and Chrome OS, Fuchsia […]
The past week has been the Big-O week for all of us involved in Google’s ecosystem and the Android world. The follow-up to Android 7.0/7.1 Nougat was announced as Android O — full name still unknown ( But as per few people and going by Android previous naming conventions it is to be named as Oreo) — and the developer preview images were made available for those who want to test it out and check all the new features.
YouTube is expanding beyond its role of being an online video hub. The Alphabet-owned company announced on Tuesday that over the next few months it will launch YouTube TV, an online cable bundle with all the networks and dozens of cable networks. For just $35 per month, you’ll have not only access to all the YouTube content, but also live shows and programming from 40 networks, including sports and news with membership for up to 6 people.
Google’s computer vision technology is now so good it’s able to find specific objects within a video or group of videos.
The latest rumors put Apple and Samsung on a direct collision course. If they pan out, the next iPhone and Galaxy will look very similar with curved screens and thin bezels. But then there’s the […]
Let’s imagine a you enter a local pub and the background music is your favorite song, it might not be a coincidence. there could be a beacon behind it.
The Galaxy Note 7 might not me no more, but Samsung is still supporting its other flagships in earnest. Today, the company is rolling out Android 7.0 Nougat to the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, coupling Google's latest software improvements with a dash of TouchWiz design. The biggest changes can be found in the notification tray -- swipe down and you'll notice that the Quick Panel interface looks cleaner than before, with titles removed from each icon. The "second depth," opened with a subsequent downward swipe, has been reworked too with grouped icons. Notifications have also been bundled for easier sorting, and now support direct replies.