Google’s Inbox app was initially launched as an alternative to the regular Gmail app back in 2014, although it never really took off on the same level as the latter. Despite this, however, the app has gained a loyal user base but, to the disappointment of some, it’s been confirmed that two features are being deactivated.
After filling the low-end with the G6 family, it’s time for Motorola to work its way upwards in the 2018 phone crop by announcing the successor to its successful Z2 Play midranger from last year, dubbed lovingly… the Z3 Play, what did you expect.
While Motorola has upgraded specs where it matters, like the processing power, and the camera area, the biggest changes from last year’s generation, to the new Play, are in the design. Sporting the trendy tall an narrow screen aspect ratio, the Z3 Play manages to fit a 6” 1080 x 2160 pixels AMOLED screen in the same dimensions it has …
Google has been talking a lot about Lens in the last couple of months and many smartphone makers have already adopted the search giant plans to expand the app’s availability on as many products as possible.
The last Google Lens related announcement belongs to Sony, as the company confirmed Lens has been integrated into the camera app of two of its smartphones, the Xperia XZ2 and Xperia XZ2 Compact.
Today, Google made it even easier for Android users to take advantage of what Lens has to offer. A new standalone Google Lens app is now available for download in some countries. If the …
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For a while now, we’ve been hearing reports about this year’s Google Pixel phones. From the rumor that there may be three new handsets this time around — with one supposed midranger to be added to your usual flagship duo — to exact leaks pointing out that the Pixel 3 XL’s display would have an OLED panel made by LG.
We also keep hearing about the notch. Allegedly, the Pixel 3 XL will have a cutout at the top of the display, housing not one but two selfie cameras, while the regular Pixel 3 would keep the classic …
Some of us already like screaming at our Xbox when things don’t go our way, but you might be able to make those vocalisations useful.
As first reported by Windows Central, Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa voice assistants are on their way to the console, giving users an additional option on top of Microsoft’s Cortana.
A screenshot from an upcoming version of the Xbox One software shows a digital assistants section in the console’s preferences menu, where it also asks users to add Xbox related skills via the Alexa app. Read more…