Who ends up replacing Alexa? The complete Super Bowl ad is right here!

Last month, we showed you a teaser for Amazon’s Super Bowl ad. As you recall, Alexa had lost her voice and Amazon founder, CEO and richest man in the world Jeff Bezos, had agreed to a plan to replace her. But who ended up getting the gig? That is revealed in the complete version of the commercial, which you can view by clicking on the video at the top of this story. The first 15 seconds repeats the teaser, and from that point on, the content is brand new.

The first new scene takes place in the kitchen of a man who asks Alexa how to make a grilled cheese sandwich. Since Alexa has …

Watch Animoji come to life replacing actors on TV

What if animoji – the coolest iPhone X gimmick – could be the face of the most popular TV shows?
You don’t need to wonder anymore as creative YouTubers from the Corridor replaced the faces of artists in some of your favorite TV shows like Stranger Things, The Office and Full Metal Jacket with… animoji.
It’s a clever trick: the guys over at the Corridor tracked their own faces with animoji while speaking the lines of the characters and then imposed the animoji on top of the actors’ faces.
The result …

Google is replacing defective Nexus 6P units with Pixel XLs, but only in North America

Nexus 6P will probably soon reach its EOL (end of life) status, as the phone is most likely not being manufactured any longer. Even those customers who turn in their Nexus 6P units for repair are offered other models in case their phones are beyond repair and must be replaced.

Not sure if this is a good or bad thing, but if your Nexus 6P has issues that aren’t related to software, then you might be in luck. It appears that Google is now replacing all Nexus 6P phones with Pixel XLs if the former is under warranty.

Unfortunately, this seems to apply in the United States and Canada …

Replacing a screen can get your phone hacked

If you’re a long-time smartphone user, there’s a pretty good chance that you’ve experienced the “pleasures” of getting a cracked touchscreen. It happens to the best of us – after all, phone displays are made out of glass, a material that tends to shatter when dropped, even if it carries the “Gorilla” branding.

After such an incident occurs, some learn to peacefully coexist with the spider web pattern on their display (if it remains functional), others just go out and buy a new handset, while quite a few people also choose to stop by a repair …

2017 iPhone users can select Google Assistant as their default assistant replacing Siri?

A report published the other day claims that Apple and Google are working together on a way to allow iPhone users to select Google Assistant as their default virtual assistant, replacing Siri in that capacity. The way Google Assistant currently works on iOS is that the app is opened up like any other third party app,. The user then requests the information that he/she is seeking from Google Assistant,.and then closes the app when done. But if the source of this information is correct, iOS users who prefer Google Assistant over Siri will be able to make the change allowing Google to become the default …

Fuchsia is not replacing Android, at least not for now

Nearly two weeks ago, we told you about a new open source operating system that Google has been quietly working on. Called Fuchsia, the OS now has a proper user interface for smartphones and tablets. Unlike Android, which uses a kernel based on Linux, Fuchsia employs a kernel called Magenta. While some were thinking that Fuchsia was being groomed to replace Android down the road, we actually have something that resembles an explanation from Dave Burke, Google’s VP of engineering for Android.

According to Burke, Fuchsia is an early stage project that will “pivot and morph” The executive adds …