Google Assistant was introduced on the Nvidia SHIELD in 2017, and although the experience wasn’t as full and well-rounded as on other platforms, Assistant on the SHIELD has slowly been learning and growing.
With the help of a few apps, you can use the iPhone 8 like a pro
In this day and age of mass automation and AI-driven experiences, it may seem counterintuitive to rely on manual camera controls on your brand new, shiny, bezel-less, smartphone. I mean, why even bother with adjusting so many variables when you can just point your phone at something, tap a button, and get an arguably good-looking result? Right? Well, there’s actually a good reason dabble in the mighty manual mode. In fact, let me tell you, using manual mode is just like shooting on full “Auto,” only a heck of a lot better!
KnockON: double tap the screen to turn it off or on
The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are already out and you may already have one in your hands. Congratulations on the new device! The new iPhones are not only incredibly powerful, thanks to the new Bionic chips, but are also the longest-lasting iPhones we’ve put through our battery life test.
10 and a half hours of screen on time for the large Plus variant and 8 and a half hours for the regular-sized iPhone 8 are absolutely nothing to snark at. In fact, these numbers will probably last the average user well enough and will keep power users grinning for most of the day.
Samsung might not have made a huge evolutionary stride with the Galaxy Note 8, but that doesn’t take away from the handset’s excellence.
Purchasing one will get you a cutting-edge design, a massive 6.3-inch display, and some of the best hardware specs money can buy. Combine this with an advanced-dual camera composition and the new S-Pen stylus, and you get one of the most feature-packed handsets released to date.
Still, this plethora of functionalities can be a bit overwhelming, especially if you’re a first-time buyer. Thus, we’ve compiled a number of tricks …
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