Gmail users on Android finally have the option to change their Google account password from their phone, among other new options, many of which users have been asking about for quite some time. Along with your password, you’ll be able to change your basic profile information and privacy settings as well as other options, all […]
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Chrome is going to be graduating to version 64 in the development channel soon, and that update will bring with it a new feature called Unified Autoplay, which seeks, first and foremost, to stop unwanted sound from autoplaying video content like ads. The new feature blocks autoplaying of any videos with audio, with a few […]
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Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg spoke at the IAA Frankfurt Motor Show in Germany, saying that the company does not want to compete with the country’s major automakers. Sandberg clarified that the company is indeed in the business of making systems for self-driving cars, but does not plan to create its own vehicles to put those […]
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Android 8.0 (Oreo) is finally beginning to make its way out to devices outside of the Pixel and Nexus range thanks to the coordinated efforts of the custom ROM development community, and the folks at XDA Developers have taken it upon themselves to begin curating a constantly updated list of devices that have such ROMs […]
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Lyft has announced that it is partnering with startup Drive.ai and will be making use of its retrofitting kit to start creating self-driving vehicles and testing them in the San Francisco Bay area in the near future. Drive.ai recently received the first self-driving test permit for the area and beat significantly larger companies like Google […]
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Google is sending out mailers to Microsoft Azure partners in an attempt to get them to switch to Google’s products and services, according to a report from The Petri IT Knowledgebase. The site received the attached images, which depict a parcel that has been reportedly showing up on Microsoft partners’ doorsteps. This package, decorated in […]
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Google is adding a new feature to G Suite called Drive File Streaming, which will supplant the official Google Drive app within G Suite for Mac and PC. Drive File Streaming allows users to access files in their Google Drive on-demand, and use them on the target device as if they were downloaded. Essentially, the […]
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Google has expanded its Daydream Elements program, and has distilled all of its development thus far into a blog post and accompanying video. Daydream Elements, a fundamental set of best practices for Daydream which all come with open-source examples and editor code, was first introduced at this year’s Google I/O. Since then, it has been […]
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Fantom Fathom has announced a new software solution called HyperDash that proposes to solve VR gaming’s movement problem, and has built a game called APEX Tournament around it. The movement solution essentially consists of having players use their own body as a joystick. When the player leans, motion in the game is determined by the […]
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FirstNet, the separate cellular and radio network made specifically for first responders, has officially garnered opt-in agreements from 20 different states and US territories. The full list now includes over one third of the total states and territories that belong to the United States of America. As of now, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Hawaii, Iowa, Kansas, […]
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