Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus flagship handsets have a number of reports under their belts of not working properly with Samsung’s official wireless charging solutions in some capacity, and Samsung has finally responded to its users about the issue. According to SamsungViv on the company’s community forums, the company is not only aware […]
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Google’s Chatbase framework for AI-based chat bot analytics has been limited to use by select early adopters handpicked by Google, but an announcement by the web giant today indicates that Chatbase is now available for any bot developers who want to use it. Chatbase is completely free, and can be used by anybody with a […]
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Tech giant Foxconn has a vested interest in seeing self-driving cars succeed, and is thus studying the possibility of rolling out dedicated lanes for such vehicles, starting with Interstate 94, a major highway that runs through Wisconsin. According to local transit authorities, this is one of many proposals that are currently being evaluated regarding how […]
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Web giant Google has officially begun rolling out Google Fiber service in San Antonio, Texas. The rollout is starting with availability in the West End Park and Westover Hills areas, and will be expanding outward from those territories over time. Residents who are in those areas will find that they’re able to get a gigabit […]
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Google, as a company, has had obvious reasons to object to some tenets of the UK-born “Right To Be Forgotten” law set from the start, and now Senior Vice President and General Counsel Kent Walker is presenting two cases that could set major precedents, and is asking for members of the public to join Google […]
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Web giant Google brought its Grow With Google initiative to Indianapolis for a weekend of workshops, seminars, coaching, and panel talks. The company descended upon the Indiana State Museum to spend the weekend working with interested parties like job seekers and small businesses to help them grow their skills and outlook to fit the modern […]
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Phone maker OnePlus mistakenly left a testing app made by Qualcomm preloaded on some devices, and according to one Twitter user who decompiled its APK, the app can be used to achieve root privileges on devices that it’s present on. The app in question is called EngineerMode, and it can be found on the OnePlus […]
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Google has been sending out emails to developers whose apps use Android’s built-in accessibility API stating that any apps that do so in a manner meant to do anything besides help users with disabilities will have to change the offending behavior, or risk being de-listed from the Play Store. The accessibility API built into Android […]
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Instagram appears to be testing a new feature that allows users to follow hashtags. According to a screenshot posted to Twitter by Instagram user Pippa Akram, the feature will show users the newest and hottest posts and other content that use a followed hashtag, in much the same way that the service would show somebody […]
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Essential’s debut device, the Essential PH-1, is now down to only $5 per month on a Sprint Flex lease after a $25 down payment, for qualifying customers. The lease lasts 18 months, after which the consumer can pay the balance between what they’ve paid at that point and the full price of the phone in […]
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