It seems Google is readying a new “Copyless Paste” feature for Chrome for Android. The feature is already showing up in both the developer and the Canary versions of Chrome for Android, and can be enabled in the flag settings within the app. In terms of the feature, the ‘Copyless Paste’ name is fairly descriptive […]
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Another month is now drawing to a close and it is again time to look at the best of the best when it comes to Chromebooks. 2017 is already proving to be a great year for Chromebooks with a number of new ones having already been announced. In fact, Lenovo announced a brand new Chromebook […]
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The C NOTE is one of the latest smartphones to come from UMIDIGI and places a good degree of its focus on what it offers its consumers, for the price it is offered at. In fact, UMIDIGI has now released a new announcement and video detailing how and why it created this smartphone. Stating that […]
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So you are looking to get into Android TV but are a little unsure about whether it is worth bothering with? Well, that is understandable. It is still a platform in its infancy (although some might disagree), it is also a platform that does not have wide enough app and service support, and it is […]
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It seems Uber is not currently able to retain a significant number of its drivers over the long term. Based on a report from The Information this week (which in turn credits data seen by the publication), Uber has only managed to retain 4-percent of the drivers that it had on its books a year […]
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A report which came through yesterday noted that Google is reportedly planning to introduce a new ad-blocker to its Chrome browser. According to the details, the ad-blocker would be available on both mobile and desktop versions of Chrome. Now, and in spite of there still being no formal confirmation from Google on the blocker’s existence, […]
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For owners of the OnePlus 3 or the Oneplus 3T who are part of the OxygenOS beta program, there is a new update now available for your device. For the OnePlus 3, the update comes in the form of OxygenOS Open Beta 14, while for the OnePlus 3T, the update comes in the form of […]
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Google has today announced the release of what it refers to as ‘a new experimental VR film’ called “Tabel.” The name is a play on the word ‘table’ as that is essentially where the focus of the film lies. More specifically, tables. A busy restaurant is the backdrop for the movie and the film plays […]
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Microsoft has today announced the launch of To-Do, following a reported closed beta availability of the app. As the name suggests, the app is a to-do app, although it has been designed to be more intuitive and intelligent, and has been put-together by the team behind Wunderlist, following its acquisition by Microsoft. The new app […]
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There is a YouTuber, JerryRigEverything who is quickly becoming the de facto durability tester for smartphones and with the Samsung Galaxy S8 about to become widely available, it is probably not much of a surprise to see it now being put through its durability paces. What might be more of a surprise though, is how […]
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