Libratone has announced the release of two new ‘Made for Google’ audio products. Yesterday Google confirmed the launch of the new Made for Google program, which is designed to support a wide range of companies who produce officially supported accessories for the company’s latest devices. It has now been confirmed that among those companies is Libratone, […]
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Google is officially selling its 3.5mm to USB Type-C replacement headphone adapter for $20 on the Google Store. It’s no secret that Google has ditched the headphone jack with the new Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, but the company did confirm at today’s event that an adapter dongle will be included in the box. […]
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With the Google Pixel 2 lineup, internet giant Google has included a new eSIM in order to make connectivity that much simpler. So far Google has confirmed that the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL will be available in three different ways: through Verizon, unlocked from the Google Store and via Project Fi, with the […]
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Google has announced its first pair of Bluetooth earphones, the Google Pixel Buds. Just like many recent Bluetooth earphone offerings from popular companies, the Google Pixel Buds include integration with a personal assistant, in this case, Google Assistant, something that brings a number of unique features to the experience. In terms of the overall design, […]
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BigCommerce has today confirmed that, in partnership with Instagram, it will be enabling support for sales through the social media platform. Instagram’s shopping feature has been in testing for nearly a year now, with the company initially launching the feature in November of last year, albeit to a limited number of companies. Now, though, it […]
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Instagram has confirmed at an Advertising Week event in New York that it has hit a new milestone, 800 million active users per month. Back in April, the Facebook-owned social media platform confirmed it had reached 700 million users, while engagement saw a significant boost thanks to its then-recently launched Stories feature. Now, just five […]
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Facebook has begun limited testing of a new group video chat app named Bonfire which could eventually come to Android. A few months back it was reported that Facebook had been working on a new video calling app, similar to Houseparty, which would allow users to quickly start video chatting with their friends. Now, though, […]
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According to recent reports, WhatsApp is currently testing a new feature for essentially “unsending” messages. The addition to the messaging service reportedly goes by the name “Delete for everyone” and will allow users to do just that – retract an already sent message before the recipient of it has had the chance to read it. […]
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A report by Chetan Sharma of Chetan Sharma Consulting indicates that the introduction of unlimited data plans has seen mobile data usage double. Before the introduction of unlimited plans over a year ago, the average data usage pattern was relatively simple. During the morning and evenings, data usage was pretty low, but during the day […]
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Apple has been riding high thanks to iPhone sales for just over 10 years now, but the company’s dependence on the device could eventually become a problem. In recent years, the speed at which iPhone sales have grown has slowed significantly, to the point of experiencing a decline in 2016. With the next iPhone just […]
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