Google I/O 2018 has come to a close, and although there were no major hardware announcements to come from the event, there was still plenty of exciting new details about the future of Android as well as Google’s other products and services. The biggest announcement of course likely comes in the form of the reveal […]
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Polk Audio today announced the latest addition to its speaker lineup, the Polk Assist. A name that is specifically designed to highlight this is a smart speaker and one powered by Google Assistant. In fact, this is a highly Google-integrated speaker in general, as not only does it feature Assistant, but also Chromecast built-in, as […]
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Google wants Android to have voting-level security according to statements made at the company’s I/O 2018 developer conference during a session on What’s New With Android. During the session Google unveiled that it’s working on a new set of security protocols and technology that it already has a few different partners for, including the Royal […]
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Representatives of Google at the company’s I/O 2018 conference have reportedly confirmed that there’s a fix on the way for one of Google Home Max’s biggest issue – namely, input lag. It’s a problem that Google has been aware of for quite some time and one that has even been noted as especially bad since […]
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Google has tweaked heads-up notifications in Android P developer preview 2, though not by a huge margin, rather just slightly by adjusting the animations and making them a little bit more lively and visually noticeable. If you’ve already flashed the second developer preview for Google’s upcoming version of Android and you’ve already gotten an incoming […]
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Among the highlights of yesterday’s start to Google’s I/O 2018 developer conference was at least one new Android accessibility feature which should prove useful to those who have difficulties with speech or typing. That’s thanks to the determination of and efforts helmed by Tanya Finlayson. Having struggled with communication from a very young age, Finlayson […]
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Day one of Google I/O 2018 is wrapping up and with it much of the details on the latest happenings for many of Google’s products and services. The keynote speech was packed full of content about everything Google would be bringing to the Android platform, Chrome OS, Android TV, Google Assistant, and many other offerings […]
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This year’s Google I/O 2018 event saw the release of Android P’s second developer preview (DP2), with a ton of new features including new gesture controls. Specifically, those are the long-rumored gesture controls which see the home icon replaced and a new way to navigate the recent apps page. However, they also bring a couple of […]
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In keeping with the theme of today’s Google I/O 2018 event, Google has now unveiled an early preview of the first groundwork for a new library package called Android extension libraries or AndroidX as Google refers to it. As developers will have guessed, the preview represents a pretty massive change on the way for Android […]
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Google has introduced a brand new machine learning development kit and APIs as part of its Google I/O 2018 Developers Conference and Fishbrain has now been revealed as the first partner to take advantage of that. For those who may not be aware, Fishbrain is among the most popular apps for anglers on the Google […]
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