In Short: According to a post on Google Groups, which was submitted on the Pixel User Community, some Pixel 3 phones have issues saving pictures. Truth be said, we did not have such issues on either of our units, but Artem Russakovskii (from Android Police), who shared the post, did, as some other users. He […]
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Google is by far the most popular search engine out there, but in case you’re really worried about privacy, there is a really good alternative to it that is called DuckDuckGo. Now, most of you have probably never heard of this search engine, as it’s less known than Yahoo and Bing, for example, but it’s […]
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In short: Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL smartphones that are linked to Verizon will not work on other carriers unless they are activated through Verizon first. This is based on confirmation given by a Verizon representative to a number of media outlets including The Verge who confirmed this is not a policy specific […]
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In Short: iFixit has just confirmed that the Google Pixel 3 features a panel from LG Display, not from Samsung, as its bigger brother, and it seems like this is a newer version of the OLED panel that Google used in the Pixel 2 XL. iFixit had published a Pixel 3 XL teardown quite recently, […]
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In Short: Keep Notes aka Google Keep is the latest application to receive Google’s new Material Design. The company is rolling the update to everyone as we speak, and this update will revamp the app’s design completely, as it will make it far more white than it used to be, while icons will be hollow […]
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In brief: A Google patent might be providing a good look at how the inclusion of a stylus will offer improved functionality in the future. As the patent details a stylus that’s equipped with its own wireless interface, memory and processor. The patent does not particularly emphasize the need for a stylus to contain all of […]
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In short: Google debuted Smart Compose for Gmail back at Google I/O in May. It was available on the desktop version of Gmail. But earlier this month at the #MadeByGoogle hardware event, the search giant announced that it was coming to the Gmail app on Android. Smart Compose is apparently rolling out now on the […]
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In Short: Early Google Camera port with both Night Sight and Live Google Lens has just appeared online. This port has appeared on XDA Developers’ forums (posted by Arnova8G2), and this is a port of the Google Camera v6.1 application that comes pre-installed on both the Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, which were […]
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In short: Google Discover is getting ads once again. According to a couple of users on Reddit, they are seeing ads in the Google Discover feed, and this is the second time that Google has been testing ads in Discover. It had tested them in Discover in the past, this time they have opted to […]
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In short: Google’s big hardware event on Tuesday brought quite a few new devices, including the Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL, Pixel Slate and Google Home Hub. But it turns out that Google did not mention “Android” once. This is actually a pretty big deal, considering Google has mentioned Android during every public hardware event […]
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