Google Testing Quick Reply Support In Chrome For Android

Google Chrome on Android may soon offer the option to reply to notifications directly from the status bar. The feature was noted in a the Chromium Gerrit by XDA-Developers and is basically an extension of the already available Quick Reply feature on Android. Quick Reply came about with the introduction of Android 7.0 (Nougat) and […]

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Chrome Background Tabs To Get 5-Minute Loading Limit On Android

Background tabs in Chrome on Android will soon have a five-minute loading limit imposed on them by Google. This was first reported on by XDA-Developers following the initial spotting of a Chromium Gerrit commit, although since then more detailed documentation on the feature has come to light, suggesting it is nearing implementation. This is designed […]

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Alexa & Google Assistant 30% Less Accurate For Non-US Accents

It seems like Alexa and Google Assistant are noticeably less likely to understand non-American accents, at least according to a recently published research. This information comes from The Washington Post, and it’s based on the results that two teams of researchers have come up with. According to the findings, Alexa and Google Assistant are about […]

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Alexa & Google Assistant 30% Less Accurate For Non-US Accents

It seems like Alexa and Google Assistant are noticeably less likely to understand non-American accents, at least according to a recently published research. This information comes from The Washington Post, and it’s based on the results that two teams of researchers have come up with. According to the findings, Alexa and Google Assistant are about […]

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Alexa & Google Assistant 30% Less Accurate For Non-US Accents

It seems like Alexa and Google Assistant are noticeably less likely to understand non-American accents, at least according to a recently published research. This information comes from The Washington Post, and it’s based on the results that two teams of researchers have come up with. According to the findings, Alexa and Google Assistant are about […]

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Google Pixel 3 & 3 XL Codenames Keep Popping Up In AOSP

The Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL handsets keep on popping up in AOSP. These two handsets are expected to arrive in September or October this year, and become Google’s all-new flagship phones, while these listings only further confirm that will actually happen. Google keeps on referencing both devices in AOSP commits, crosshatch mentions […]

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Google Unveils Upcoming Features For YouTube Music

Google has offered a glimpse of a number of new features set to come to YouTube Music over the next few months in response to feedback gathered from users. YouTube Music has been frequently receiving a slew of updates that add a number of new features alongside a new premium option meant to bring the service […]

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Google’s Android Dev Summit Will Take Place On November 7 & 8

Google has now confirmed it will be hosting a new Android Dev Summit this year. The announcement on this came through the Android Developers Twittle channel and states the two-day event will take place on November 7 and 8, 2018. As is probably to be expected with a Google event, the Android Dev Summit will […]

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Chrome Canary Can Now Alert Users To Data-Heavy Pages

Google’s Chrome browser has a new flag in the Canary channel that alerts users when pages make heavy use of data. The new feature is called “Heavy Page Capping,” and it can be enabled in the newest Chrome Canary release with the flag “chrome://flags/#enable-heavy-page-capping”. This will work across the mobile and desktop versions of Chrome […]

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Google Revives Blob Emoji As Animated Stickers

A while back, Google said a fond farewell to the blob emoji that had been a core part of communication on Android for years, but now they’re back as animated stickers in Gboard and Android Messages. They’re usable in Android Messages no matter what keyboard you’re using, and will be sent over RCS as any […]

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