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Oreo For Galaxy S8 Doesn’t Bring Project Treble Support

02/08/2018, Google announced its Project Treble last year to enable its hardware partners to deliver Android updates faster. It’s no secret that Android updates aren’t rolled out as quickly as users would want them to which is why it’s a very...

4K Chromebooks Could Be Coming Soon

02/08/2018, While Full HD 1080 displays are more or less the standard and the norm these days when it comes to laptops, we’re starting to see laptop makers push displays to even higher resolutions, offering 2K or even 4K options. However for the most part,...

Google Photos Lets Users Create Their Own Themed Videos

02/07/2018, Google Photos is more than just a way for users to back-up their photos and videos. It is also smart enough to group photos and videos together based on when/where they were taken, which makes it easier to find them later. It can also put together a short...


Google Finally Removes Ad-Riddled VLC Copycat App From Store

02/07/2018, The idea behind open-source software is sharing, where users can take what was originally created to potentially create something better, or something else based on the original code. However usually it’s a sharing process, where what you create needs...

Nest To Merge With Google’s Hardware Team

02/07/2018, Several years ago, Google acquired Nest, a company that specialized in smart and connected home devices like thermostats, smoke detectors, and so on. For the most part Nest and Google existed separate of each other, where they each did their own thing....

Google Drive Lets Users Easily Comment On Microsoft Office Files

02/07/2018, Google Drive has received a new update today which is going to make it easier for users who rely on Google Drive to collaborate on projects to use a mix of Microsoft Office and G Suite while going about their work. It now allows users to comment on...

‘Brand New Version’ Of Google+ For Android In The Works

02/06/2018, While Google might have attempted their own social networking platform with Google+, it’s safe to say that things on the Google+ front have been somewhat quiet. However this isn’t to say that Google has given up on it or forgotten about it. In fact it...

Android Nougat Is Now The Most Used Version Of Android

02/05/2018, With Android 7.0 Nougat having been released back in 2016, it seems that it is only now that it has managed to rise through the ranks to become the most used version of Android at the moment. This is based on the Android distribution figures in which...

Google Enables Pixel 2 HDR+ Feature For Third-Party Photo Apps

02/05/2018, Some Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL owners might not be aware that their handsets include something called the Pixel Visual Core. It’s the first custom imaging co-processor that Google has ever made. It enables third-party apps like Instagram and Snapchat...

Google Fixes Android Wear’s ‘OK Google’ Lag

02/05/2018, Lag is something that is very annoying to deal with, whether it be in games, on our computer, when we are surfing the net, or using apps on our phones. It also applies to smartwatches where according to reports from last year, some Android Wear devices...

Google Giving Free Audiobooks For Google Home Owners

02/04/2018, Freebies are a great way to make your customers happy, and Google knows this because according to emails that Google Home owners are receiving, it looks like Google is giving away free audiobooks to those who own Google’s smart speaker. However we’re...

Android P Features Could Include Native Call Recording

02/04/2018, There are apps that you can use for recording calls on your Android smartphones but Google’s operating system hasn’t offered call recording as a native feature as yet. However, if a new report is to be believed, this might change with the next...

Google Also Cracking Down On Ads Featuring Cryptocurrency

02/01/2018, Recently it was announced that Facebook had started to ban ads about ICO and cryptocurrency, and it seems that they are not alone in this. Google is also said to be cracking down on similar ads, although in Google’s case it seems that they aren’t...