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Don’t fear Frankenstein’s Galaxy Note 7

by Robert Triggs 14 hours ago19 comments

MWC 2017: Everything revealed so far

by Team AA 15 hours ago14 comments

What would you change about Google Allo?

by Jimmy Westenberg 3 days ago159 comments

5 iconic Nokia phones HMD could bring back

by John Callaham 3 days ago31 comments
55 articles

Google Photos ‘Albums’ view gets tweaked to show more stuff

The Google Photos version 2.8 update brings more content into the albums view and drops the full-width photos.
by Scott Adam Gordon3 weeks ago

15 best Android apps of 2017

Android evolves just a little more every year, but apps remain just as important as ever. In this roundup, we'll look at the best Android apps of 2017!
by Joe Hindy4 weeks ago107

Google Home receiving support for Netflix and Google Photos (UPDATE: now available)

The update allows users to ask the Google Home to stream Netflix and Google Photos content to a Chromecast.
by Scott Adam GordonDecember 14, 20161

Google brings more beautiful wallpapers to your phone or Mac

Google is taking photos from its Google+ social network and making them available for use as wallpapers on Android or Mac.
by David ImelNovember 29, 20166

Google’s PhotoScan app helps save old images, new editing features for Google Photos (Update: Play link is live!)

Google has launched PhotoScan, an app that digitizes old print images, while also adding new features for the Google Photos app.
by John CallahamNovember 15, 201610

Google reveals RAISR: an image enhancement tech which uses machine learning

Google has shared details on RAISR, its new image enhancement technology which uses machine learning to produce high-quality versions of low-quality images.
by Scott Adam GordonNovember 15, 20167

Google Photos now allows you to create animations offline

The latest update to the Google Photos app for Android now allows user to create animations without the need for an Internet connection.
by John CallahamNovember 11, 20161

Google Photos will rotate awkward sideways pictures for you

With the latest update, Google Photos will bring you more meaningful throwbacks, more action-packed animations, and suggested rotations for sideways photos.
by Brian ReighOctober 12, 201616

Latest Google Photos update makes sharing photos much, much easier

In a new update, Google Photos is getting sharing improvements and new automatic concept video creations.
by Jimmy WestenbergSeptember 19, 20168

Google Photos hits v2.0 with new permanent album sorting

Google Photos has been updated to version 2.0 this week, which introduces a number of small UI tweaks and the ability to permanently sort album photos.
by Robert TriggsSeptember 15, 20165
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