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Google Calendar gains the ability to automatically log you into conference calls

Google Calendar now scans calendar events for conference call access codes and member IDs, allowing you to login to your call with just a couple of taps.
by John DyeMay 12, 20166

Report: Android N won’t include “3D Touch” support at launch

When Android N launches this fall, the operating system will not include built-in support for pressure-sensitive touch screens in the vein of Apple’s 3D Touch.
by Bogdan PetrovanMay 12, 201641

Google Photos has added a comments section to shared albums

Shared albums in Google Photos now feature a comments section as well as improved smart suggestions for which photos to include.
by Kris CarlonMay 12, 20162

Google’s new iOS keyboard is called Gboard and it’s pretty awesome

Google just launched its iOS virtual keyboard app. It’s called Gboard and it makes us a bit jealous on iPhone users.
by Bogdan PetrovanMay 12, 201684

Report: Google’s “Chirp” will be its answer to Amazon’s Echo

A report by recode indicates Google wants to get in on the Amazon Echo-esque action with Chirp. The device is said to look like its OnHub wireless router.
by Matthew BensonMay 12, 20163

Republic Wireless introduces new phones you will actually care about

Good news, guys! Republic Wireless has announced they will be introducing 7 new smartphones to their selection, this July.
by Edgar CervantesMay 11, 201622

Google wants better female representation in emoji

We have plenty of professional male emoji, but where are all the women? Google has submitted a proposal to Unicode Consortium petitioning their addition.
by John DyeMay 11, 201639

Google now lets you translate with one tap, in any app

Google Translate just got even more impressive. In the latest update, the app gains the ability to easily translate text in any app, offline access for iOS, and support for Chinese in ...
by Bogdan PetrovanMay 11, 20168

Google Cardboard now available in Google Play in UK, Canada, Germany and France

Fans of affordable virtual reality can now buy Google Cardboard through Google Play in Canada, the UK, France or Germany, with discounts for buying two.
by Kris CarlonMay 11, 20163

Samsung has a task force charged with creating chips for self-driving cars

Samsung has reportedly formed a task force charged with developing chips for autonomous vehicles within its semiconductor division.
by Kris CarlonMay 9, 2016
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