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What would you change in Android 9 Pie?

Saturday, September 8th, 2018

Android 9 Pie officially landed just over a month ago, but we've been collectively anticipating the changes it brought since the first developer preview was released over six months ago. In that time, we've painstakingly assembled an extensive list of the features and tweaks Google delivered. Most of our readers probably know the details of this latest version backward and forward at this point, and so we're curious: If you could, what would you change in Android P?

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What would you change in Android 9 Pie? was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Android P: Our 5 favorite new features so far

Tuesday, March 13th, 2018

Today marks the 7th day that Android P's first developer preview has been available. In the time since, we've spent countless hours digging through P on our phones, decorticating every feature, and checking every tip about small and large changes alike. Our full list of P features has now surpassed 50 items and we've rounded them up with a quick description in case you don't want to spend hours reading each one (though we encourage you to).

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Android P: Our 5 favorite new features so far was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Android P: Our 5 favorite new features so far

Tuesday, March 13th, 2018

Today marks the 7th day that Android P's first developer preview has been available. In the time since, we've spent countless hours digging through P on our phones, decorticating every feature, and checking every tip about small and large changes alike. Our full list of P features has now surpassed 50 items and we've rounded them up with a quick description in case you don't want to spend hours reading each one (though we encourage you to).

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Android P: Our 5 favorite new features so far was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Facebook vows to bump news stories from local sources higher up the news feed

Tuesday, January 30th, 2018

There have been a few signs already this year that Facebook is maybe feeling the heat. Perhaps younger users are tending towards trendier, more dynamic forms of social media. Perhaps older users are tiring of such platforms altogether and going back to sending hand-written letters. Whatever the reason, Facebook understands that it needs to make some changes to keep its users coming back.

So far this year, the company has killed its unsuccessful virtual assistant, promised to clean up Messenger's act, and committed to making the Facebook news feed more personal.

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Facebook vows to bump news stories from local sources higher up the news feed was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Google’s new search tools and changes could help combat fake news

Tuesday, April 25th, 2017

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Since time immemorial (1998) Google's bread, butter, and raison d'être has been search. Now Google's changing the way search works a bit, empowering users by adding new feedback tools and changing results from their search ranking to bring you more relevant and accurate information. With these changes users should see less in the way of so-called "fake news" and other non-factual content (excluding searches for that material), and more accurate and relevant information pertaining to their search.

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Google's new search tools and changes could help combat fake news was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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