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  • Google is working on native hearing aid support for Android

    In partnership with Danish firm GN Hearing, Google is currently developing a protocol to enable native hearing aid support in Android. The open specification will allow users with hearing impairments to connect their aids to their phone for a better u…

  • Google is working on native hearing aid support for Android

    In partnership with Danish firm GN Hearing, Google is currently developing a protocol to enable native hearing aid support in Android. The open specification will allow users with hearing impairments to connect their aids to their phone for a better u…

  • Mate 20: Huawei flagship coming to shake things up in autumn

    Huawei is sticking to its new rhythm and will not present the Mate 20 at IFA. Instead, the Kirin 980 will be presented there, and the new flagship will emerge in October. Actually, hardly any smartphone manufacturer will have a new smartphone to show a…

  • Smart speaker sales up 187% in Q2 2018: Google Home leads the pack, Chinese market sees rapid growth

    With the ultra-affordable Google Home Mini and Echo Dot often on sale for as little as $30, it’s no surprise that sales of smart speakers have gone through the roof over the past 12 months. The global market saw year-on-year growth of 187% in Q2, with total shipments increasing from 5.8 million in 2017 to a staggering 16.8 million for the same period in 2018. Google’s lead from Q1 has been retained — it sold 5.4 million Home devices in the second quarter.

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  • Google Goggles is dead, now prompts users to install Lens

    When Google Lens was first announced a year ago, many pointed out its similarities to the long-abandoned Google Goggles app. Both were designed to identify objects in pictures, but Lens is far smarter thanks to a healthy dose of machine learning.
    Goog…

  • Xiaomi Mi A2: Everything you need to know

    Xiaomi’s latest Android One device is one of its best.

    With the Mi A2, Xiaomi has retained a lot of the elements that made last year’s Mi A1 one of the best budget phones of 2017, while rolling out upgrades in key areas to make it an enticing option in 2018.

    It was the Mi A1 that kicked off the Android One rebirth last year, and the model has worked very well to fill the void left by the Nexus. The Mi A2 is an ambitious effort that brings robust hardware to the $300 price point, but where the phone truly shines in the cameras. Here’s what you need to know about the Xiaomi Mi A2.

    Here are the specs

    When talking about value, there are few brands that come close to Xiaomi, and the Mi A2 exemplifies the company’s ethos. The phone is powered by a Snapdragon 660, has class-leading 12MP + 20MP cameras at the back, and costs under $300.

    Sure, it’s missing out on a few features — the headphone jack and the MicroSD slot — but as an overall package, it’s one of the best devices…

  • Google is adding subtopics to comparison queries for quicker access to common questions

    Anyone who’s used Google search recently will know how many different cards that have been implemented as of late. Google is now taking this a step further by including automatically generated expandable tabs that elaborate on different aspects of sea…

  • Motorola P30: the iPhone X/Huawei P20 clone nobody asked for

    Until now, Motorola had resisted cloning other devices or introducing the trendy notch into its smartphones. But, the rumors were true and Motorola has just presented its Huawei P20/iPhone X clone, which will be released only in China, at least for now…

  • Firebase announces new in-app messaging capabilities, enhancements to the console and Crashlytics services, and more

    A big new set of services began rolling out to Firebase users today. Google’s mainstream service for push messaging and other app services just announced an assortment of new capabilities. The big addition in this update is a new in-app messaging feat…

  • Latest update to Fortnite appears to fix its biggest performance issues

    The hottest game of 2018 has finally arrived on Android.

    Fortnite has been blowing up lately. Millions of people have become obsessed with the game, both as players and just watching popular Twitch streamers play the game.

    Interested to learn more about what the heck Fortnite is all about? Just keep reading.

    What’s new with Fortnite?

    August 16, 2018 — Update v5.21 addresses Fortnite’s poor performance on most Android phones

    On the same day that Fornite started rolling out for non-Samsung Galaxy devices, the Fortnite devs took to Twitter to acknowledge stability issues with the app on devices with 4GB of RAM — which describes almost all Android phones that Fortnite is currently available on.

    We have seen reports that some players on 4GB Android devices are encountering an issue causing poor performance. This is due to multiple background applications running–leaving the device without enough memory for Fortnite. We are investigating and working on a fix!—…

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