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  • [Update: Live now] NVIDIA prepping Spectre vulnerability patch for SHIELD Tablet

    NVIDIA launched the SHIELD Tablet way back in the summer of 2014. Most device makers would have long since abandoned a tablet from that era, but NVIDIA has kept it reasonably up-to-date. The tablet is running Nougat and got the KRACK patch late last year.

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    [Update: Live now] NVIDIA prepping Spectre vulnerability patch for SHIELD Tablet was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • [Che grande!] Italian Google Store shows the Google Home and Home Mini, but they’re still on a waitlist

    The signs have been accumulating over the past few weeks: Italian showed up among the languages supported on the Google Home, then it also was listed on third-party Assistant speakers, and just this morning plenty of Google Home support pages (like th…

  • Samsung’s Exynos 9610 chipset brings AI and 480fps video recording to the mid-range segment

    Samsung’s mid-range Exynos 9610 chipset is built on the 10nm node, the same as the flagship Exynos 9810.

    Samsung has announced the latest chipset in the mid-range Exynos 7 Series, the Exynos 9610. Naming irregularities aside, there’s a lot to like in the Exynos 9610. The chipset is built on the 10nm node — much like the Exynos 9810 and the Snapdragon 845 — and comes with a host of new features that include AI-based image processing, 480fps slow-motion video recording, and increased performance.

    The marquee feature is the upgraded multimedia capabilities, with the Exynos 9610 featuring a neural network engine for “enhanced face detection, as well as single camera out-focusing and augmented low-light images.” Samsung says the face detection algorithm detects faces that are partially covered (with a hat or a sizeable beard, for instance), and that its smart depth sensing algorithm allows for portrait mode with a single camera, similar to what Google offers on the Pixel 2…

  • Here’s the list of Xiaomi phones that will receive the MIUI 9.5 update

    Over 30 Xiaomi phones will receive the MIUI 9.5 update.

    Xiaomi has started rolling out the MIUI 9.5 update, bringing a host of new features and system-wide optimizations along with bug fixes. The OTA update will be making its way to over 30 Xiaomi devices over the course of the next month, including the likes of the Redmi Note 5 Pro, Mi Mix 2, Redmi Y1, and more.

    Xiaomi has shared a broad timeline for when eligible devices will receive the OTA update on the MIUI forums. The first wave of devices will start receiving the update later this week, with the update hitting a majority of phones next month. Here’s when you can expect to get the MIUI 9.5 OTA update on your Xiaomi phone:

    Late March

    Redmi Note 3 Special Edition
    Redmi Note 3 (Qualcomm version)
    Redmi Note 4 (Qualcomm and MediaTek models)
    Redmi Note 4X
    Mi Max
    Mi Max Prime
    Redmi 4 Prime
    Redmi 4A
    Redmi 3S
    Early April

    Redmi Note 5 Pro
    Redmi Note 5
    Mi Max 2
    Mi 5
    Mi 6
    Mi Mix 2
    Redmi Note 5A/5A Prime
    Redmi Y1/Y1 Lite
    Redmi 5A

  • MIUI 9.5 stable build is now rolling out — here’s the full changelog

    Xiaomi starts rolling out the stable version of MIUI 9.5, with over 30 devices slated to receive the update.

    A few months after the release of MIUI 9.2, Xiaomi is now rolling out the stable build of MIUI 9.5. The latest version of MIUI includes a laundry list of bug fixes along with a ton of new features, including a new start page and kernel optimizations for the built-in browser, ability to automatically turn off the Wi-Fi hotspot when you exceed your cellular data limit, transfer app data from within Mi Mover, and more.

    The OTA update is starting to roll out, and Xiaomi has mentioned that MIUI 9.05 will be making its way to over 30 eligible devices, including the likes of the Redmi Note 5 Pro, last year’s Redmi Note 4, Mi Mix 2, and others.

    While you’re waiting for the update to hit your phone, here’s the full changelog for the MIUI 9.5 release:

    New – Resume interrupted transfers in Mi Mover without starting over (11-30)
    New – Revamped start page and optimi…

  • Cortana can now make calls and send texts via voice input [APK Download]

    Most voice assistants can make calls and send texts without the user having to touch his/her screen, but that wasn’t true for Cortana on Android until now. The latest update adds this capability, and even though it’s nothing groundbreaking, it’s sure …

  • Best Buy to allegedly cease sales of Huawei smartphones

    Huawei isn’t having an easy time in the US market. In January, it was revealed that both AT&T and Verizon had pulled out of deals to carry the Chinese company’s smartphones due to pressure from the US government. CNET is now reporting that Best Buy is ending its partnership with Huawei, and that the retailer will no longer offer the company’s smartphones for sale.

    According to the report, Best Buy chose to pull the plug on the partnership with Huawei, likely due to the same government pressure that caused AT&T and Verizon to cancel their carrier deals.

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    Best Buy to allegedly cease sales of Huawei smartphones was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Video chat in Facebook Messenger Lite is live [APK Download]

    Earlier this month, Facebook announced that video chat would soon be added to Messenger Lite. Video chat’s been a staple of the standard version of Messenger for a long time, but given that Messenger Lite is supposed to be lighter and have less clutte…

  • The HTC Vive Focus is launching internationally later this year

    HTC Vive’s venture into standalone VR headsets, the Vive Focus, was unveiled late last year, but the launch was unfortunately confined to the Chinese market. Unlike existing VR headsets such as the Oculus Rift or the standard HTC Vive, the Focus doesn’t require being tethered to a powerful computer to work, making it a truly standalone experience. On the other hand, existing standalone virtual reality goggles like the Gear VR, Daydream View, or upcoming Oculus Go don’t have spatial tracking, meaning that users aren’t able to move around in 3D space.

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    The HTC Vive Focus is launching internationally later this year was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Galaxy S9 and S9+ to get ARCore support in the next few weeks

    ARCore first came onto the scene in August of last year with support for the Pixel and Galaxy S8, with more phones added late last month to the official compatibility list. The Galaxy S9 and S9+, which were announced shortly after that latest update, …

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