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  • Facebook now allows users to appeal certain removed posts

    The removal of Facebook posts that violate some of the social network’s policies can now be appealed. Content flagged for certain violations will be made private, and the poster presented the option to begin an appeals process to restore the post.

    Po…

  • New Google Tasks is made official with standalone Android and iOS app

    It’s been apparent for some time that Google was working on a new Tasks app, and further confirmation of this came with the leaked Gmail redesign. Now it’s official. Google Tasks has been completely overhauled and is now unrecognizable from the hardly…

  • The new Gmail is here with a modern interface, snooze, confidential email, and more

    After several leaks, the updated Gmail interface and functionality is launching officially today for both consumers and enterprise G Suite users. There’s a lot to unpack, so without further ado, here are all the new features you can expect to see.

    For consumers

    The new web Gmail experience is launching today on the web. You can opt in to try it out by going to the Settings icon on the top right of your inbox and choosing “Try the new Gmail.” It’s not live for me yet, but it should roll out soon during the day.

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    The new Gmail is here with a modern interface, snooze, confidential email, and more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • The new Gmail is here with a modern interface, snooze, confidential email, and more

    After several leaks, the updated Gmail interface and functionality is launching officially today for both consumers and enterprise G Suite users. There’s a lot to unpack, so without further ado, here are all the new features you can expect to see.

    For consumers

    The new web Gmail experience is launching today on the web. You can opt in to try it out by going to the Settings icon on the top right of your inbox and choosing “Try the new Gmail.” It’s not live for me yet, but it should roll out soon during the day.

    Read More

    The new Gmail is here with a modern interface, snooze, confidential email, and more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • OnePlus 6 launches May 16th at London event

    By this point, we’re able to piece together a pretty good picture of the upcoming OnePlus 6. It’s going to have a notch. Unless you don’t want it to have a notch. Unsurprisingly, it’s going to have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chip with up to 8GB of RAM …

  • Moto G6, G6 Play, and G6 Plus: Everything you need to know!

    It has six Gs. Count ’em.

    Motorola’s new Moto G6 series isn’t a reinvention of the product line exactly, but it moves the brand further in that luxury budget category so many companies, from Honor to Xiaomi, are vying to win.

    There are three new phones in the series — the Moto G6, G6 Plus and G6 Play — and they’re all intriguing in their own ways. Let’s take a look at what you need to know.

    Read (and watch) our preview!

    Interested in jumping right into the action? We’ve got a full hands-on preview for you to look at right… now.

    Moto G6 series hands-on: Hello photo

    There are three to choose from

    The Moto G6 isn’t a single phone, but three (so far), each aimed at a different segment of the budget market.

    The Moto G6 Play is the cheapest, and forgoes some of the camera fanciness for a $199 price point. It’s also made of shiny plastic instead of shiny glass. Its 720p display isn’t great, but it’s good enough in its 5.7-inch, 2:1 aspect ratio. Its rear fingerpr…

  • Xiaomi Mi 6X offers upgraded cameras and Snapdragon 660 for just $250

    The Mi 6X is the phone that sets the foundation for Xiaomi’s upcoming Android One device.

    Xiaomi is once again doing what it’s good at — launching products that offer incredible value for money. The manufacturer unveiled the Mi 6X at a media event in China, with the phone likely to make its way to global markets as the Mi A2, the successor to the Android One-based Mi A1.

    Just as the Redmi Note 5 Pro was the first device to introduce the Snapdragon 636 to the $200 segment, the Mi 6X is the first phone for under $300 to feature the Snapdragon 660. The rest of the specs aren’t all that bad either: you get a 5.99-inch FHD+ panel, up to 6GB of LPDDR4X RAM and 128GB of storage, microSD slot, IR blaster, Wi-Fi ac, Bluetooth 5.0, and a 3010mAh battery.

    On the software side of things, the Mi 6X runs the latest version of MIUI 9 atop Android 8.1 Oreo. Another welcome change is the addition of USB-C, as well as the inclusion of Quick Charge 3.0.

    On the camera side of things, the Mi …

  • Gmail’s massive redesign is now live: Here’s a look at the new features

    Gmail picks up a new design and a host of new features.

    Google announced earlier this month that it would revamp Gmail’s design on the desktop, and the changes are going live today. Gmail is getting a significant design overhaul that makes in more in line with its Android counterpart, and Google is introducing a whole host of new features centered around security and ease of use.

    There’s a new confidential mode that lets you set an expiration date for a particular email, smart replies, easier options for snoozing emails, an offline mode, high-priority notification setting that cuts down on the push notifications, and much more. Here’s a look at all the new additions in Gmail.

    Confidential mode

    The major new feature in Gmail is confidential mode, which allows you to set granular controls for sensitive emails. Confidential mode lets you remove options to forward, copy, download or print messages, and you can also set the message to expire at a specified time. There’s also an op…

  • Opera Touch is a brand new mobile browser built around convenience

    Opera, a solid browsing option for those who don’t want to use Chrome or Firefox, just announced the all-new Touch browser. Built from the ground up, Touch focuses on providing the best mobile browsing experience by giving users ease-of-use features, …

  • OnePlus 6 to be announced on May 16 in London, first sale kicks off May 21 in India

    Tickets are on sale now and start at $21 USD.

    There’s been plenty of talk regarding the OnePlus 6 over the last few weeks, but soon all those rumors and speculation will be laid to rest with the phone’s official unveiling. Today, OnePlus announced that it’ll be showing off the phone on Wednesday, May 16 in London.

    The event will kick-off at 5:00 PM BST, and in addition to the press/media, it’ll also be open to any OnePlus fans that are willing and able to attend. Tickets are available for purchase now, with Early Bird pricing starting at just $21 USD per ticket. Those will be on sale until 8:00 PM BST on Friday, April 27, and from 8:01 PM onwards, Standard Tickets will cost $41.

    OnePlus is also selling Plus One tickets that allow you to get two tickets at a lower rate. You’ll need to purchase two tickets in a single transaction, but you’ll pay just $27 per ticket for a final price of $54 for two people to attend.

    OnePlus is touting this as its “biggest ever community event” with …

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