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  • Google Search upgrades its dictionary card with a separate search box, autocomplete, and history

    No matter what crazy projects Google works on, Search is still the company’s bread and butter. Over the years, it’s continued to build up the good old Google Search page with small but useful improvements. The latest of these is a change to the way it…

  • 5 things I learned traveling with the OnePlus 5

    Travel revelations from OnePlus’s latest creation.

    As a person who has to travel with lots of smartphones to do his job, choosing which one to use as your main device on a trip can be quite a conundrum. Nothing tests a phone to its limits like travel, where you’re pushing the phone’s storage, battery, camera and other features harder than ever.

    This time around, as I start a four-week stint in Taiwan, my device of choice has been the OnePlus 5, and already it’s been an interesting experience.

    1. 128GB totally obliterates storage anxiety

    Part of my pre-travel drill is to load up whatever device I’m going to be using with music, podcasts and maybe even the occasional TV show. Then, while I’m overseas, chances are I’m going to be taking way more photos than I otherwise would. These are both things that quickly eat into a phone’s built-in storage.

    Admittedly, the standard 6/64GB OnePlus 5 probably has more than enough storage for the vast majority of people, but for me, 128 pushes…

  • Top Allo features you need to know

    ‘Allo Allo.

    Allo is Google’s latest attempt at a messaging app that competes with the likes of WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger, both of which boast a userbase of over a billion users. The main differentiator for Allo is Google Assistant, a chatbot that provides answers to your queries by drawing on the search giant’s machine learning smarts. AI is at the core of Google’s strategy, with Assistant available on hundreds of millions of phones as well as the Google Home and Android TV.

    These are the top Allo features you need to know. If you’re just installing the app, be sure to check out our setup guide.

    Your replies are now smarter

    When you’re chatting with your friends and family, Google Assistant offers a series of responses based on the context of the conversation. If you’re sharing a picture of your cat, for instance, your friends will see options to reply with “Cute!”, “Adorable!”, “How fun!”, and so on. For images that contain food, you’ll see suggestions for nearby restaur…

  • [Update: Now live in Washington D.C.] YouTube TV will be expanding to 10 more markets soon

    When YouTube TV was announced a few months ago, it was off to a slow start and limited to a few markets. Our very own Ryan had to do some tomfoolery to get it to work in his hometown so he could write up his thoughts.

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    [Update: Now live in Washington D.C.] YouTube TV will be expanding to 10 more markets soon was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Actions on Google will soon support British English

    In a bid to make its Assistant more powerful, Actions on Google was launched in the US late last year. The service allows third-party developers to build their own voice actions for the Assistant, integrating it with their own apps. To encourage development, Google introduced a competition with cash prizes to anyone making compelling actions. Until now the service has only supported US English, but after support for more languages was previously promised, it seems the UK will be next to see Actions rolled out.

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    Actions on Google will soon support British English was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • ASUS teaser hints at dual rear cameras for the ZenFone 4

    ASUS is the latest manufacturer to jump on the dual camera bandwagon.

    ASUS is set to unveil the ZenFone 4 sometime next month, and if a recent teaser on ASUS Taiwan’s Facebook page is any indication, the phone will sport dual cameras at the back.

    We’ve seen several companies roll out devices with dual cameras at the back, notably the OnePlus 5 and Xiaomi’s Mi 6. It’ll be interesting to see the direction ASUS takes with its camera setup.

    The images were first spotted by Android Pure, and the publication also notes that the ZenFone 4 series will be offered in five different variants. There’s little information to go by regarding the specs, but with the official unveil set to occur sometime in August, we should know more over the coming weeks.

  • Deezer updated to include support for Android Wear [APK Download]

    French music streaming service Deezer launched in the US almost exactly a year ago and its large catalog of songs has impressed as the company attempts to rival Spotify and Google Play Music outside of Europe. Since May, subscribers have also been able to use the service through Google Home, and the latest update extends functionality to Android Wear watches.

    There’s no standalone app. Wear 2.0 compatibility is rolled into the main Android release, which is bumped up to version

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    Deezer updated to include support for Android Wear [APK Download] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Google is making it easier to discover local events in India

    Google wants to help you plan your weekend.

    Google is rolling out an update to its mobile search platform in India through which you can easily find popular events in your city. The search giant issued a similar update in the U.S. back in May, and in India the company is pulling information from the likes of BookMyShow, AllEvents, EventsHigh, 10times, and more.

    For instance, if you type, “show me events in Hyderabad,” you’ll see a list of events listed for Hyderabad in the aforementioned sites. There’s also the option to tailor your results — the Events card comes with tabs that lets you filter events by dates. Clicking on a link will take you to that particular service to book the tickets.

    If you’re just looking to see all the events in your locale, you can just enter, “events near me.” The update is now live on Android and iOS.

  • India’s Jio is effectively giving away its 4G-enabled feature phone

    The JioPhone will come with unlimited data for just ₹153 a month.

    Reliance chairman Mukesh Ambani has unveiled the JioPhone, a feature phone with 4G and VoLTE connectivity that “reinvents the conventional feature phone.” The phone will be up for purchase from September, and you’ll need to pay a deposit of ₹1,500 ($25) to get your hands on a unit. Where things get interesting is that the deposit is fully refundable after three years, making it essentially free.

    The JioPhone will come bundled with apps like JioCinema, JioTV, and JioMusic, giving customers access to the carrier’s digital catalog. For ₹153 a month ($2.50), Jio is giving free voice calls, texts, as well as unlimited data and unfettered access to Jio’s content library. There’s also a ₹309 plan ($5.0) that will give JioPhone customers the ability to mirror the screen to a TV via a cable.

    Alongside Jio’s own apps, the JioPhone will offer access to Facebook, and there’s also a custom web browser t…

  • LG Q8 is a smaller, waterproof V20

    Major features of last year’s handset packaged into 5.2-inch chassis for new Q series device.

    LG is building out its new mid-tier Q series of phones with a more pocketable take on last year’s flagship V20. The LG Q8 includes basically all the main features of the V20, only now in with a 5.2-inch Quad HD screen, and with the added bonus of IP67 water resistance, and a fixed internal battery. (Sorry, removable battery fans.)

    From the wide angle camera to the Quad DAC and ticker display, almost all of the V20’s standout features are alive and well in the Q8.

    The LG Q8 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, with 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage, expandable via microSD. And around the back is a similar combination of 16-megapixel, f/1.8 main camera with OIS, along with 8-megapixel f/2.4 wide-angle shooter. The V20’s ticker display makes a return too, with a 160×1040 screen resolution — a curious addition, since it’s looking like the upcoming V30 will do a…

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