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  • You can use now use Daydream to browse the web in VR with Chrome

    Google added an experimental version of WebVR to Chrome as far back as version 56 earlier in the year, and there were a handful of sample web pages you could take a look at to test out the various features. Since then, more demos have been added and o…

  • [Feature or Bug?] On Oreo, when DND turns off, you get barraged with the sounds and vibrations of all pending received notifications

    Ding! Ding! D-D-D-D-D-Ding! Ding! Ding! Ding! D-D-D-Ding! Ding! 

    That’s the sound you will hear every morning if you’re on Android Oreo and you use Do Not Disturb during the night. For some reason, DND and notifications work differently since the latest update to Oreo: when your phone exits DND, it will proceed to play the sound or do the vibration of every notification that was received during the time it was stuck in DND.

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    [Feature or Bug?] On Oreo, when DND turns off, you get barraged with the sounds and vibrations of all pending received notifications was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Gmail is working on snooze, smart grouping, and a Material Design interface for the web

    Do you remember the NEXT Live EMEA 2017 G Suite product roadmap talk where we discovered a small line of text telling us Calendar would get a new web interface in Q4 2017? As it turns out, there’s more to that presentation, but we’re so perpetually bu…

  • Nokia 8 with 5.3-inch QHD display and Snapdragon 835 lands in India for ?36,999

    Nokia’s first Android flagship makes its debut in India.

    After its global unveil late last month, the Nokia 8 has made its debut in the Indian subcontinent. The first Android flagship to bear the Nokia name has a lot going for it: you get a 5.3-inch Quad HD display backed by Gorilla Glass 5, Snapdragon 835, 4GB of RAM and 64GB storage, dual 13MP cameras, and a 3090mAh battery with Quick Charge 3.0.

    Then there’s the design — the Nokia 8 is crafted out of a single block of 6000-series aluminum, with Nokia polishing the back to a smooth mirror-like finish. The phone features two 13MP cameras at the back, with a primary RGB sensor paired with a monochrome sensor. Both cameras work in conjunction to produce images with greater detail, and the cameras are tuned by Zeiss.

    There’s a 13MP camera up front as well, and Nokia is offering the ability to shoot photos and videos from both the front and rear cameras simultaneously. The phone also offers three microphones, giving you the a…

  • Yubico’s new $60 YubiKey 4C Nano is insanely small and uses USB Type-C

    We’re putting USB Type-C connectors on everything these days: phones, tablets, laptops, accessories – you name it. The latest USB-C product on the market comes in the form of the YubiKey 4C Nano, an astonishingly tiny authentication key that retails f…

  • OxygenOS 4.5.0 brings several OnePlus 5 features to the 3/3T

    Latest OxygenOS update brings a ton of new features to the OnePlus 3/3T.

    The OxygenOS 4.5.0 OTA update is now rolling out to the OnePlus 3 and 3T, introducing features from the OnePlus 5 like lift up display and Gaming Do Not Disturb to last year’s devices. Lift up display wakes the screen when you lift the phone, and Gaming DND mutes notifications and locks the navigation buttons when a particular app is running.

    The update also lets you schedule night mode (finally!), brings the Slate font along with the new Dash Charge animation, and other stability fixes. Here’s a look at all the new additions:

    System

    Added lift up display
    Added Gaming Do Not Disturb
    Added low priority notification
    Added network speed in status bar
    Added scheduled night mode
    Added OnePlus Slate font
    Redesigned Dash Charge animation
    System stability and battery improvements

    Launcher

    Added Shot on OnePlus wallpaper

    Phone

    Redesigned calling UI

    Camera / Gallery

    Added Shot on OnePlus watermark
    Redesigned p…

  • Chinese government blocks WhatsApp ahead of Communist Party meeting

    WhatsApp falls to the Great Firewall.

    Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and most Google services are blocked in China, and WhatsApp is now joining that list. As reported by The New York Times, the Chinese government is cracking down on the Facebook-owned messaging service, with users all over the country facing disruptions.

    It remains to be seen if the ban on WhatsApp is temporary. The government blocked WhatsApp’s photo, video, and document transfer options back in July, but the ban was lifted after a few weeks. For now though, WhatsApp is entirely non-functional in the country.

    The Chinese government is preparing for the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party, where party delegates will elect its new leadership. The congress kicks off in Beijing from October 18, and the fact that WhatsApp employs end-to-end encryption for chats could have been the main factor behind its ban. By contrast, WeChat — the Tencent-owned messaging service that has over 950 million users &mda…

  • Google Tez: Everything you need to know

    Google Tez made its debut in India earlier this month, marking the company’s entry into the digital payments segment. Tez relies on UPI — the centralized payments interface rolled out last year — to enable peer-to-peer money transfers, and while the service can also facilitate online payments, that feature is still in its infancy. If you’re just getting started with Tez or are looking to learn more about the service, here’s what you need to know.

    How do I install Google Tez?

    Installing Tez is relatively straightforward: go to g.co/tez or head to the Play Store to download the app. Once it’s installed, you’ll need to link your bank account to the service. Tez uses a phone number for money transfers, so you’ll need to provide the same number while setting up the service that’s registered with your bank.

    Hit up the link below for detailed instructions on how to set up Tez and add your bank accounts:

    How to install and set up Google Tez

    How does Tez work?

    Tez is a mob…

  • Fitbit Ionic smartwatch releasing worldwide Oct. 1 for $299.95

    Fitbit’s first smartwatch is hitting worldwide markets on October 1.

    For the past couple of weeks, I’ve been wearing a new wearable, and while it looks a little bit like something I’ve worn before, it’s quite different — and a lot more ambitious. No, I’m not talking about some new Android Wear watch but the Fitbit Ionic, Fitbit’s first smartwatch and an honest-to-goodness hit.

    The reason for its success will inevitably be the five-day battery life which exists despite a very capable operating system, bright LCD display, and plenty of fitness-tracking features.

    While the so-called App Gallery will be sparse at launch, with just a handful of apps including Starbucks, Strava, Pandora, and Weather Channel, there will be plenty of others by year’s end, thanks to the upcoming Fitbit SDK.

    Fitbit Ionic will be available on October 1 at Amazon, Best Buy, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Kohl’s, Macy’s, REI, Target and Verizon for $299.95.

    See at Fitbit

    Fitbit is also releasing its first B…

  • Oxygen OS v4.5.0 rolling out for the OnePlus 3/3T, with some OnePlus 5 features in tow

    The OnePlus 5 may have come out, but that doesn’t mean the company has forgotten about the 3 and 3T. Earlier today, the two phones were updated to Oxygen OS 4.5.0, introducing a pile of new features like “lift up display,” Gaming Do Not Disturb, low priority notifications, and OnePlus’ Slate font. Most of the changes in this release were already available on the OnePlus 5, but it’s great to see them trickle down onto older hardware. 

    The OTA update is hitting devices now, and it’s 197MB in size.

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    Oxygen OS v4.5.0 rolling out for the OnePlus 3/3T, with some OnePlus 5 features in tow was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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