A public version of Google Duo has been available for less than two weeks. Apparently, the application became an instant hit as it has reached 5 million downloads. This information is certain and shared by Google's CEO Sundar Pichai on his Twitter. Nice score, Google!
WiFi Assistant is a way for Google to keep Project Fi users connected to as many WiFi hotspots as possible, while also securing their connection with a VPN. The feature has been exclusive to Project Fi users since the service was launched, but now Google says they're bringing it to Nexus users in United States, Canada, Mexico, UK and Nordic countries in the coming weeks.
We've previously seen some LG V20 renders that were created thanks to CAD specs, but now we're seeing another side of the LG's upcoming smartphone. If true, this image shows that LG is retaining the auxiliary display that its predecessor had. We also see an interesting Google G logo badge in the top left corner of what could be the app drawer.
B&O PLAY is known for its high quality audio products, and the company even released portable 32-bit Hi-Fi DAC as an LG Friends module for the LG G5. LG's partnership with B&O PLAY continues on with the LG V20 and they're promising a new premium sound experience that "[smartphone customers] have never heard before.”
If you upgraded to the final version of Android 7.0 Nougat from the developer preview program, then you will still have the ability to enable Night Mode on your own. However, if you upgraded from Marshmallow, then this feature is no longer present. So if you don't have the Night Mode tile anymore, this application will add it back with one single tap.
It hasn't been a good month for smartphone batteries, and now a new case gets added to the list. Samsung just released the Galaxy Note 7 and it has just been reported that one has already blown up while it was being charged. It should be noted though, this happened while the device was being charged with a microUSB to Type C converter for the cable.
The NVIDIA Indie Spotlight is a way for independent game developers to get more exposure for their video game. The company plans to leverage their PC gaming community to help market your game to actual gamers. The application is simple, and all you have to do is submit your game to their panel to see if you qualify.
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