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LG Reportedly Wants to Leverage AI for its Products in 2017 - LG’s smartphone division is currently being propped up by profits the company is making selling other products like TVs and home appliances. LG made a major gamble on its modular concept with the LG G5 but then recently confirmed they would be ditching this design with the upcoming LG G6. A lot is riding on their upcoming flagship smartphone being a success and a new rumor claims it will be the first smartphone in South Korea to ...
LG reportedly is considering implementing Google Assistant into their upcoming LG G6 smartphone - though they use Alexa for a number of products already.
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Report: Samsung’s Virtual Assistant “Bixby” Will Feature Image and Text Recognition Capabilities
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OnePlus Releases Android Nougat Kernel Sources for the OnePlus 3/3T
OnePlus has released the kernel source code for the OnePlus 3 and the OnePlus 3T for their Android Nougat update. Read on to know more!
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About God damm time
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Samsung Galaxy S8 and LG G6 to Come With Heat Pipes To Prevent Overheating Issues
The Samsung Galaxy S8 is now also rumored to be packing heat pipes in order to prevent overheating, according to a report by Digitimes.
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+Joshua Horner for a year yes. For years, nope.
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OxygenOS 4.0.2 and New Open Betas Released for the OnePlus 3 and 3T
An incremental update is rolling out to OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T owners - OxygenOS 4.0.2 and a new beta update for each device.
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+ᴀ.ᴅ. ᴄᴏʟᴇ Check the subreddit.
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Google Photos Prepares to Allow for Editing the Date and Time of a Photo
A teardown of the Google Photos version 2.7 APK reveals that the app may soon allow you to edit the EXIF date and timestamp of a photo.
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+Frank Earl my camera looses its time and date every time I pull the SD card or replace the batteries.
I have so many photos that were apparently taken on the 1/1/1970.

Currently I rely on the Google photos website to correct the dates of all photos within an album.
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Marclay Displays Landscape Videos Behind Your Notifications on Android TV
Marclay is an open source Android TV application that displays your notifications on your TV while playing a scenic nature video in the background.
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Samsung Announces Android 7.0 Nougat Rollout Schedule for several Galaxy Models
Samsung has officially announced the rollout of Android 7.0 Nougat for the Galaxy S7/S7 Edge, and has stated which other devices will receive the update.
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Will Google Daydream Catch on in 2017? - Last year, we saw Google announcing the Daydream VR platform to standardize the VR experience on Android. The aim was to ensure a consistent level of VR immersion across devices. OEMs would have to design their phones to meet a list of requirements in order to be Daydream VR certified. At first, the Daydream certification process was not really disclosed, but with the release of the Android Nougat Compatibility Definition Document the process became ...
Last year, we saw Google announcing the Daydream VR platform to standardize the VR experience on Android. The aim was to ensure a consistent level of VR immersion across devices. OEMs would have to design their phones to meet a list of requirements in order to be Daydream VR certified. At first, the Daydream certification process was
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No and what if an OEM decided to make their own version of Daydream or is Android becoming like ios
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Google has Acquired Fabric, Twitter’s Mobile App Developer Platform
Crashlytics was founded in 2011, but was acquired by Twitter at the start of 2013. The team continued to work out of Boston, Massachusetts and had an SDK that was used in over 1 million applications. They developed software that enabled iOS, Android and Unity developers to pinpoint the reasons why their applications were not stable (down
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Huawei’s Security Advisory Announces Fixes for Multiple Vulnerabilities
Similar to the Android security bulletins that Google, LG and Samsung have, Huawei is another company that keeps track of vulnerabilities that are reported to them. The company published three of these this week and they are possible on a combination of three smartphones that Huawei is currently selling. Fixes for these vulnerabilities will be
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The Future of the Pixel is Bright - According to trend analyses and reports produced by Wave7, a U.S. mobile market analyst, the Google’s Pixel series have been selling consistently well over the three or so months it has been available. Given a selection of reporting around the time of launch that failed to clearly differentiate between Verizon being the exclusive Pixel carrier and Verizon being the only Pixel carrier, as well as displaying some reasonable hesitation about certain aspects ...
XDA-Developer's Eric Ralph analyzes the current sales figures released by Wave7 and the future of the Google Pixel brand.
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Bought one for my wife, she loves it! I am waiting for for the second generation to replace my 6p.
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