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4x improvement in transfer speeds. I have had Share tab for a while now but apparently it's a new thing. Visibility is always better.
Following a launch last month in China via local app stores, the latest update to Files Go brings a number of notable new features. Google’s smart storage manager is better at emphasizing its P2P transfer features, while also adding the ability to extract…
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I have been feeling the burn of this lately. While it was consistent in past, it isn't so right now. I also believe reason for this is Google targetting iPhone users wanting to make them feel at home and ensuring Android's strength at the same time. I believe Google will go in News like share dialog in future but it has to find way to make sharing with people relevant or let go of sharing with contacts in favor of sharing via apps. It's not scaling up imo. Google has tried it with Photos and YouTube but I don't see it catching up. It's an efficient idea but not an effortless one.
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The strategic alliance is initially focussed on building real-time multiplayer gaming experiences. A suite of managed services and tools will help developers build, test, and launch connected games while offloading the hard work to Google and Unity.

Developers will be able to leverage the Google Cloud right from Unity’s development environment and tools. This allows for low-latency experiences, scaling to multiple servers, and multi-terabyte memory nodes for massive 3D environments.
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Google officially announcing some of the new features.
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It is still far from reaching it's potential without carrier support but it is heading in the right direction. I hope Google announces the real deal before Pixel launch.
Google revealed in April that its future messaging solution for consumers would be named “Chat” and based on existing RCS efforts. Those features will be built into the existing Android Messages client with Assistant and Message for web functionality…
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Today Google is launching YouTube Music and YouTube Premium in the UK and 11 other new countries - Austria, Canada, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Spain and Sweden.

GSMArena.com: YouTube Music and YouTube Premium launch in 12 new countries - GSMArena.com news.
https://www.gsmarena.com/youtube_music_and_youtube_premium_come_to_uk_and_17_other_countries-news-31724.php
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Who would have thought Nokia would be relevant again and it would be so easy to recommend their devices over Samsung, LG, Sony and HTC.
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#Wishlist: Option to download YouTube video on phone from web and Watch Later on phone.
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And to make it even easier for you to create and edit high quality VR videos, we’re launching VR180 Creator on Mac and Linux. This desktop tool lets anyone edit VR180 footage with existing VR video tools.

VR180 Creator currently offers two features for VR videos. “Convert for Publishing” takes raw fisheye footage from VR180 cameras like the Lenovo Mirage Camera and converts it into a standardized equirect projection. This can be edited with the video editing software creators already use, like Adobe Premiere and Final Cut Pro. “Prepare for Publishing” re-injects the VR180 metadata after editing so that the footage is viewable on YouTube or Google Photos in 2D or VR.
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Google's Enterprise recommended list is turning out to be a good go to for recommendations for average users as well.

According to the official https://www.android.com/enterprise/recommended/requirements/, a phone has to deliver every relevant security patch within 90 days of its release in order to qualify — not exactly a super-strict requirement, given that sending out a security patch within the same month as its release seems like the ideal standard. Google has a list of other requirements, but most of them are factors that any reasonable current phone from the midrange level and up will more or less automatically meet. The security update reliability really is the biggest variable, and it doesn't seem too far-fetched to think it might be the main determining factor for a device's inclusion.
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