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In case you were under a rock tonight Tesla announced a pretty awesome Semi truck and an updated Roadster sports car.

Myself I'm more excited for the trucks.

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Seems like +Google​ is having all kinds of issues today.

I thought it was my own internet at first so I checked my router, no issues, then I suspected my ISP, but found the issues were only goodness servers.

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Samsung Experience 9.0 Is Now Live

Samsung Experience 9.0 is an initiative for Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus owners in the US, UK, and South Korea to experience a beta version of the Android Oreo software. To participate, you must have a Samsung account and meet certain prerequisites. If you are in the US, you must be on Sprint or T-Mobile or have an unlocked device with those SIMs. If you are in the UK, you must have an unlocked device.

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Originally shared by Anton Shulke
This impacts all of us because we're affected by the technology we use. How to be less affected is part of the new strategies we have to develop.

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Google Now Shows Results Based On Your Location Instead Of Domain Location, Unless You Go In To Settings And Change The Country Setting

You used to be able to change the country code top level domain (ccTLD) and get results from your home country if you were in another country. This particularly method has changed now, with Google serving location based searches by default. The option to change country for receiving searches based on your home country still exists -- it just changed a little. It's now in the Google Search settings menu. So it's still basically the same, just a different workaround to get what you want. Also, it helps Google move forward as they claim '1 in 5 searches are about location.'

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Android 8.1 Will Show Which Apps Are Draining Your Battery

Something new that is coming in 8.1 will be the ability to see which apps are draining your battery. Greenify was a popular app that filled this role previously. And the Android OEM skin on the Samsung Galaxy S8 also does this. I guess there will be no reason to install Greenify in the future -- unless you are really in love with the app. I was quite sure that there was a setting in Android that displayed which apps were using the most battery I just looked, and yes, there was a battery usage panel, maybe not as nice and easily understandable as the new one, but there was one.

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T-Mobile And Sprint Issue Statements That Put To Rest Merger Talk

The T-Mobile and Sprint talks of merging were put to rest today. Each respective CEO put out statements regarding the matter. They couldn't come to a mutally beneficial agreement for each party -- so they closed the discussions entirely. T-Mobile's CEO emphasized their track record and performance. Sprint's CEO emphasized their assets and investments in their network. I'd say it's a good thing they didn't merge -- because most of the mergers I've seen have resulted in less value for the consumer.

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TIL that Canada is a world leader in AI research and Google is investing a lot into Canada.

They also have a live conference going on right now about the subject,
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8uhm7wLWAE

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Android Auto Crashing At Random Intervals For Many Pixel 2 And Pixel 2 XL Users

To be fair, a report of Android Auto crashing on an LG G6 was found. So it might not be that the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are bugged as much as it is Android Auto acting strange. But, most of the reports are coming from users of Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL devices...on cars ranging from Audi A4, Volkswagen, Kia, and Ford. Also affected are Sony and Pioneer head pieces. Android 8.0 and 8.1 are both affected in these cases, but first-gen Pixels work perfectly fine. That pinpoints the blame with either the second-gen Pixels or Android Auto incompatibility with newer devices.

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Samsung set to rollout Android 8.0 in early 2018

According to Samsung Turkey, Android 8.0 will be reaching Samsung devices starting in early 2018. This story comes from the official Samsung Turkish website. But...in past history, Turkey receives the update sooner than the rest of the world -- which means others may be waiting even longer before the new software reaches their device next year.
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