Google Assistant is incorporating new voice commands this week that link to Google Pay. This of course means you’ll be able to send money to a friend or whoever it may be, using only your voice over the assistant.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 could be here in August, which would follow suite with the Galaxy S9 that launched earlier than usual this year. However, a new report out of Korea contradicts the “late August” launch, so things are still up in the air. Since we’re still a ways away, we can’t be too sure about anything, but we’ve received some positive word about the handset’s fingerprint reader.
Rather than at MWC 2018, HTC quietly revealed two new smartphones this week: Desire 12 and Desire 12+. Though we had some info about the devices from a leak Doug covered, many specs underwhelmed in comparison to what we had initially thought would make up the duo. Here’s everything to know.
For those of you who might not know about Lytro, it is a virtual reality (VR) startup consisting of talented individuals who venture into all aspects of video recording, photography and virtual reality stuff. And over the last week, there have been reports regarding an acquisition of Lytro by Google.
Huawei is having a rocky start to the year despite its optimism for 2018. At CES 2018 in January, the Chinese OEM attempted to gain attention and popularity in the US for the first time in its history with Mate 10 Pro, but US carriers including Verizon and AT&T weren’t having it. Despite that, the company did not give up, but yet another roadblock just got in the way of the company’s expansion plans.
Instagram is getting an update that will allow users to add more information in their bio. The mobile app update brings with it the ability for users to add their own hashtags and more to their personal profile.
A few days ago, a Google community manager made an important announcement that would rebrand Android Wear to the name Wear OS. The operating system for smartwatches will now be called Wear OS everywhere you see it, and this change continues to roll out in many places.
Gamers interested in first person shooting games should take note of this week’s news. PUBG, which stands for PlayerUnknown’s Battleground, has shown itself in the U.S. Play Store and is available for installation. The game that began its days on PC is now available in mobile form so players can experience the action from just about anywhere they desire.