Google Photos is being updated, but it’s not the update we’ve been waiting for that Google introduced at I/O 2017. Instead, users will get one new feature in that of archives, which will allow one to hide images from being visible in their main feed of their photos.
Google has announced the Jamboard, which is an online, cloud-based, collaborative whiteboard designed for G Suite customers with creative teams “increasingly distributed.” The Jamboard costs $4,999 and is available in three colors: Cobalt Blue, Carmine Red and Graphite Grey.
Chinese blogging site Weibo revealed an image of what could be a Samsung Galaxy Note 8 dummy. It is believed to be a redemption story following some disappointments with the Galaxy Note 7 which forced the company to later refurbish the phone. The image of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 which is expected later this year shows that it is quite larger than the Galaxy S7 Edge.
After confirming a partnership a few weeks ago, Google and PayPal have struck a deal to support Android Pay inside the popular payment application.
LeEco has been struggling to lay the ground work in U.S. markets, so much so that the heavy expenses aren’t going unnoticed.
Nest, the home automation and security business owned by Alphabet, Google’s parent, seems to be preparing a new security camera containing a sensor capable of recording at 4K resolution. However, Nest may not be using the device to record in 4K but instead to boost resolution: video feed from the device will be viewed at 1080p resolution, or Full HD.
The OnePlus 5 will launch this summer. We already know a lot about the handset’s spec list and design, but this week we learned a little more about what one can expect to see out of China’s OEM in a few months.
Lenovo has been all over the place when it comes to leaks of its smartphones as of late. Just yesterday, full renders appeared online showcasing a fully metal design of a new handset sources presume is a Moto G5S.