Reports from a trusted source suggest that Samsung’s AI personal assistant, Bixby, is having huge problems with grammar, syntax and generally with creating sentences. This problem has shifted the official launch of Bixby to late June at the earliest and this should probably affect the sales of the new Samsung Galaxy S8 models in the US. Despite the setback, Samsung strongly believes that Bixby is right on track.
As we speak, Google I/O 2017 is taking place in Mountain View, California where developers, Google enthusiasts and media have all gathered round to learn what’s next in tech. In late March, Google announced the first Android O developer preview right on the heels of heels of Android Nougat 7.1.2. The software has been in alpha-like condition ever since, that is until today. During today’s keynote address, Google fully unveiled the next version of its operating system, Android O as we [Read More]
Google I/O is Google’s developer conference (hence “I/O,” short for “Input/Output”), an event that showcases the very best of Google’s work over the last twelve months. So, we’re expecting nothing short of great things for Google I/O 2017, which will take place Wednesday, May 17 up through Friday, May 19 in Mountain View, California.
Nobody of us at DT saw this week coming! Things were busy, we got more Galaxy S8 leaks, heard about new Google app updates, got a new OnePlus 3T color option, and learned about new Android Wear offerings. But perhaps the biggest headline was Google’s official release of the first Android O Developer Preview. If you haven’t heard already, Android O is in its Alpha stage.
Android 7.0 Nougat arrived on the world stage back in September when Google unveiled the Pixel and Pixel XL, but it appears as though some customers (Verizon Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge customers, in particular) are just getting Google’s latest sweet treat – six months after its unveiling. There are less than six months remaining before the unveiling of the new major Android update: Android O.
It has been over a month now since Google released Android 7.0 Nougat. So far the new OS is only available on Nexus devices since they receive their updates directly from Google. Android updates can be a tedious process and a fruitless waiting game that requires time and completion of major processes before the major update can be released. Luckily, for Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge owners, reports from trusted sources say that preliminary testing for the Nougat [Read More]
Every year, Google raises the question of what sweet dessert the Android release will be named after. However, this was the first time Google opened its quest to pick a name to the general public. Earlier in the week, Google officially named Android N as Android Nougat!