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Gmail’s Android App Gains Smart Compose On Google Pixel 3

Gmail’s Android App Gains Smart Compose On Google Pixel 3

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In short: Google debuted Smart Compose for Gmail back at Google I/O in May. It was available on the desktop version of Gmail. But earlier this month at the #MadeByGoogle hardware event, the search giant announced that it was coming to the Gmail app on Android. Smart Compose is apparently rolling out now on the

Google Warns They Will Test Google Assistant's Duplex Next Month

Google Warns They Will Test Google Assistant's Duplex Next Month

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Google announced yesterday that they will start publicly testing the Google Assistant Duplex feature that allows Google AI to call a venue and make an appointment or reservation for you automatically. They demonstrated this at Google I/O back in May and now Google is warning restaurants in New York, Atlanta, Phoenix and the San Francisco Bay Area about this.

‘Flip to Shhh’ is a Digital Wellbeing feature which could arrive with the Pixel 3

‘Flip to Shhh’ is a Digital Wellbeing feature which could arrive with the Pixel 3

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Google launched Digital Wellbeing earlier this year at Google I/O, but one announced feature still hasn't appeared.

New Google accessibility app lets you completely control an Android phone with your voice

New Google accessibility app lets you completely control an Android phone with your voice

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At this year's Google I/O event, accessibility and inclusive technology took a much bigger spot in the software lineup than usual. Google made its commitment to improving accessibility across all platforms extra-clear, and those promises are starting to line up with real products that you can download and use.

How to use Google Maps’ group planning feature

How to use Google Maps’ group planning feature

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Google Maps wants to help you end the texting maelstrom of trying to decide where to eat or meet up with friends. Should you head to that delicious margarita place or the dive bar? The new joint across town, or the old favorite down the street? First announced at Google I/O earlier this year, Google’s finally rolling out group planning in Google Maps.

Google Maps now lets you poll friends on where to eat

Google Maps now lets you poll friends on where to eat

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Google’s group planning feature for Google Maps, which the company first announced back at Google I/O 2018 in May, is now rolling out to users (via TechCrunch). The feature allows users to create a shortlist of restaurants or other destinations that can be shared with friends so they can vote, ceasing the endless planning messages that groups have to contend with.

Nokia 7 Plus units running Android Pie Beta get Digital Wellbeing

Nokia 7 Plus units running Android Pie Beta get Digital Wellbeing

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Digital Wellbeing was launched during Google I/O 2018 as a new set of features aimed to reduce our addiction to smartphones. This was done in order to preserve our mental...

Google Appears to Be Ramping Up R&D Efforts for “New and novel” AR/VR Lenses

Google Appears to Be Ramping Up R&D Efforts for “New and novel” AR/VR Lenses

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Though there wasn’t much groundbreaking in the Daydream news shared at Google I/O this year, the company is growing its AR/VR team at an accelerated rate, suggesting Google has a number of things up its sleeve yet. One recent job listing which caught our eye suggests that the company is ramping up its R&D efforts

Can Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon Wear chip breathe life into Wear OS?

Can Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon Wear chip breathe life into Wear OS?

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Snapdragon’s been talking up its new wearable chip architecture since Google I/O back in May. The component giant finally took the wraps off the product at an event earlier today in San Francisco. As one imagines from the I/O partnership, Wear 3100 has Google’s smartwatch operating system firmly in its sites. And not a moment

Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Wear 3100 is Here With Emphasis on Battery Life

Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Wear 3100 is Here With Emphasis on Battery Life

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Today, Qualcomm announced its new smartwatch and wearable chipset, the Snapdragon Wear 3100. This is the chipset that was first teased back at Google I/O in May and could bring major improvements to the Wear OS ecosystem as a range of new watches running the chip arrive over the coming months. So what’s the scoop … Continued

Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon Wear chip could revitalize smartwatches

Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon Wear chip could revitalize smartwatches

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Don't give up on smartwatches just yet. Qualcomm has finally unveiled its latest made-for-wearables processor, which it first teased at Google I/O earlier this year. The new chipset is called the Snapdragon Wear 3100 and succeeds the existing 2100 model you'll find in many smartwatches currently on the market. The 3100 features revamped architecture that should provide the long-lasting and always-ready performance that wearables have been missing for years

Google Home and Assistant to get some Digital Wellbeing features soon

Google Home and Assistant to get some Digital Wellbeing features soon

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Google's Digital Wellbeing features are slowly adopted by many apps that are part of the giant's software portfolio, including YouTube and Calendar. Unveiled earlier this year at Google I/O 2018, the initiative is prepared for its debut on the Google Assistant and smart speakers. The folks over at 9to5google have uncovered deep within the Google app code that Google is working to bring Digital Wellbeing to Home smart devices and Assistant. Family mode and Filters are just two of these features that haven't yet been enabled, which are supposed to limit what content children could search and ...

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