Category: SmartPhones

Google’s unique version of Android Auto makes a speciality of Assistant
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Google’s unique version of Android Auto makes a speciality of Assistant

Google is starting to roll out an updated version of its in-car platform, Android Auto, that aims to make it easier and safer for drivers to use. The version, which was first revealed during Google I/O 2019, has a dark theme, new fonts and color accents, more opportunities to communicate with Google’s virtual assistant and the…

Donald Trump Saves Christmas
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Donald Trump Saves Christmas

White supremacist Santa Claus, Donald Trump, at the White House on August 9, 2019Photo: Getty ImagesPresident Donald Trump has saved Christmas. For now, anyway.The Trump regime announced it’s postponing the implementation of a 10-percent tariff on roughly $300 billion of imports from China, including smartphones, laptops, computer monitors, video game consoles, and a host of…

Stocks precise after fall – World News – Castanet.receive
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Stocks precise after fall – World News – Castanet.receive

Stocks steady after plunge The Canadian Press – Aug 15, 2019 / 7:49 am | Story: 263613 Photo: The Canadian Press Specialists James Denaro, left, and Anthony Rinaldi work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. The U.S. stock market opens at 9:30 a.m. EDT on Thursday, Aug. 15. U.S. stocks steadied themselves…

WhatsApp reaches 4 hundred million users in India, its finest market
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WhatsApp reaches 4 hundred million users in India, its finest market

WhatsApp has amassed more than 400 million users in India, the instant messaging app confirmed today, reaffirming its gigantic reach in its biggest market. Amitabh Kant, CEO of highly influential local think-tank NITI Aayog, revealed the new stat at a press conference held by WhatsApp in New Delhi on Thursday. A WhatsApp spokesperson confirmed that…

Google Play Pass or Apple Arcade: Which App Subscription Service Is Greater?
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Google Play Pass or Apple Arcade: Which App Subscription Service Is Greater?

Photo: David MurphySubscriptions are all the rage, and it’s easy to see why. Everyone loves a “buffet” model for content—see Netflix, et al—where you can just pay a single reasonable monthly fee for unlimited access to a body of stuff you’re interested in, be it documentaries, 90s-era TV shows, or (now) apps.You’ll soon be able…