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OnePlus 6T Picks Up Promising New Features 

OnePlus 6T Picks Up Promising New Features 

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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin This week saw OnePlus launch its latest flagship. The OnePlus 6T features a new in-display fingerprint reader, a low-light nightscape camera mode, and improvements in the software to increase the speed and utility of the smartphone. OnePlus 6T (image: Ewan Spence)Ewan Spence But there’s more. The OnePlus 6T software that was available at launch, and that will be in the box when consumers pick up the new handsets, is already out of date. OnePlus has an update for its latest handset. Damien Wilde reports: The OTA update will upgrade your OnePlus 6T to OxygenOS 9.0.4 and includes camera updates such as the new Studio Lighting effect for portrait
Google Ads Brings New Features to the Ad Preview and Diagno…

Google Ads Brings New Features to the Ad Preview and Diagno…

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New Galaxy Hardware Leaks, Samsung Confirms S10 Features, L…

New Galaxy Hardware Leaks, Samsung Confirms S10 Features, L…

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Taking a look back at seven days of news and headlines across the world of Android, this week’s Android Circuit includes more confirmation of the Galaxy S10 hardware, Galaxy Note 10 leaks, reviews of the Pixel 3 and 3 XL, Huawei’s Mate 20 Pro launch, more OnePlus 6T details, Google’s response to the European Commission, and the return of the Palm brand. Android Circuit is here to remind you of a few of the many things that have happened around Android in the last week (and you can find the weekly Apple news digest here). Samsung Discusses Galaxy S10’s Notch Plans Samsung is expected to announce the Galaxy S10 family of three handsets early in 2019, but the South Korean company is not making any effort to hide the surprise. It’s more than happy in the current climate to let everyone k
Google Adds New Features To Image Search, Renames Feed To D…

Google Adds New Features To Image Search, Renames Feed To D…

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Google has announced a bunch of new features and changes to Search to celebrate its 20th anniversary. Additionally, Google has overhauled Image search and renamed Google Feed to Discover.“Since launching the feed, we’ve made it our goal to help you uncover fresh and interesting content about things that matter to you. Now, we’re giving the feed a name that reflects this mission: Discover. With this new name comes a fresh design that makes exploring your interests easier than ever,” Google said on its blog.When users open the Google app, topic headers will appear to show an explanation as to why they are seeing a particular card in Discover. Each topic name will have a Discover icon right next to it. Tapping the icon will bring up more content related to that topic. There’s also an optio
How to re-create Google Inbox’s best features in Gmail

How to re-create Google Inbox’s best features in Gmail

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When Google launched Inbox in 2014, the company embarked on a bold mission: to reinvent the very way we think about email.In essence, what Google wanted was a do-over. Gmail, a decade old at the time, was starting to feel ill-suited for taming the wild beast email had become. Inbox was designed to be a “completely different type of inbox,” as then senior VP Sundar Pichai put it at the time—a “better way to get back to what matters.” It didn’t look or feel like Gmail, Pichai explained, and that was the very point of its existence.As it turns out, reinventing email on such a foundational level may have been too bold of a gamble. Despite its devoted base of users, Inbox evidently didn’t amass enough adopters to warrant Google’s ongoing investment. After bringing a few of the service’s feat
Google Search Console out of beta, adds more features

Google Search Console out of beta, adds more features

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Google has announced the new Google Search Console is out of beta after being tested for over a year. Over the year, Google has done a full open beta invite to all users and has been migrating features from the old Google Search Console to the new version. With this, Google removed the word “beta” from the top menu bar. Here is what the bar looked like this morning: That side bar has removed the word “beta,” grouped together some of the features on the left sidebar and added new features and options in the new Google Search Console. Google has added a “manual actions” section to the sidebar, which was not there this morning. Google also said it has launched a “Test Live” feature for the URL inspection tool. Here is a screen shot of the new menu bar: Manual
Google adds new features to help U.S. veterans find jobs or…

Google adds new features to help U.S. veterans find jobs or…

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Google wants to make the transition back into civilian life smoother for U.S. military veterans by adding tools that help them find jobs or promote their businesses. One new feature is an initiative of Grow with Google, the company’s career development program. It helps veterans discover job openings relevant to the skills they learned while serving by entering the phrase “jobs for veterans” into Google’s search engine along with their military job codes. Employers and job boards can also enable the feature on their own sites by using Google’s Cloud Talent Solution, a machine-learning based job search platform. In a Google announcement, Matthew Hudson, a Google Cloud program manager and former Air Force civil engineer who served three tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, wrote that vet