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PhoneDog.com 10/17/2019 17:23
One of the nice features of Waze is that it lets users report incidents that might affect their trip, like a speed trap or accident, so that other users can be aware of and plan for them. Now Google is bringing similar features to . First up, Google Maps for iPhone is crashes, speed traps, and traffic slowdowns. These features are already available on Android, and now iPhone users will be able to benefit from them, too. Also rolling out is the ability to report four new types of incidents: construction, lane closures, disabled vehicles, and objects (like debris) on the road. These are more issues that could slow down your trip when you're trying to get somewhere, and so it's nice to see Google expand Maps' incident reporting feature to keep.
PhoneDog.com 10/17/2019 15:54
Looks like isn't the only new Android TV device that NVIDIA is cooking up. A new NVIDIA Shield TV stick device . The device was quickly pulled from Newegg's virtual shelves, but not before some folks on were able to save images of the mystery stick and its features. According to the product page, this NVIDIA Shield TV device features the same Tegra X1+ processor with up to 25% faster performance that's in the Shield TV Pro that leaked earlier today. It's also got Dolby Vision HDR and Dolby Atmos surround sound support, Ethernet and HDMI ports, and a microSD slot for you to expand on the built-in storage. Other features listed for this leaked NVIDIA Shield TV stick include built-in Google Assistant for asking questions, controlling smart hom.
PhoneDog.com 10/17/2019 14:39
offers cloud storage ranging from 15GB all the way up to 30TB, letting you access your files wherever you are and share that storage with family members. Now select Google One plans will help you on purchases you make from Google's online shop, too. Customers on the 200GB Google One plan will get 3% in-store credit on device or accessory purchases from the Google Store, while subscribers on a 2TB or higher Google One plan will get 10% in-store credit on purchases made at the Google Store. So long as you're signed in to the Google Store with the same account you use for Google One, the credit will be automatically applied to your account. With this offer, you could get a nice amount of in-store credit if you purchase a device like a Pixel ph.
PhoneDog.com 10/17/2019 13:29
A couple of months ago, Nintendo that offers better battery life than the model that originally debuted in 2017. If you've been thinking about buying that updated Switch, now may be the time to pull the trigger. . Normally priced at $299, you can get it for $274.99 thanks to a coupon that'll be automatically applied at checkout. This coupon applies to both the Neon Blue and Red Joy-Con and Gray Joy-Con models, so no matter which controller colors appeal more to you, you can save some cash. Nintendo has said that this updated Switch gets between 4.5 hours and 9 hours of battery life on a single charge. For example, it's estimated that you'll get 5.5 hours of battery life while playing The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. That's considera.
PhoneDog.com 10/17/2019 10:31
Samsung appears to have a major security issue with its . It's been discovered that some screen protectors can mess with the Galaxy S10's in-display fingerprint reader, allowing anyone's fingerprint to unlock the device. A report from details how a British woman bought a cheap screen protector from eBay and found after it was applied that her left thumb print unlocked the phone, even though it was the right thumb print that was registered with the device. She later discovered that her husband's fingerprints unlocked the phone, too. The same thing happened with her sister's phone after applying the screen protector. Samsung explains that the patterns of some screen protectors that come with silicone phone cases can be recognized by the phone.
PhoneDog.com 10/16/2019 22:49
Now that we're , Apple has posted some stats that show what user adoption of the major iOS update has been like. that 55% of all iPhones introduced in the last four years are currently running iOS 13. The company also notes that 38% of all iPhones introduced in the last four years are running iOS 12, while 7% of those devices are running an older version of iOS. When you include all iPhones, Apple touts that iOS 13 is on 50% of all iPhone models. iOS 12 is on 41% of all iPhone devices, while 9% are on pre-iOS 12 versions. Apple has separate stats for the iPad and iPadOS. The iPadOS update that is now on 41% of all iPad devices introduced in the last four years, while iOS 12 is on 51% of all iPad devices introduced within the last four years.
PhoneDog.com 10/16/2019 18:04
Turns out that isn't the only Google product that quietly got the axe this week. Google Clips has disappeared from Google's online store. Not only has Google Clips been scrubbed from the list of product categories at , but when you try to , you get kicked to the store's home page. and , Google Clips was a small, standalone camera that you could clip onto something or set up on a surface. The purpose of Clips was to capture photos and videos of special moments on its own, letting you actually participate in what was happening rather than having to be behind a camera and taking photos. Google Clips could learn familiar faces, including pets, and capture short clips of video without audio, and it would sync these photos and videos with your ph.
PhoneDog.com 10/16/2019 16:05
The Samsung Galaxy Fold , but according to a new report, we may be just six months away from an updated model arriving. The Galaxy Fold 2 is currently slated to launch in April 2020. That's according to Korean publication (via ), which adds that Samsung's codename for the next Galaxy Fold is "Bloom". Finally, today's report mentions that the Galaxy S11 is slated to arrive in March of next year, meaning Samsung could have a one-two punch of the S11 and Fold in the first half of the year. While an April launch might seem a little soon for a follow-up to the Galaxy Fold that just launched in late September, but it's worth remembering that the Galaxy Fold was . After some review units , though, Samsung delayed the launch so that it could improv.
PhoneDog.com 10/16/2019 14:47
has moved one step closer to completion. The FCC today formally approved the T-Mobile-Sprint merger after all five commissioners submitted a vote. An announcement hasn't been made by the FCC yet, but an agency official has confirmed to that all of the votes have been submitted and approval has been granted. Of the five commissioners, Chairman Ajit Pai as well as Commissioners Mike O'Rielly and Brendan Carr voted to approve the merger. Commissioners Jessica Rosenworcel and Geoffrey Starks voted against approval. "Overwhelming evidence demonstrates that the T-Mobile-Sprint merger will reduce competition, raise prices, lower quality, and slow innovation," in a statement. "Moreover, the remedies that are supposed to save consumers from the prob.
PhoneDog.com 10/16/2019 13:31
After for all users yesterday, Apple now has an update ready for developers to test out. iOS 13.2 beta 3 and iPadOS 13.2 beta 3 are to registered developers. The updates come , showing Apple is continuing to improve on iOS 13.2 and iPadOS 13.2 and get them ready for public consumption. If you've registered with Apple as a developer, you can grab iOS 13.2 beta 3 and iPadOS 13.2 beta 3 by going into Settings > General > Software Update on your device or using Apple's Developer Center on the web. The update to iOS 13.2 will bring with it several new features. Those include , a camera feature that uses pixel-by-pixel processing to optimize your photos for texture, detail, and noise; as well as like a sloth, a guide dog, prosthetic arms and legs.
PhoneDog.com 10/16/2019 13:07
We saw a multitude of Pixel 4 leaks and rumors in the weeks leading up to , and one of them claimed that . That didn't happen, and now a Google executive has explained why the new Pixel doesn't support 5G. According to Brian Rakowski, VP of product management at Google, the Pixel 4 doesn't support 5G because "now is not the right time to buy a 5G phone." Speaking to , Rakowski said that 5G coverage isn't broad enough right now for consumers to benefit and the hardware is "still power hungry [and] immature.". Of course, this doesn't mean that there will never be a 5G Pixel. Rakowski added that while there is "work to be done there," Google is tracking 5G progress and will "bring a phone out when we feel like it's a good time for users". Sever.
PhoneDog.com 10/16/2019 10:49
One of the most notable parts of the Pixel 4 launch is that it'll be the first Pixel available on all four major U.S. carriers at launch. And because there's so much choice, each carrier is rolling out special offers to convince you to choose them. Following , several U.S. carriers and announced deals for the new devices. Here's how they break down:. Pixel 4 starts at $28 per month for 30 months on AT&T Next, while the Pixel 4 XL starts at $32 per month for 30 months. For a limited time, current AT&T customers can get $300 in bill credits when trading in their old device and adding a new line or upgrading to the Pixel 4. Customers who port their number to AT&T, sign up for an Unlimited plan, trade in an eligible device, and buy a Pixel 4 on
PhoneDog.com 10/15/2019 17:22
Early this morning (on the West coast at least), Google took the stage to unveil its newest smartphones: . Unfortunately for Google it's safe to say that most people keeping tabs on the event (and maybe even most not watching the showcase) already knew what to expect, because both smartphones were leaked on a regular basis. Before Google unveiled the handsets we basically knew everything there was to know, so Google was just confirming the rumors at a major event. But that shouldn't take anything away from the Pixel 4 or the Pixel 4 XL. Not too long ago I asked if, based on just the rumors alone, you were interested in the Pixel 4 smartphones. Would one of these handsets be your next daily driver? For me it always comes down to the final an.
PhoneDog.com 10/15/2019 17:03
There were a lot of exciting announcements made by Google today, but unfortunately the company had some disappointing news to share, too. has been discontinued by Google. The company confirmed the decision to , saying that the Pixel 4 will not support Daydream VR and that it has stopped selling Daydream VR headsets. The Daydream app and store will continue working for existing users, though. As for why it's killing off Daydream VR, Google explains that it "noticed some clear limitations" on smartphone-based VR and that consumer and developer adoption hasn't been as broad as the company would have hoped. Here's Google's full statement on the matter:. "We saw a lot of potential in smartphone VR — being able to use the smartphone you carry with.
PhoneDog.com 10/15/2019 15:00
Google unveiled a lot of new devices today. There were , a , a , and . And there was a new laptop, too. The is the newest Chromebook from Google. With it, Google is ditching the tablet form factor that it used with and returning to a traditional laptop design, similar to . One thing to note, though, is that unlike the old Pixelbook, the Pixelbook Go doesn't have a convertible design. Included with the Pixelbook Go is a textured bottom that'll make the laptop easier to carry around along with two USB-C ports and a 3.5mm headphone jack. Open the Pixelbook Go and you'll be greeted by a full-size backlit keyboard with 19mm pitch and Hush Keys that promise to help keep your typing quiet. There's a multi-touch trackpad with etched glass surface,
PhoneDog.com 10/15/2019 14:10
The wasn't the only new Nest device announced at Google's event today, as the also made its debut. The Nest Wifi is an update to that launched way back in October 2016. The system is actually made up of two devices — a Nest Wifi router and a Nest Wifi point — which help you to blanket your home in Wi-Fi. The router plugs directly into your modem while the poiint extends your coverage wherever you need it. Google touts that Nest Wifi delivers up to twice the speeds of the Google Home and offers up to 25 percent better coverage, too. A two-pack of Nest Wifi can cover a 3,800-square-foot home, and you can add more Nest Wifi points if you need even more coverage. What's more, the Nest Wifi point device doubles as a Google Assistant smart speake.
PhoneDog.com 10/15/2019 11:55
Google unveiled several new products at its event today, and included in that group is a new Nest Mini smart speaker. The is an updated version of . And while the design of the Nest Mini is largely unchanged, there are some important updates included with it. For example, Google has added a wall mount to the back of the Nest Mini to make it easy to hang the smart speaker and give you more places in your home to put it. Also included with the Nest Mini is improved sound. Google says that it's made the Nest Mini's bass twice as good as the Google Home Mini. There's also a third microphone on the Nest Mini to help the device hear you in noisy environments. And the dedicated machine learning chip inside the Nest Mini helps the speaker execute s.
PhoneDog.com 10/15/2019 10:26
Google's Pixel Buds are getting a refresh. The new Pixel Buds are totally wireless, ditching the wire that held the two 'buds together on . Google says that its new Pixel Buds can get a seal in your ear for better sound, but there's also a spatial vent on the earbuds to help fight the plugged ear feeling. Another notable feature of the new Pixel Buds is Adaptive Sound. With it, the Pixel Buds will adjust the volume based on your surroundings so that you're not constantly tinkering with the volume yourself. You do have the option of swiping on the earbud if you do want to adjust the volume manually. When you're on a call, beamforming microphones will help get you better voice quality. And of course, hands-free Google Assistant is available a.

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