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Huawei Mate SE arrives in the U.S. with 5.93-inch display and 4GB of RAM

Huawei is expected to introduce a new flagship smartphone later this month, but before then, a more affordable device has launched in the U.S. The Huawei Mate SE is now available from Amazon, B&H, and RELATED POST PROFILESHARE

Expanding the reach of Google Cloud Platform’s HIPAA-compliant offerings for healthcare

Rohit Talreja - Technical Program Manager, Healthcare & Life Sciences Compliance, Google Cloud Platform Joe Corkery, MD - Head of Product, Healthcare & Life Sciences, Google Cloud At Google Cloud, we strive to create innovative and elegant solutions to help you address the unique challenges of your industries. Show More Summary

HTC U12 may feature a matte white finish

The HTC U12 first popped up at an industry event, but since then, the handset was also the subject of a pretty extensive leak that showcased the handset’s rumored high-end specifications. Now, thanks to the fine folks over at HTCSource, a [...]

Video: What’s New in Android P!

Today has been fun, right? After sharing the download for the Android P Developer Preview 1, listing out the developer changes coming with P, giving you the new Pixel Launcher from P, letting you know that the 6P/5X/Pixel C are all done,...Show More Summary

Notches: Here’s a Good Look at Huawei’s P20 Lineup

During MWC, we got a look at Huawei’s upcoming P20 Lite. While the Lite version isn’t necessarily the one everyone is clamoring for, it made headlines because it features a prominent notch at the top of its display. Thanks to @evleaks,...Show More Summary

Android P’s Fun New Features: An Updating List

On the developer side of Android P, we know what’s new, thanks to a blog post and entire Android P Developer Preview portal from Google. But what about the other stuff? What about the UI changes or subtle tweaks to Android that maybe...Show More Summary

Nexus 5X, 6P, and Pixel C Won’t Receive Android P

In September of last year, we reminded you that no more major OS updates would come for the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P after Oreo. Thanks to Ars Technica who has now confirmed with Google, the end has come for not just those two phones, but the Pixel C tablet, too. While you won’t see … Continued Nexus 5X, 6P, and Pixel C Won’t Receive Android P is a post from: Droid Life

Google Publishes Timeline for Android P Developer Preview Rollout, Final Release Set for Q3

Google has released its timeline for the Developer Preview of Android P. Much like last year, the Android team is targeting Q3 for final release of the new platform, but before that happens, we’ll have five previews in total. According...Show More Summary

YouTube TV Adds NBA TV and MLB Network to Channel Lineup Today

Today, YouTube TV added NBA TV and MLB Network to its channel lineup. We were told to expect both channels “soon” after the Turner networks went live a couple of weeks ago and they arrived moments ago. They are already live. As for NBA...Show More Summary

First Android P Developer Preview Released and Now Available!

Android P is now available in a first Developer Preview! It’s currently available to the Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2, and Pixel 2 XL. This is the first Android P build and is labeled as an “alpha” release. It’s for developers here, rather than you and I with our daily phones. Show More Summary

Google Duo Just Got a Hell of a Lot More Fun With Video Messages

Google is updating Duo this week to add in video messaging and instantly make the app more fun and useful. Going forward, if you use Duo to place a video call to someone, you can leave them a video message should they not answer or if you don’t actually want to talk to them live. Show More Summary

Upcoming Jurassic World Alive Game Looks Like a Pokemon GO Clone

Pre-registration on Google Play is now up for Jurassic World Alive, a game that bears a striking resemblance to Pokemon GO. Not that that’s a bad thing, just something worth pointing out. You see, Jurassic World Alive will have you walking...Show More Summary

DEAL: US Unlocked Galaxy S8 and S8+ are Up to $135 Off

With the Galaxy S9 and S9+ up for pre-order, deal hunters might want to keep an eye on last year’s Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, which will surely see regularly scheduled steep discounts over the coming months. The first sign of that happening...Show More Summary

Android P Will Probably Let Your Phone Act as a Bluetooth Keyboard or Mouse

Android P is mostly a mystery still. While we think there is a good chance that the first developer preview of it may arrive this month (because Android O’s first developer preview did last year), we don’t know how Google is going to sell this. Show More Summary

Gboard Adds Support for Another 22 Languages, Including Korean and Chinese

Google’s very own keyboard app, Gboard, just received support for another 22 languages this morning, bringing the total of supported language varieties to over 300, covering 74% of the world’s population. Nice. While Google didn’t go...Show More Summary

I Want to Go Hunt Down T-Mobile LAA Towers After Seeing These Speeds

Before we get to a world filled with 5G, there is a good chance we’ll see one big Gigabit LTE push from carriers that is fueled by a technology we’ve referenced pretty frequently in recent months, called License Assisted Access (LAA). Show More Summary

Chrome 65 rolls out: You're getting a stronger redirect blocker, 45 security fixes

Chrome 65 rounds out Google's long-running efforts to stamp out unwanted redirects.

?Kubernetes graduates to full-pledged, open-source program

Kubernetes, which has taken the cloud container orchestration world by storm, has now graduated from the Cloud Native Computing Foundation.

Windows PCs gain share in K-12 in the U.S., but Chromebooks still dominate

Sales of sub-$300 Windows PCs is helping Microsoft grow Windows' share in the U.S. K-12 education market. But internationally, Chrome OS' and Android's shares are up.

Google Search app for iOS gains iMessage extension

Here's how to Google Search from within iMessage and send results to your contacts, thanks to a new app update.

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