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Why you won’t be using Bluetooth 5 on your Galaxy S8 just yet – Gary explains

The Samsung Galaxy S8 has the hardware to support Bluetooth 5, but there are things missing, which means you can't access the Bluetooth 5 functionality yet.

The High Five: trending searches this week

10 hours agoTechnology / Google : Google Blog

The tragic attack in Manchester was top of mind for many searchers this week. Here's a look at what people wanted to know, and four other trending topics from the week of May 21. Attack in Manchester This week, a terrorist attack in Manchester, England claimed the lives of 22 people attending an Ariana Grande concert. Show More Summary

Nova Launcher Beta Adds Android O-Styled Notification Dots, Round Searchbar

13 hours agoTechnology / Google : Droid Life

A new Nova Launcher Beta arrived last night with a couple of minor tweaks to get you feeling closer to Android O than you’ll be for the next year+ because you probably own a Samsung phone. Look at me, taking digs at your Samsung phones...Show More Summary

Amazon Echo Dot sale cuts $10 off regular price for a limited time

Amazon recently kicked off deals on refurbished versions of the Echo and Echo Dot — the refurbished Echo deal is still happening — and now you can now save some cash on a new Echo Dot, too. For a limited time, WATCH NOWAmazon Echo Dot Review: The Best Alexa-Enabled Device

A vision for success: Taking LED glasses made in Korea to the world

As part of our series of interviews with entrepreneurs across Asia Pacific who use the Internet to grow their business, we caught up with Kyuhee Lee, marketing manager at Chemion, to find out how this startup went from selling zero pairs...Show More Summary

All 101 announcements from Google I/O ‘17

It’s been a busy three days here in Mountain View, as more than 7,000 developers joined us at Shoreline Amphitheatre for this year’s Google I/O. From AI to VR, and everything in between, here’s an exhaustive—we mean that—recap of everything we announced. 1. Show More Summary

Android enterprise security gets smarter and stronger with Google Play Protect and Android O

Enterprise customers need intelligent security tools to protect their data as part of a successful mobile deployment. Android is built with enterprise security in mind, from the platform to the security services that now check 50 billion apps a day. Show More Summary

Empowering developers to build the best experiences across platforms

It’s great to be in our backyard again for Google I/O to connect with developers around the world. The 7,200 attendees at Shoreline Amphitheatre, millions of viewers on the live stream, and thousand of developers at local I/O Extended...Show More Summary

Google’s smart, cloud-based whiteboard is now available in the US

You can now purchase Google’s Jamboard for $4,999, and that’s excluding the rolling stand, annual management fee, and G Suite subscription fee.

The Droid Life Show: Episode 142 – Let’s Recap I/O 2017

On this episode of the DL Show, we’re recapping Google I/O 2017! The event ran all of last week and we have now had a chance to digest all that was announced. From Google Home to Assistant and Android O, there was a ton of new stuff. Was it all as big as the set […] The Droid Life Show: Episode 142 – Let’s Recap I/O 2017 is a post from: Droid Life

Stop plugging your MicroUSB cable in the wrong way with MicFlip

More products are gradually moving to USB Type-C, but for those of us who still live in MicroUSB land, we may as well cut out the main irritant.

Oceanhorn 2 isn’t Zelda mobile, but it might be the next best thing

Developer Cornfox & Bros. has released footage of its upcoming mobile title, Oceanhorn 2: Knights of the Lost Realm, and it's got a very familiar feel...

The grand tour of Italy: traveling through the past and present to define our future

Italian culture—art, architecture, music and food—have made Italy great in the eyes of the rest of the world. Have you ever wondered how these Italian masterpieces from the past have shaped today’s present, and how they can continueShow More Summary

Four reasons your company should use the new Team Drives

1. Team Drives makes onboarding new hires easier. When onboarding new team members, it can take weeks, and sometimes months, before those employees become productive. This may partly be due to having limited access to training materials and project information. Show More Summary

#GraciasALosProfes: Celebrating Teacher Appreciation Day in Mexico

Today is Teacher Appreciation Day, or Día del Maestro, in Mexico, where 30 GEG (Google Educator Groups) leaders are at the helm of the movement to transform education through technology in Latin America. Our Mexican GEG leaders empower their fellow teachers to harness tech to meet students’ needs. Show More Summary

The Droid Life Show: Episode 141 – From S8 to I/O We Go

On this episode of the Droid Life Show, we’re catching up on the past couple of weeks, so that means Galaxy S8 review and all of the thoughts that go along with it. We also have Google I/O next week and a new phone from HTC, plus news surrounding the Amazon Show, Alexa calling, and […] The Droid Life Show: Episode 141 – From S8 to I/O We Go is a post from: Droid Life

Sony Xperia L1 now available with 5.5-inch display, $199.99 price

Back in March, Sony introduced a new entry-level member of its Xperia family, the Xperia L1. Fast-forward nearly two months and the L1 is now available. The Sony Xperia L1 has launched at Amazon and

Galaxy S8 is Super Cool, But…

I’m still using the regular Google Pixel on that daily grind. Samsung made a phone that I just told you was the best phone you could buy today. The Galaxy S8 (and S8+) still is, in my opinion. Nothing has changed on that front. It’s just not the phone for me. Even as iPhone-ish as […] Galaxy S8 is Super Cool, But… is a post from: Droid Life

Welcoming Owlchemy Labs to Google

We care a lot about building and investing in compelling, high-quality, and interactive virtual reality experiences and have created many of our own—from YouTube, Street View, and Photos on Daydream to Google Earth VR and Tilt Brush....Show More Summary

How machine learning in G Suite makes people more productive

Email management, formatting documents, creating expense reports. These are just some of the time-sinks that can affect your productivity at work. At Google, this is referred to as “overhead”—time spent working on tasks that do not directly relate to creative output—and it happens a lot. Show More Summary

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