Google Revamps Android Auto Interface With Dark Mode

Google Revamps Android Auto Interface With Dark Mode

Google is rolling out a redesign for its driver assisting mobile app — Android Auto — with a default dark mode, colourful accents and readable fonts to the app which, the search-engine giant thinks, would fit better with modern automotive...
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Microsoft’s Cortana is headed to the Android lock screen

Microsoft’s Cortana is headed to the Android lock screen

Cortana for Android and iOS is looking better than ever after a facelift in December. Now with the overhaul finished, Microsoft has another plan for the Android edition of Cortana. MSPowerUser recently spotted the ability to add Cortana to an...
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Google’s low-cost Android One program may expand to the U.S.

Google’s low-cost Android One program may expand to the U.S.

When Google launched its Android One program in 2014 it was designed for one main reason: to create a system of standards for phones in developing countries. Targeting emerging markets in Pakistan, India, the Philippines, Indonesia, and others, the program...
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Google’s close by for Android indicates Apps, websites relevant in your vicinity

Google’s close by for Android indicates Apps, websites relevant in your vicinity

Google has delivered a brand new characteristic referred to as nearby to suggests apps and websites to customers based totally on their area. those apps and services offer extra statistics about that region. this selection will roll out as a...
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Oracle to Google: Pay us $9.3bn for using Java in Android

Oracle to Google: Pay us $9.3bn for using Java in Android

Oracle thinks it is due $9.3bn in damages from Google, mostly from profits the search company is claimed to have made from using Java in Android. The tech giants are scheduled to duel again in May at a federal district...
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Apple iPhone SE: Can it really be luring in more Android switchers?

Apple iPhone SE: Can it really be luring in more Android switchers?

The new four-inch-screen iPhone SE might not have thrilled smartphone fans, but data on Apple’s online sales suggests it is reaching a new group of consumers. Online sales of the iPhone SE on the first weekend of availability were muted...
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Google to Oracle: Your $9.3bn Android Java damages claim is mad

Google to Oracle: Your $9.3bn Android Java damages claim is mad

Google has filed a rebuttal to Oracle’s claim that it’s due $9.3bn in damages for unlicensed use of Java code in Android. Google says its own damages expert “strongly disagrees” with the financial relief Oracle has demanded, ahead of th...
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5 Android shortcuts you’ll wish you knew all along

5 Android shortcuts you’ll wish you knew all along

Whether you’re just getting started with Android, or a seasoned user, these are the five shortcuts you should be using right now. Bypass unlocking your phone (when it’s safe) This feature in the Lock screen and Security menu will let...
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iOS 9.3 most stable release from Apple, more stable than Android 6.0

iOS 9.3 most stable release from Apple, more stable than Android 6.0

According to a new report by app analytics firm Apteligent, Apple’s latest iOS 9.3 build is the most stable new release by the Cupertino-based company in years. The report revealed a 2.2% crash rate for iOS 9.3 in the past...
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Samsung Galaxy Amp Prime with 5-inch display and Android 6.0 launched on Cricket for $150

Samsung Galaxy Amp Prime with 5-inch display and Android 6.0 launched on Cricket for $150

US carrier Cricket Wireless has launched a new Samsung smartphone. Dubbed Galaxy Amp Prime, the device – the carrier says – offers “premium features” and is aimed at “social media power users and value seekers.” Specs-wise, ...
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