Tag Archive: Button

Facebook is working on a ‘dislike’ button, says Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook users have debated for a long time whether or not the social networking service should have a “dislike” button alongside its famous “like” feature. Now there’s word direct from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg that a “dislike” button is not only in the works, but it closer to a launch than you might think.

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Do Button by IFTTT picks up Android Wear support, new channels

Do Button by IFTTT has added Android Wear support in its latest update, making it easy to pull up your recipes and control little tasks right from your wrist. In addition to Android Wear support, the latest update has also brought along some new channels for controlling tasks with even more services, along with the usual bug fixes. Here’s a breakdown of what’s new in Do Button by IFTTT:

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Best Android gadgets of the week: Moto Surround, Amazon Dash Button, and more!

This weekend we’re rounding up the best new Android accessories to hit the market again. Amazon pulled the trigger on the public launch of their incredibly convenient shopping button, while Motorola offered up two new pairs of headphones. There’s plenty more, so dive in!

LG G3 gets a minor update from Verizon, adds a new Bluetooth button

Verizon is currently rolling out an update for the network’s LG G3. While it appears to be only a minor release, we’re looking at a new Bluetooth button to switch between outputs during a call, some HD voice options and other improvements.

Google exec says a ‘buy button’ is coming to search

A “buy button” will eventually make its way to ads in Google search results, according to a Google exec.

Speaking at Code Conference today, Google’s Chief Business Officer, Omid Kordestani, said that a buy button is “imminent” for ads in Google search.

Google will reportedly add a ‘Buy’ button to some mobile search results

Google is said to be planning to add a “Buy” button to mobile search results in the next several weeks.

In an effort to compete with the likes of Amazon, Google will reportedly add a “Buy” button on search results pages fairly soon. The buttons will appear as part of sponsored search results for select products. Tapping the buy button will take users to a product page to actually buy the item.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 images leaked revealing metal frame, home button

While the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 is still a month away, its leaked images have already  revealed a chunk of its specifications including a metal chassis and a physical home button.

According to images revealed by leakster @OnLeaks on Twitter, the successor of the Galaxy Tab S shares a clear resemblance with the Galaxy Tab A. Also, it is apparent from the images that power and volume buttons are situated on the right hand side along with microSD and  [Read More…]

IFTTT launches new Do Button, Do Camera and Do Note apps, rebrands original app to simply ‘IF’

IFTTT, always the tinkerer’s dream, is making some big changes today with the launch of a new set of apps and a rebranding of its main app. The three new apps, called Do Button, Do Camera and Do Note, are meant to be specialized single-use apps — accompanied by widgets — that are simpler to set up and can tie into your favorite products and apps to perform a single action very well.

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Power Button Flashlight: Review

One feature that has become more and more prominent on smartphones is being able to use the device’s LED flash for a flashlight or torch. Flashlights are becoming more and more standard on smartphones, but it is difficult to access them most of the time; some devices don’t even have an option for a flashlight or some have them hidden as a widget.

That is where third-party apps come in. Power Button Flashlight makes it very easy to access  [Read More…]

Google Calendar on the web gets smarter with real-time updates, back button support

It isn’t the flashy Material Design upgrade we’ve been seeing on other Google properties, but Google Calendar on the web is getting a little smarter with a few subtle upgrades. Starting today if you use Google Calendar in a web browser you’ll notice real-time updates of information without refreshing the page, meaning you’ll never miss a meeting time change or updated details.

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