Tag Archive: Features


Ring Spotlight Cam review: Simple setup and loaded with features

Finally, a security camera that doesn’t scream “look at me”!

There is no shortage of home security camera options out there, and they range in price from well under $ 100 to well above it. Picking the right one can send you down a dark spiraling path trying to pick the right style, one that you can power easily, and one that is easy to manage.

After moving into a new construction home about a year ago,  [Read More…]

Android P Beta hands-on: The best and worst features

24 hours with Google’s latest Android build.

Android P has been available as a Developer Preview for weeks, but that was basically just Oreo with back-end API changes. At Google I/O 2018 we got the first proper beta release, which includes all sorts of visual changes and new features that better represent what we’ll actually see when Android P is released.

The OTA update hit my Pixel 2 XL after signing up for the Beta Program, and  [Read More…]

Machine learning for the win: Google shows off Android P’s main features

Google shows off some of the biggest changes in its upcoming release of Android. Slated to officially arrive alter this year, the next build is smarter and more intuitive than ever. Not only that, but it will help you spend less time with your face in the phone. What’s new in Android P?

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Google Maps to get updated with new Assistant, AR, and recommendation features

Google Maps is getting updated this summer with new Assistant features, new AR and camera modes, and “For You” and “Your Match” personal recommendation sections.

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Google brings even more Assistant features to Wear OS

Google has announced a new update is rolling out to Wear OS smartwatches which adds a few Google Assistant-focused features. These include Actions, audible responses, and smart suggestions.

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LG V30 ThinQ with AI camera features is up for pre-order in the US

Previously made available for customers in South Korea, the LG V30 ThinQ with more RAM, storage and new AI camera feats went up for pre-sale in the US.

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Spectacles v2 launch for $150 with sleeker design and improved features

The second-gen Spectacles iron out most all of the kinks found with v1.

In November of 2016, Snap Inc. threw a curveball at everyone with the release of Spectacles – those funky sunglasses that allowed you to record videos and post them to Snapchat. It was an incredibly novel idea, but a handful of first-gen quirks kept them from truly catching on with the masses.

Fast forward to April of 2018, and we now have Spectacles v2  [Read More…]

Gmail’s massive redesign is now live: Here’s a look at the new features

Gmail picks up a new design and a host of new features.

Google announced earlier this month that it would revamp Gmail’s design on the desktop, and the changes are going live today. Gmail is getting a significant design overhaul that makes in more in line with its Android counterpart, and Google is introducing a whole host of new features centered around security and ease of use.

There’s a new confidential mode that lets you set an  [Read More…]

How to get the top five Android P developer preview features on any Android phone

Android P is the latest version of Android and it comes with a lot of interesting new features and updates. Here is how to get some of the top five Android P features on any Android phone.

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Motorola’s new Beta Experiences program will let you test new Moto features before they’re public

Motorola is taking app development more seriously.

When you think of Motorola’s phones, you think more about the hardware than the software — not because the latter is bad, but because it’s pretty sparse, yielding to Google’s idea of what Android should be. But there are a few differentiating features, like Moto Voice and Display, that are tucked neatly into the Moto app pre-installed on every phone.

In Sao Paolo, Brazil this week, during the launch of  [Read More…]