As anticipated, Google officially announced in a blog post that its popular Bluetooth speaker – the Google Home, has gained multiple users support. Starting this week, Google Home allows users to add up to six household members which can connect with their individual accounts. Remember that in a previous article we were wondering whether Google […]
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Fire TV Stick lets you access Prime Video, Hotstar, Netflix, and other on-demand services.
Amazon has launched the Fire TV Stick in India for ₹3,999. The streaming dongle is now up for sale on Amazon India, and you’ll also be able to pick up the accessory from 24 retail stores across seven cities.
With the Fire TV Stick, you’ll be able to access Amazon’s Prime Video, along with a slew of other on-demand video streaming services [Read More…]
The LG G6 may launch in India before the end of April.
Samsung is getting ready to launch the Galaxy S8 and S8+ in India later this week, and it looks like the announcement made LG realize that it also has a flagship that’s yet to make its debut in the country. The South Korean company has finally started taking registrations for the LG G6 in India, which means that a launch isn’t too far away.
Raids, PvP and player trading said to be coming in a massive summer update.
An interview with Niantic’s Asian General Manager Yoshiji Kawashima and Asian General Marketing Manager Kenji Suka hints that the long-rumored Legendary events for Pokémon Go may happen in July 2017.
In the interview with Japanese site K-Tai Watch Kawashima says that a huge event is planned for summer 2017 and the new in-game mechanics are currently in development. These will include raids, PvP, [Read More…]
Something good is happening at Freedom Mobile.
Back when Freedom Mobile was called Wind Mobile, it was seen by the Big Three Canadian carriers as a pest that wouldn’t go away. Now that Shaw Communications owns the company, and is growing its LTE network in major cities around the country, it’s becoming a much bigger force to be reckoned with.
Much of that comes from the growth of its LTE network, which is expanding in all directions [Read More…]
Facebook Messenger users in the U.S. will now get contextual suggestions from M.
Facebook started testing its AI assistant for Messenger — simply called M — back in 2015, and the company is finally rolling out the service to everyone in the U.S.
Facebook says that M will pop up into conversations to suggest contextual “content and capabilities to enrich the way people communicate and get things done” — which sounds a lot like how Google [Read More…]
Google Play Music All Access is the most affordable way to listen to music in India.
Google Play Music went live in India last year, offering customers the ability to buy and download millions of tracks starting at just ₹15 ($ 0.20). However, Google Play Music All Access — the company’s subscription service that costs $ 9.99 in the U.S. — wasn’t available at launch.
It took Google over six months, but All Access is now going live in [Read More…]
Android Auto is finally getting an update.
Google demoed Waze integration in Android Auto back at I/O 2016, but we haven’t seen any progress on that front. Back in February, Android Auto picked up an app switcher for maps, hinting at the availability of navigation options other than Google Maps.
It now looks like Waze is finally about to make its way to the car, as invites are being sent out to beta test Waze on Android Auto. [Read More…]
Moto G4 Plus finally picks up Nougat update in the U.S.
Republic Wireless kicked off a Nougat soak test for the Moto G4 Plus a few weeks ago, and it now looks like Motorola is rolling out the update to unlocked G4 Plus (XT1644) units in the country.
The update comes in at 741MB, and includes all the feature new in Nougat, such as inline notification replies, multi-window mode, improvements to Doze, and a new one-handed [Read More…]