The HONOR 8X is the perfect smartphone to help you get through the hectic holiday season thanks to its 6.5-inch FullView display on the front of the device, and the impressive AI Camera on the back. But the HONOR 8X doesn't stop there. It also sports a pretty large capacity battery and a low price tag of just €229 (about $260 USD converted). While the HONOR 8X would make an impressive gift this holiday season, it's also a great option to help you get through the holiday season and here's why. 6.5-inch FullView Display HONOR is calling its 19.5:9 aspect ratio display a FullView Display. This is because the front of the phone is mostly screen, with an 91-percent screen-to-body ratio resulting in a 6.5-inch display housed within a body that would typically only feature a 5.5-inch screen. This is a 1080p display, so while it's not the highest resolution screen available, it still looks pretty impressive. This 6.5-inch display is great for watching content, especially to pass … [Read more...] about HONOR 8X’s FullView Display, AI Camera Are Great For The Holidays
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If you’re in the market for a small speaker, you can go for an Apple HomePod with Siri inside or this $2,250 Bang and Olufsen deal, but if you’re looking for the most value, top features, and a solution that lets you spread music throughout your home, you only really have Amazon’s Echo speakers and Google’s Home lineup. Statistically speaking, you are likely to buy more than one speaker, and depending on the size of your home, if you get three or four, you should be able to cover your entire home with those smart speakers. You can also access a wide range of games, apps, and services, from making phone calls and checking your calendar to sending messages and making phone calls. Many of the places where Google Assistant and Alexa meet can be fought more or less to a draw. Both provide a range of at least half a dozen speakers you can mix and match that range in price and sound from the $49 Echo Dot and Home Mini (the Home Mini is actually better) to the $130 Echo … [Read more...] about Amazon Echo or Google Home: Which smart speaker is right for you?
Article Contents1 YouTube v13.401.1 Watch party [Teardown]2 YouTube v13.412.1 Voice Search for Smart Remote3 YouTube v13.433.1 Super stickers4 YouTube Music v2.554.1 Policy spam4.2 Audio only setting... in settings5 Google+ v10.175.1 Audience size6 Google Camera v6.16.1 Autofocus: Near and Far6.2 Time lapse mode6.3 Fun codenames6.4 Suggestions7 Google Photos v4.38 Wear OS v2.178.1 Follow-up: Media controls8.2 eSIM support Every week, I examine somewhere in the neighborhood of a hundred app updates while looking for changes. The most interesting things turn into APK Teardowns or Download posts. Many of the remaining updates are unremarkable, amounting to a few bug fixes, routine updates to libraries, or even just pixel-level adjustments to layouts and images. However, there are usually a few updates that land somewhere in between. I don't want to spam readers with dozens of short posts, but I hate to ignore things that people might want to know about, so I'm going to wrap up the … [Read more...] about Update Notes for YouTube, Google+, YouTube Music, Google Camera, Photos, and Wear OS (October 28, 2018)
Shane Dawson’s coronation as the king of YouTube in 2018 is undeniable: whenever he uploads a documentary on a personality, it’s like the internet stops. Even if you dislike Shane’s style or approach, his investigations produce top-tier online gossip that no traditional media outlet — or YouTuber, for that matter — has been able to crack. While his current eight-part documentary Mind of Jake Paul has primarily billed itself as an exploration of Jake Paul’s potential sociopathy, at its heart lies a much more troubling question: is the perpetual shitshow of YouTube a result of its design, or is there something fundamentally wrong with top entertainers on the platform? In terms of headlines, YouTube has had a rough few years. Parents worry that the social media site feeds kids disturbing garbage, the system perpetually recommends extremist right-wing content, conspiracy theories proliferate faster than real news, and the most visible stars on the … [Read more...] about Shane Dawson’s Jake Paul series is really about YouTube’s broken heart
Although the Pixels have barely made a dent in the market since their debut two years ago, Google uses them to highlight what it considers to be the best features of its Android operating system. A previously announced feature in which software will call businesses to make appointments and restaurant reservations for you will debut on the Pixel first, for instance -- initially in New York, Atlanta, Phoenix, Arizona, and the San Francisco Bay Area.IDC analyst Ramon Llamas said the Pixel 3 doesn't break new ground on hardware, but "software is a different story. It's mostly about convenience here."As usual, the Pixel phones focus heavily on Google's search engine, maps, digital assistant and YouTube video service.Google has sold an estimated 7 million Pixels over the past two years, almost imperceptible next to the 3.6 billion phones shipped during that time, according to IDC. Apple alone sold 388 million iPhones during the same period.Tuesday's announcements come a day after Google … [Read more...] about How can Google prove its smartphone camera is superior? Hire Annie Leibovitz