Google Play Service is ending support for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich

Google announced this week that it’s ending Google Play Services support for Ice Cream Sandwich for future Play Service API releases. This means that for devices running Ice Cream Sandwich, the Google Play Store will no longer update the Play Services. Google is instead having developers target API level 16 i.e Android 4.1 Jelly Bean as […]

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Russian internet company Yandex is releasing its first Android Phone

Russian internet company Yandex is releasing its first Android Phone called the Yandex Phone. The Android 8.1 phone will be sold in Russia, complete with Yandex’s own maps, weather, and GPS apps. This is not the company’s only new product recently it has launched smart speakers with investments with Uber, and even self-driving cars. The Yandex […]

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Pandora launches podcasts with personalized recommendations

Pandora has launched Podcasts feature today and it is now officially available for all listeners. The company announced the arrival in a blog post, saying it has hundreds of podcasts with over 100,000 episodes across genres like true crime, technology, music, and more. Now in the Pandora app, there will be a new tab called “Recommended Podcasts […]

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Verizon will launch its first 5G hotspot in 2019

Verizon announced toady that its first 5G hotspot device will be launch in 2019. The hotspot was developed in collaboration with Inseego and utilizes Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 chip and Snapdragon X50 5G modem. Both of the companies plan to showcase the hotspot running on a very small scale deployment of Verizon’s actual 5G NR network in […]

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Google released Chrome 71 with a new features to block abusive ads

Google has recently announced that Chrome 71 is finally available publicly for Windows, Mac, and Linux, as spotted by 9to5Google. The latest version of Google’s browser was in the works over the past few months, touting features to help fight against abusive ad experiences by blocking manipulative ad designs and showing billing warning screens. With Chrome 71 google has added […]

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Google releases a fix for Pixel 3 RAM management and other

Google has recently released its security update for Pixel users, which includes over a dozen functional patches to improve performance and early bugs in the Pixel 3 and 3 XL. Most notably, the patch should fix the poor memory management that until now has caused the phones to prematurely close background apps like Instagram and others. You should be able to […]

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Google adds eSIM support on the Pixel 3 for Sprint and several international carriers

Google has become the first smartphone company to support built-in eSIMs with its Google Fi network last year. Now, it’s expanding that even further with the announcement of several new carriers around the world that will support the feature. In addition to Google Fi, Google is adding support for Sprint in the US, EE in the UK, Airtel […]

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Apple Music is getting support for Android tablets

It has been 3 years that Apple Music came to Android phones and now Apple Music is adding support for Android tablets, reports 9to5Mac. Version 2.7 of the app, which is currently only available for beta testers, ditches the hamburger menu in the top left in favor of a navigation bar on the bottom, which should make […]

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