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Google event Oct 15 with Pixel 4 on deck

Google event Oct 15 with Pixel 4 on deck

Today the Pixel 4 Google event was confirmed for October 15, 2019. This scheduling and a wide variety of leaks make it a very good bet that the Google Pixel 4 and Google Pixel 4 XL will be revealed alongside other Google devices and services. This event's date placement is extremely similar to the last three years of Google events for their Google Pixel smartphone lineup.

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In 2020, Samsung Galaxy S11 will take a new angle

In 2020, Samsung Galaxy S11 will take a new angle

When analyzing the possibilities for Samsung's next generation of Galaxy S and Note devices, you may want to consider readjusting your expectations the year 2020. Not because they'll be bringing anything particularly different for the masses, but because of how Samsung's about to flip their script. It won't be the tech that's changed, it'll be Samsung's message.

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Pixel 4’s latest leaks come with one disappointing news

Pixel 4’s latest leaks come with one disappointing news

Another day, another set of leaks for Google's worst-kept secret of 2019. It's probably for the best since fans will have an idea what they're getting into before the day arrives. So far the leaks have been to everyone's expectations, but that doesn't mean there are no disappointing turns. In fact, even in this latest flood of new information, there is one small detail that makes the Pixel 4 look less competitive than this year's late 2019 flagships.

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Google launches new tools for finding local addiction resources

Google launches new tools for finding local addiction resources

Google has launched two new tools to help opioid addicts get help from nearby resources. The tools involve Google Maps, making it easier to find life-saving naloxone medication and to locate recovery centers that can help individuals get over their addiction. Both tools are free to access through Google's newly launched Recover Together website, which doesn't link searches for centers to one's Google account.

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YouTube is discontinuing its TV interface for web browsers

YouTube is discontinuing its TV interface for web browsers

YouTube offers a readily available television interface for people who access the service using an ordinary web browser. This interface is most commonly used by people who have a small computer, such as a PC stick or Linux box, hooked up to their TV as a substitute for a streaming device, but that'll be changing in the near future.

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Google Pixel 4 camera may out-magic iPhone 11 Pro

Google Pixel 4 camera may out-magic iPhone 11 Pro

The Google Camera 7.0 leak we're looking at today suggests that the Google Pixel 4 will have several new features from the get-go. This newest leak suggests that the features we've just seen revealed for the iPhone 11 Pro may give Apple a run for its money. These features for Pixel 4 include - but are not limited to - Live HDR, mesh warping (for selfie distortions), Night Sight improvements, Motion Blur, Zero Shutter Lag, Dynamic Depth Format, Playground AR Sticker integration, Measure Mode (AR), Rewind Mode, Audio Zoom, and of course new Google Lens abilities.

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Pixel 4 XL appears again in Vietnam, gaming prowess shown off

Pixel 4 XL appears again in Vietnam, gaming prowess shown off

The Pixel 4 continues to be Google's worst kept secret this year and it doesn't seem like the leaks will stop flowing until the phones are announced next month. It seems that the biggest source of leaks, particularly hands-on videos, are coming all the way from Vietnam where non-final versions of the Pixel 4, in this case the Pixel 4 XL, are showing up to tease what's coming really soon.

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Google One now backs up Android photos and MMS

Google One now backs up Android photos and MMS

With Google's many products and services, you could be forgiven for forgetting there's such a thing as Google One. Launched more than a year ago, the service offered subscribers some data storage at a price. In addition to being something like Google Drive, Google One also acted as storage backup for Android phones. Now Google is expanding the feature set a bit by covering data that is precious to Android users like their photos and multimedia messages.

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Hulu for Android loses Google Daydream VR headset support

Hulu for Android loses Google Daydream VR headset support

Virtual reality headsets have largely been split into two categories: the expensive gaming models and the inexpensive phone-based headsets. The latter are used as novelties for simple mobile gaming and, more often than not, as personal entertainment devices, enabling users to watch a movie in their own private VR theater. This niche use for the devices resulted in a number of video services adding VR headset support to their apps, but things have changed for Google's Daydream model.

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Huawei’s iPhone 11 Pro retort is beyond weird

Huawei’s iPhone 11 Pro retort is beyond weird

Huawei's Honor brand posted a strange subtweet this week just after Apple's iPhone 11 Pro event. In this social media post on Twitter, Honor India (@HiHonorIndia) suggested that "Pro photography shouldn't cost an [arm] and a [leg]. Or a kidney." As you'll see in the image below, they used emoji imagery to illustrate their point.

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Google Photos’ new Memories are private AI-curated stories

Google Photos’ new Memories are private AI-curated stories

Google has pushed out an update for Google Photos, adding a new 'Memories' feature that creates galleries with content from past years to highlight memorable moments. This feature is similar to the videos generated by Facebook and select other social media platforms, offering a brief look at the best parts of a particular time period, such as the previous year, as well as memorable events.

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Google Photos prints with CVS and Walmart: Ordering details

Google Photos prints with CVS and Walmart: Ordering details

Today we're looking at Google Photos latest update that includes new collaboration with CVS and Walmart for photo prints. Google Photos has access to soft and hard-cover books as well as prints of photos at "11,000 locations with print centers across the U.S." as of this week. As it is with any photo printing service via your phone or computer, this service has some fine print details which you'll want to become familiar.

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