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Pixel 2 Has a Hidden Eight-Core Custom Image Processor That's Not Activated Yet
Google has implemented a co-processor in its Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL phones that will significantly improve the quality of the images when it’s activated. Surprisingly, when Google announced the new Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL phones they didn’t say anything about having a secret processor that will be used to improve the quality of the images. Furthermore, the early tests made with the camera on those phone already revealed that it’s the best one of the market. The new technology is called the Pixel Visual Core, and it’s Google’s first attempt at delivering a hardware solution. The companies’ approach until now has been a software one, and that’s obvious from the quality of the photos taken with Pixel 2. It seems that it’s no longer sufficient, so now they have implemented a dedicated processor for HDR+. The custom eight-core processor is a beast Google didn’t just contract a third-party company for a mobile CPU, they actually built...

Powerful File Transfer App AirDroid Is Finally Available for iPhone/iPad Users
AirDroid, the powerful file transfer app that allowed Android users to fully access their devices from either a PC or Mac, now finally has a port for Apple's iOS mobile operating system for iPhone and iPad devices. AirDroid is a very popular app, it's one of the best file transfer apps for Android devices, designed to allow users to access their phones or tablets from a computer using an easy-to-use, secure connection. With AirDroid you can manage all of your files, photos, and videos, but also SMS, WhatsApp, Line, and WeChat messages. While iPhone and iPad users rely on Apple's well-built iCloud file, photo and music syncing service, which is available for free, they can now also use a third-party app like AirDroid to transfer virtually any file format between iOS, Android, Mac, GNU/Linux or Windows operating systems. AirDroid needs only a Wi-Fi or cellular connection AirDroid works mostly based on wireless connections, allowing users to transfe...

Samsung’s CEO Resigns Citing Unprecedented Crisis
Samsung’s CEO Kwon Oh-Hyun has just announced his resignation citing an unprecedented crisis that’s most likely linked to corruption charges and indictment levied against Lee Jae-Yong, the leader of the Samsung Group. The trial of billionaire Lee Jae-Yong has just ended, and he was sentenced to five years in prison. It’s the end of a long process that also led to the impeachment of South Korea's former president, Park Geun-Hye. Samsung and its ruling bodies knew for some time that this is coming, as the trial which also involved Lee Jae-Yong has been going on for a while. Now that the trial has ended and the billionaire is going to prison, the CEO of Samsung has no other alternative on the table but to resign. It’s also fair to say that Lee Jae-Yong wasn’t really involved in Samsung operations, so the resignation of its CEO is more of self-preservation, and has no relation to the trial itself. Unprecedented crisis doesn’t sound good for business ...

ownCloud for Android 2.5 App Released with New Secure Authentication Workflow
Looks like ownCloud is still alive and kicking, and they've just released an updated version of their mobile app for Android handsets, versioned 2.5.0, which introduces a new security authentication workflow and other improvements. The best feature of the ownCloud for Android 2.5 app is support for the OAuth 2 authorization framework designed to enable apps to get limited access to user accounts on an HTTP service like Facebook or GitHub. This adds an extra layer of security when you communicate with an ownCloud cloud server. "OAuth 2 is a mechanism that prevents you from storing your credentials on the device itself," said ownCloud in the release notes. "The device gets a token by the server which can be revoked any time. This means there are no login credentials on the device which could be read by thefts." Improved stability, other enhancements Among other enhancements tha...

BlackBerry Motion Is Now Official with Android 7.1 and No Physical Keyboard
Only a few days after it leaked online, the Android-powered BlackBerry Motion smartphone was made official earlier today by BlackBerry at the GITEX 2017 event that takes place these days in Dubai, UAE. At first glance, BlackBerry Motion appears to be a variant of the BlackBerry KEYone smartphone, but without a physical keyboard, which is a bit unusual for a BlackBerry phone. The device is powered by Google's Android 7.1 "Nougat" mobile OS and has some interesting specifications for a mid-range mobile phone. Featuring a gorgeous 5.5-inch Full HD 1080p display with minimum bezels and an IP67 certified water-resistant design, BlackBerry Motion is using a Snapdragon 625 processor, 4GB of RAM, 32GB internal storage, a 12MP f/2.0 rear camera, a fingerprint reader, and a giant, non-removable 4,000mAh battery that should last all day long. The octa-core Snapdragon...

iPhone 7 Plus vs. HTC U11 vs. Pixel XL vs. Xperia XZ Premium: The Camera Review
Our in-depth camera tests are back with a new edition, this time comparing four different phone models, all of which are flagships for their parent companies. The first model is the 2017-launched HTC U11, which comes with a 12-megapixel camera and which until recently was considered the best camera phone according to DxO. The second phone is the Google Pixel XL released in 2016, while the third device is the Sony Xperia XZ Premium featuring specs that overtake the majority of handsets on the market. And of course, we have the iPhone 7 Plus which according to so many sources, including...

BlackBerry Motion Leaks Without a Hardware Keyboard
BlackBerry has already teased a new Android smartphone coming this year, and while few details were provided at that time, such as a full touchscreen and water resistance, very little was known about the direction the company was planning to embrace in terms of design. And now thanks to a photo published by Evan Blass we can finally have a closer look at what the BlackBerry Motion could look like when it hits the market later this year, though once again no specifics were provided on when we could expect the model to go live. Originally referred to as BlackBerry Krypton, the device might after all hit the shelves as BlackBerry Motion and the leak that took place today indeed points to a full touch phone without a physical keyboard. Love it or hate it kind of phone

Google Drops All Android Wear Mentions from Official Store
The Android Wear section on the Google Stores is no longer available directly to customers, and all the smartwatches that still have valid links are out of stock. Google just announced a couple of new phones, the Pixel 2 and the Pixel 2 XL, a new and expensive Chromebook, and quite a few other items. The company also improved and changed the website, but removed all mention of Android Wear devices. For now, it’s easy to attribute this move to a simple mistake, a redesign that’s not complete, or simply something that needs more work. It’s also the kind of move that makes the world wonder if Google is still behind the Android Wear project and if it’s still supporting it. Do we care about Android Wear? Google has a lot on its plate, besides the regular Android version. The...

Google Pixel 2 Now Has the Best Camera in the World, DxOMark Says
Google Pixel 2 was reviewed by DxOMark, and it looks like the mobile world has a new leader, at least regarding camera quality. When Google launches a new device, it usually becomes the best on the market, and the camera is the first one to be noticed. The guys from DxOMark had the phone before launch, and the review was in place just in time for the official announcement. From the looks of it, with the exception of the Zoom and Bokeh categories, the new Google Pixel 2 now features the best camera in the world, and that’s true for both the regular and XL versions of the device. What makes it the best? Google Pixel 2 comes in first place when tested for bright light, low luminosity environments, exposure, contrast, color balance, details, and noise. The only exceptions are the zoom and Bokeh functions, but they...

Google Launches the Pixel 2 and the Pixel 2 XL
Google has just introduced its new-generation Pixel smartphones which come to compete against the iPhone 8 (and the iPhone X) and Samsung’s S series of flagship models. Called Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, the two new models are upgraded iterations of the 2016 smartphones, coming with more or less substantial design overhauls and better hardware. In terms of looks, the two Pixel phones don’t go for an approach that’s as dramatic as the one of the iPhone X or the Samsung Galaxy S8, and they clearly stick with the design language that Google introduced with the 2016 generation. The small Pixel 2 comes with a 5-inch OLED display and lacks a headphone jack, just like the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 8 – this is a decision that has attracted lots of criticism lately, especially given that Google was one of the most vocal companies when it comes to badmouthing Apple for removing the 3.5mm audio connector last year. The Pixel 2 is manufactured by HTC and will be available with alm...

Samsung Android Phone Explodes, Forces Owner to Roll on the Ground to Stop Fire - UPDATE
Another Samsung smartphone has exploded, and this time CCTV cameras have caught the whole accident, showing the owner as the tries to stop the fire by rolling on the ground. A 47-year-old man known as Yulianto and living in Indonesia was waiting in the hotel lobby when his Samsung Grand Duos started overheating in his pocket. The man reached for the pocket to grab the phone, and just when pulling it out, the device exploded and set his shirt on fire. Yulianto then started rolling on the ground in an attempt to stop the fire, with the video recording showing another man attempting to give him a hand as he was trying to rip off the shirt. Fortunately, the owner suffered only minor burns on his chest and police authorities say that although he was rushed to the hospital, more severe injuries have been avoided by his quick react...

Google Assistant Now Has a Male Voice as Well
Google added a male voice for its assistant, bringing an extra choice for people that wanted to have this option. If there’s something all the companies that build mobile operating systems have in common, is that all of their assistants have female voices. No rule says the assistant’s voice has to be female, but that’s what’s happening. Neither men nor women had any objections about this choice, which is strange, to say the least. In any other domain, people would have argued that it’s a form of discrimination, but that’s not true for mobile devices. Siri already comes with male and female voices, and it's nice to see that Google is also coming along. Male voice for Google Assistant Google is probably trying to stay ahead of the curve, and choose between men and women available to everyone, even if they didn’t ask for it. The option is just there, and it can be changed by users. The new setting can be found under Preferences in Google Assistant ...

Google Camera HDR+ Port Receives RAW Support and Massive Improvements
The Google Camera HDR+ app was ported a while back and made to work with non-Google devices, and now it also comes with RAW support and full HDR customization. Google phones have this nice application called the Google Camera app, which is good in itself. Even if you were to export it and try to install it on other devices, it would not work. It’s built only for specific devices. A third-party developer took the time to port the application for other phones, and in one of the latest updates, the application received a lot of interesting features and customizations, well beyond what the original app was providing. Google should take notes One of the reasons Android is so popular is that it’s a relatively open system, for the most part. Developers from all over the world can make apps for it, change it in various ways, and improve it. The same goes for the applications made by Google. The Camera app was already a good one, but that doesn’t mean th...

WhatsApp Finally Getting Its Own Set of Emoticons Inspired by Apple’s
WhatsApp is finally getting its very own universal set of emoticons, which means that all the smiley faces will finally look the same regardless of the mobile operating system you’re using. A beta version of the mobile messaging app comes with an early version of this emoji pack, and by the looks of things, they all look very similar to the ones available on Apple’s iOS devices, albeit with small differences here and there. As you can see in the comparison shots below published by Emojipedia, there are obvious similarities between Apple’s emoticons and the universal WhatsApp emoji pack, though it’s pretty clear that the designing team behind the messaging platform spent some time to make them look a little bit different. The Facebook-owned service is still testing this emoji pack for the time being with a private beta version currently the only one featuring it, but if testing advances with...

Google Pixel XL 2 Leaked Ahead of Official Launch
Google will take the wraps off the new Pixel models the next Wednesday, and thanks to a new leak, we have a closer look at the bigger model that’s also expected to be the most exciting of the two. Evan Blass has published photos showing the Google Pixel XL 2 in both a case and without one, confirming once again that the search company won’t go for the same design approach as Samsung or Apple and launch a phone without any bezels. Instead, the Google Pixel XL 2 will come with a more traditional design, including no curved edges, which is quite a good thing for those who are more into a flat screen like the one of the current Pixel. The Pixel XL 2 will obviously bring some design improvements, such as smaller bezels, but overall, the look of the phone is not as dramatically refined as some people expected it to be. It’s being rumored that the Pixel XL 2 will come with a squeeze feature simi...

Samsung to Launch Fully Foldable Phone in 2018, Sources Report
Samsung is preparing to launch a foldable phone in 2018, which would completely revolutionize the market and start a major paradigm change. Even if phones seem to undergo an apparent evolution, the rate of their development is a slow one. It’s difficult to pinpoint any moment in time when one generation of smartphones was really different from the previous one. Some example could be the launch of the first iPhone or the launch of a curved phone. In any case, the market never had a proper shakeup, and Samsung is preparing for just that. The companies’ president, Koh Dong-Jin, recently disclosed the fact that we’ll finally get to see a foldable Samsung in 2018. Foldable displays have been around for a long time The fact that foldable displays exist for a long time can be puzzling. Why hasn’t anyone used them until now? Like most new technologies, it’s a matter of supply, development, and overall usability. It’s nice to see them at expositions, but...

Google Removes NFC Smart Unlock From Android With No Warning or Explanation - Updated
Google is removing the NFC Smart Unlock feature from Android only for people that are just logging in their accounts. It’s not uncommon for Google to remove features from Android. In fact, this happened lots of times when it's time to deprecate or retire some technology that’s no longer relevant to the current generation of users. The removal of NFC Smart Unlock for new logins is a strange decision because it doesn’t really fit the established pattern. It wasn’t an old technology, and if anything it was just starting to take off. It’s still a relatively new addition, and it’s very likely that most users didn’t even know that it existed. The function allowed the phones to act as a real security token based on the NFC technology, removing the need for a third-party device. It’s not about the feature, it’s about the message it sends The fact that Google is removing NFC Smart Unlock is not the actual problem. It’s their product, and they can do anyt...

iPhone 8 Plus Slower than Galaxy Note 8 in Real Test, Despite Benchmark Results
The first real test for the latest iPhone 8 Plus is here, and it looks like the massive advantage the new phones seemed to have in various benchmarks, doesn’t’ exist when using actual applications. The initial benchmarks showed a massive lead for the new iPhone 8 Plus, with its A11 Bionic processor. In fact, it practically destroyed the competition, in this case, Samsung Galaxy Note 8. They weren’t even close, and everyone hurried to say that Apple simply built the best phone on the market. On the other hand, the problem with benchmarks is that they don’t accurately portray what’s happening in real life with these devices. It’s also quite possible that companies make small optimizations so that benchmarks just run better. It might not be ethical, but it’s been done before. Benchmarks don’t actually matter ...

Pixel 2 to Feature Stereo Speakers and Music Recognition, but No Headphone Jack
Pixel 2 is about to land in just a few days, and nothing official is known about the actual devices, besides the manufacturers, launch date, and colors. Here are pretty much all of the leaks and information about the upcoming flagship from Google. Google likes to keep all the information about new products a secret, but very few things remain really hidden in this industry. Leaks and information about the upcoming Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL have been pouring in the past few months. In fact, there is a lot to digest, which means that most of it will be fake. On the other hand, there are a few trusted sources out there, so we do know a little bit about the two devices. Some things are good and innovative, and others not so much. Like all new products, there are always going to be a few people that are not happy about the new features and Google can’t do anything about that. Everything there is to know about Pixel 2 The guys at

Bill Gates Now an Android User, Says No to iPhone with a Smile
Bill Gates recently announced during a Fox TV interview, that he switched to an Android phone, and dismissed the idea of owning an iPhone. The name Bill Gates is almost representative of Microsoft, even if he’s no longer involved in the company all that much. You would expect him to have a Windows phone, but that’s pretty much a dead project. After all, he needs something with apps, and he’s not going to use an iPhone. Why is this the obvious choice for Bill Gates? The reason is quite simple. Microsoft is heavily invested in the Android ecosystem, and they have a ton of apps. The company would be remiss if it didn’t recognize a simple fact. Google covers a large majority of the market, which means that most Windows users have an Android phone. Many of the apps developed by Microsoft for Android tie in their own cloud business, including Office 365 and a few others. In this way, Microsoft is getting the best of both worlds, especially after they failed to make the ...

Google Extends Security Support for Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X Until November 2018
The security support for both the Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X from Google was until extended November 2018, adding two months to the previous date. Since Android is the most used mobile operating system in the world, it also stands to reason that it’s also the most attacked. The only way to prevent security problems on mobile devices is to keep them updated, and this is exactly what Google is doing. Up until now, the support for both the Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X was “until” September 2018, but it has been extended until November 2018, adding two more months. This can only be a good thing for Nexus users, who can hold on their devices a little bit longer. Don’t mistake security support with software support It’s important to keep in mind that security support only refers to patches and nothing else. The software support has ended in September 2017, which means that no new version of the OS...

Happy 9th Birthday, Android!
The Android operating system has just turned nine, and it looks like it’s well on track for another nine. When Google released Android on September 28, 2008, it showed a lot of promise, but it was a new player on the market, and it was hard to bet money on its success. We have to keep in mind that Google started and killed a lot of other projects over the years, and it wouldn’t be all that surprising if Android were close to getting the ax at some point. The ninth birthday comes shortly after the release of Android 8.0 “Oreo,” which might sound a little odd, but we have to remember that things were not always going this smooth. Do any of you remember Android 3.0? Me neither. Android is now installed on about 65% of the existing and working mobile devices, but that number can differ depending on who’s doing the counting. In any case, 65% is a conservative estimate, with more optimist estimates placing it at 85% or more. Android is king Like it or...

Mozilla Adds Tracking Protection to Firefox for iOS, Focus Gets Multitasking
Mozilla released on Thursday new updates for its Firefox for iOS and Firefox Focus for Android apps adding new features like tracking protection and multi-tasking, along with various other improvements. Firefox for iOS has been updated today to version 9.0, a release that's available on the App Store for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices running iOS 10.3 or later. It comes with support for Apple's recently launched iOS 11 operating system, as well as tracking protection, which is enabled by default in the private browsing mode to automatically block third-party trackers in an attempt to increase browsing speed. "For the first time, Firefox users running iOS11 on iPhone and iPad will now have automatic ad and content blocking with Private Browsing mode, as well as the tracking protection option in regular browsing. This feature uses the same ad blocking technology as Firefox Focus for Android and iOS, Firefox for Desktop and Firefox for Android," said Mozilla in ...

Google Buys the Pixel R&D Team from HTC for $1.1 Billion
Google will purchase a part of HTC’s team that worked on the Pixel and Pixel XL devices for the measly sum of $1.1 billion. The Pixel line of devices have been a success for Google, and it’s clear that the company is moving forward in building its own phones, without the help of other businesses. As it stands right now, that might be difficult to achieve from scratch. They lack the manpower and expertise, but they do have a lot of money. Everyone thought that Google would simply buy HTC when the phone maker announced yesterday that it’s halting all stock transactions. A takeover seemed imminent. It turns out that Google doesn’t really need the entire company, but only the people working for it. It’s like buying your own sports team Google decided to buy just the “Powered by HTC” team, which worked at the Pixel and Pixel 2 devices. It seems a little odd to buy just the people and not the company, although this is something that happens in sports ...

Google Pixel 2 Pricing and Colors Revealed, Prepare for a $949 XL Version
The upcoming Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL have been revealed ahead of the launch, and they look pretty much as people expected. You will need a keen eye to differentiate them from the previous generation, albeit some the coloring choice is interesting. We already know that Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are going to be available starting October 4, but until now we had to rely on leaks and other uncertain information. Now we don’t have to wonder anymore how the devices look and what are their prices. According to a report on droid-life.com, Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL will use some interesting color schemes. The smaller version built by HTC will be available in a gray/blue color (I’m sure that there is a name for it, but it might be called "boring" as far as I can tell), a black and gray combination, and a white iteration. The white and black Pixel 2 XL looks really good

Tim Cook Says $1,000 for iPhone X Is Cheap for the Technology Offered
Apple's CEO Tim Cook has commented on the apparent steep price for the iPhone X, and explained that it’s actually cheap if you really think about it. When imagining cheap or affordable products, the devices made by Apple are not among people’s choices. It’s true that Apple makes high-quality devices, but that also means that they are priced accordingly. With each new generation of iPhone, reports are released that underline just how cheap the parts are in comparison with the finished product. For their latest iPhone X, Apple made some serious changes, including using new AMOLED screens, which have to be bought from Samsung. That’s just one example. Value for your money Tim Cook tried to explain during ABC's "Good Morning America" TV show that people are usually getting a bargain. When you see a $1,000 price tag attached to a phone

Apple Music App for Android Updated with Voice Search, Recently Played Widget
Immediately after releasing the major iOS 11 software update to supported iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices, Apple pushed a new update to its Apple Music app for Android, bringing some much-needed features. In case you forgot, there's an Apple Music app for Android devices too, and the latest version that arrived today in the Google Play Store promised to add some cool new additions, among which we can mention voice search functionality and a Recently Played widget that shows you the most recent music you've played. Of course, the updated Apple Music app for Android also introduces the new profiles that let users discover music with their friends by creating a profile using either an existing Facebook or Instagram account. You'll be able to follow your friends and see what music they're listening to or share your playlists wit...

You Can Now Have the Horrible iPhone X Notch on Your Android
With the help of a simple app, users can now experiment on Android how an iPhone X user feels when they are looking at the missing part at the top of the display. iPhone X is a beautiful device with its edge to edge display, but it looks like it could have used a little bit more time in research. As it stands right now, the top part of the screen is covered by the camera notch and other sensors, which means that the display is covered by a black patch. To make things worse, it looks like Apple had to make some modifications to the OS to work around the obvious problems and limitations. It’s not a great solution, but it’s the only one they have right now. You can’t know what it’s like until you hold it The favorite expression of Apple fans is that you have to hold the phone in your hand and experience firsthand how the notch looks on the screen. It’s not that bad, they say. The problem is that you’ll have to pay a lot of money for that privilege, ...

Samsung Now Lets Users Disable the Bixby Button
Samsung has finally listened to the community and people can now choose to disable the Bixby button on their devices. The latest generation of Samsung Galaxy, the S8 line, comes with a dedicated button for Bixby, the personal assistant. It’s not really clear why Samsung chose to build a new assistant or if they have long-term plans for it, but it’s there, and it can’t be disabled; until now that is. Having the assistant open with the help of a button makes sure that people don’t have to say “Ok Google,” and it’s not depended on a software button. On the other hand, it’s hard to press a software button by mistake, and the same goes for saying “Ok Google” by mistake. This resulted in a lot of Bixby activations. We also have to keep in mind that not many people will choose to use a personal assistant. In fact, they probably outnumber the people that do use it. Since there was no way to disable the button, the situation quickly became annoying. Disable or rem...

Google to Launch Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL on October 4
Google has set a date for the launch of Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, and it’s a lot sooner than you might think, on October 4. Just two days after Apple announced its new lineup of devices, including the iPhone X, Google decided that now it’s the perfect time to announce the launch of their new Pixel 2. Lo and behold, it’s almost a month before the Apple date, on October 4. Google Pixel 2 is expected to be built by HTC, and Pixel 2 XL will most likely be made by LG. Both are very well-known companies and with excellent reputations. Unfortunately, Google has been silent on details regarding the new devices, although quite a few leaks revealed some information. October 4 is the launch date, not the announcement date