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Gboard version 6.8 update brings handwriting support, new languages

The changes that previously came out in beta are now finally available in the stable build. The update for version 6.8 of Gboard or Google’s official virtual keyboard includes native handwriting
Xperia XZ2 could still save Sony’s 2018 lineup

Xperia XZ2 could still save Sony’s 2018 lineup

Some OEMs cast a wide net and hope they catch as many fish as they can. Or said in another way, they throw as many they can on a wall and hope at least one sticks. That is almost the strategy that
Xperia XZ2 could still save Sony’s 2018 lineup

Xperia XZ2 could still save Sony’s 2018 lineup

Some OEMs cast a wide net and hope they catch as many fish as they can. Or said in another way, they throw as many they can on a wall and hope at least one sticks. That is almost the strategy that
Google Pixelbook gets a holiday discount and a free Google Home

Google Pixelbook gets a holiday discount and a free Google Home

Some people hold off on hot new purchases until the end of the year and for good reason. Depending on where you live, that’s the time when prices, even for shiny new products, tend to shave off a few
Google Pixelbook gets a holiday discount and a free Google Home

Google Pixelbook gets a holiday discount and a free Google Home

Some people hold off on hot new purchases until the end of the year and for good reason. Depending on where you live, that’s the time when prices, even for shiny new products, tend to shave off a few

Jacquard™ by Google update gets Illuminate and Find Your Phone abilities

For the few hundreds of people who have downloaded the Jacquard™ by Google app to help customize and operate their connected jacket, they will be happy to know that there is a new update and that it
Galaxy S8 Oreo fourth beta arrives with bad news for DeX

Galaxy S8 Oreo fourth beta arrives with bad news for DeX

As unofficially hinted by a Samsung customer representative, a fourth beta for Android 8.0 Oreo for the Galaxy S8 and S8+ has officially arrived. While it still doesn’t clue us in on when the final,
Galaxy S8 Oreo fourth beta arrives with bad news for DeX

Galaxy S8 Oreo fourth beta arrives with bad news for DeX

As unofficially hinted by a Samsung customer representative, a fourth beta for Android 8.0 Oreo for the Galaxy S8 and S8+ has officially arrived. While it still doesn’t clue us in on when the final,
Here are some more Galaxy S9 renders

Here are some more Galaxy S9 renders

Unlike this year’s Samsung flagships, it seems that next year’s Galaxy S9 will be playing it safer. A lot safer. While it will obviously have most of the latest hardware, though not all, word on the
Here are some more Galaxy S9 renders

Here are some more Galaxy S9 renders

Unlike this year’s Samsung flagships, it seems that next year’s Galaxy S9 will be playing it safer. A lot safer. While it will obviously have most of the latest hardware, though not all, word on the

BlackBerry PRIV’s two-year monthly updates just ended

It has been a while since BlackBerry released an update for the PRIV. We’ve been hearing more about the BlackBerry KEYOne but that doesn’t mean the Canadian smartphone pioneer has forgotten about the

Games Roundup: Holiday cheer and games, games, games

Our objective here with our weekly roundup of games is to make sure that you never run out of interesting and enjoyable games to play, especially now that the holiday season is rolling in. If you’re
Pokemon Go’s first Gen 3 Legendary appears but only for a month

Pokemon Go’s first Gen 3 Legendary appears but only for a month

What started out as just 150 (technically 152) pocket monsters has now grown to nearly a thousand, give or take. Now imagine trying to re-implement all those in the real world. Definitely not an easy
Pokemon Go’s first Gen 3 Legendary appears but only for a month

Pokemon Go’s first Gen 3 Legendary appears but only for a month

What started out as just 150 (technically 152) pocket monsters has now grown to nearly a thousand, give or take. Now imagine trying to re-implement all those in the real world. Definitely not an easy
BlackBerry PRIV reaches end of life, no more monthly updates

BlackBerry PRIV reaches end of life, no more monthly updates

Time flies, as they say, whether you’re having fun or not. It’s almost incredible, and by that, we mean “unbelievable”, that BlackBerry’s first fully Android smartphone has already passed its second
BlackBerry PRIV reaches end of life, no more monthly updates

BlackBerry PRIV reaches end of life, no more monthly updates

Time flies, as they say, whether you’re having fun or not. It’s almost incredible, and by that, we mean “unbelievable”, that BlackBerry’s first fully Android smartphone has already passed its second

Facebook brings the snooze button to your news feed

Every once in a while, especially if you have a lot of friends on Facebook, you get the urge to unfriend or unfollow someone, whether because they’re becoming too annoying or they just post a lot. The

Google Maps now officially has transit step-by-step navigation

When you use Google Maps for driving, walking, or biking directions, you can get a step-by-step navigation to ensure that you actually won’t get lost. But when you’re commuting or in transit, you only
Google stops showing news sites that hide their country of origin

Google stops showing news sites that hide their country of origin

Google has made a big change to its policies on news articles and websites, hoping to improve the odds in the ongoing war against “fake news.” Google News will no longer show results from publications
Google stops showing news sites that hide their country of origin

Google stops showing news sites that hide their country of origin

Google has made a big change to its policies on news articles and websites, hoping to improve the odds in the ongoing war against “fake news.” Google News will no longer show results from publications