Tag: Android

Android auto-complete passwords will provide biometrics

XDA magicians have reported that Google is working on introducing a new password protection feature to auto-complete passwords in Android. Ultimately, this feature allows you to check the user with each act of using a password. Better late than never. Although it may seem strange that this has happened only now, the mere fact that […]

Google unveils Android 10 for TVs

Google said that Android 10 for smart TVs is already available. The official update of the distribution will take place throughout 2020. Google has officially sent its partners Android 10 in the TV version. Initially, the software was introduced 5 years ago, in 2014, and from that moment decided to conduct a significant revolution. Unfortunately, […]

Huawei shows new MateBook and tablet with Android OS

Huawei at the last conference in Shanghai showed a range of different electronic devices. There is a TV and even a smart speaker, but, interestingly, the company also introduced a completely new tablet and two MateBook laptops. A few days ago, people only suspected that Huawei was working on a 15-inch MateBook. The company will […]

Google is testing a new kind of comment section in the mobile version of YouTube

YouTube started testing, changes to the comments section of the Android app. After the changes, comments appear directly below the video and, thus, they will be less noticeable. YouTube comments can only be accessed by scrolling down the screen. They are currently quite hidden, but it seems that this may change soon. It is assumed […]

Philips unveils advanced kitchen TV with Android TV

Philips introduced the new 24-inch TV with Android TV and support for Google Assistant. This premiere would not be surprising if it were not for the fact that this is a device designed for the kitchen. While consumers are increasingly choosing televisions with large screen sizes, Philips decided to introduce a device that is different […]

Google Maps will receive privacy mode

Google Maps gets the Incognito feature, that is, the privacy mode that was announced a few weeks ago. In accordance with the plan, they began to provide new solutions to owners of applications on Android smartphones. However, Google explains that the process should be phased, which means that not everyone will have access at the […]

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