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LG AI-enabled TVs receive Google Assistant support

11 days ago   |   By Android Community

This week may be all about the Google Assistant as the I/O 2018 conference is being held in the United States. The tech giant is making major announcements and most of them are related to the smart home arena that is now being infiltrated by AI. One of the first to be offered is the...
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Google shares Pocket Casts, Lyft, and other partners' early Material Theming concepts

Google shares Pocket Casts, Lyft, and other partners' early Material Theming concepts

11 days ago   |   By 9to5Google

Google officially unveiled Material Themes at I/O 2018 after weeks of various Android and web apps slowly revealing new aspects. During the keynotes, first-party apps, like Photos, showed off the new design and now Google is revealing “ partner studies ” that explore how others could adopt it.
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Missed the I/O 2018 keynote? Here's a 10-minute overview

Missed the I/O 2018 keynote? Here's a 10-minute overview

11 days ago   |   By 9to5Google

Just like every I/O , Google kicked off this year's developer conference with a keynote address that lasted multiple hours. If you missed it or just don't have time to watch the entire thing, the Google Developers YouTube channel has trimmed the whole keynote down to a 10-minute video. Watch it below.
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NXP Reveals Android Things Certification For i.MX 8M By June

11 days ago   |   By Android Headlines

Following Google's announcement of Android Things 1.0 at Google I/O 2018 , NXP Semiconductors has revealed its newly released i.MX 8M applications processor will be ready for the platform in just a couple of months. That's moderately surprising, given concerns that have been expressed as to whether or not manufacturers would be able to take advantage of the new embedded operating system platform quickly. After all, it has only just been a few weeks since the release of the final developer preview version of Android Things. For those who may not already know, Android Things is predominantly...
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Google Tweaks Heads-Up Notifications In Android P DP2 - I/O 2018

Google Tweaks Heads-Up Notifications In Android P DP2 - I/O 2018

11 days ago   |   By Android Headlines

Google has tweaked heads-up notifications in Android P developer preview 2, though not by a huge margin, rather just slightly by adjusting the animations and making them a little bit more lively and visually noticeable. If you've already flashed the second developer preview for Google's upcoming version of Android and you've already gotten an incoming notification while the display was on and you were using the device, then you'd have likely noticed how the animation has changed, coming with more of a bounce than then it currently does in Oreo and prior.
Not only does the animation have...
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Google Assistant's New Voices Are Now Live

Google Assistant's New Voices Are Now Live

11 days ago   |   By Ubergizmo

In case there are some of you guys out there feel that Google Assistant is lacking in terms of voice options, you might have heard that at Google I/O 2018, the company announced that their digital assistant will be getting six new voices. For those who are excited for it, then you'll be pleased to learn that the new voices are live. These new voice options should be available for users to access via the Google Assistant settings menu, but if you don't see it yet, it's probably because it hasn't rolled out to you, but we expect that it shouldn't be too long until it does. With these new...
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Android P Basically Includes Circle With Disney For Adults

11 days ago   |   By Android Headlines

Mixed in with the wealth of new features Google has announced at its I/O 2018 event have been some that should seem very familiar to parents. More directly, they're probably most akin to Disney's parental control features encompassed in its Circle with Disney subscription service. That recognition shouldn't be too surprising since Disney has been offering its service for several years. Its service allows parents to keep an eye on their children's' screen time, manage the content they consume, set pauses in connectivity, and turn off access at bedtime. Of course, one major difference is...
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Do Not Disturb Hides Notifications In Android P DP2 - I/O 2018

11 days ago   |   By Android Headlines

Do Not Disturb mode hides notifications in Android P DP2 (which Google unveiled and released at I/O 2018 on May 8) from the notification tray completely, so not only will you end up with no sound from the incoming messages, emails, and any other notifications, but you will end up with no visual representation of those notifications either. For anyone who wants to be able to completely disconnect from the world that keeps most people so connected without having to physically power their device down, Google's new implementation of Do Not Disturb looks to be the answer.
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Google Explains Why Its Design Changes Weren't Dubbed “Material Design 2” - I/O 2018

11 days ago   |   By Android Headlines

Google made a ton of announcements at Google I/O this week, including some that were part of the developer keynote yesterday afternoon. A smaller part of that keynote was indeed its changes to Material Design. Leading to the developer conference, a good number of the leaks indicated that it might be called “Material Design 2” but that's not the case. When asked about it, Google's VP of Design, Matias Duarte, informed us that the team did not want to invalidate the original Material Design guidelines. As those are still part of the system, but instead wanted to show that it is evolving...
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Google has an immersive Google Home Max experience at I/O 2018

Google has an immersive Google Home Max experience at I/O 2018

11 days ago   |   By Phandroid

New to Google I/O this year is an immersive Google Home Max experience, which is an absolutely massive Google Home Max replica that you can go inside. Once inside, you'll find a Google Home Max mounted upon the wall of a room filled with LEDs that osculate, change, and dance while adapting to the music being played from the wall mounted smart speaker. While the crazy light show is definitely impressive and a cool party trick for I/O attendees, the entire purpose of this room is to show just how loud and clear the sound is coming from Google's premium audio device.
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Google Duo Introduces New Screen Sharing Feature

Google Duo Introduces New Screen Sharing Feature

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TeenSafe phone monitoring app leaked thousands of passwords

TeenSafe phone monitoring app leaked thousands of passwords

Data server leaked Apple IDs and passwords in plain text - and required two-factor authentication be disabled. ZDNet reports that TeenSafe , an app that helps parents monitor... Read more ...

App used by parents to spy on their kids suffers data breach

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If you're a parent, you might be familiar with an app called TeenSafe. This is an app that allows Mom and Dad to actually spy on their children and control their online and... Read more ...

Apple Cracking Down On CallKit Apps In China

Apple Cracking Down On CallKit Apps In China

When you consider how big the China market is, it is not surprising to see companies such as Apple try to make accommodations so that they can operate in the country. For... Read more ...

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IOS Developers Form A Union To Get Apple To Improve The App Store

IOS Developers Form A Union To Get Apple To Improve The App Store

If Apple did not have as many iPhones and iPads in the market as they do now, the walled garden approach they have towards iOS apps probably wouldn't work, but it does simply... Read more ...

Nvidia is training robots to learn from watching humans

Nvidia is training robots to learn from watching humans

Nvidia has developed a method to train robots how to carry out actions by first watching human activity. In initial applications, robots learned to pick up and move colored... Read more ...

SEGA Rolls Out Super Monkey Ball: Sakura Edition To Android

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You might have thought that Facebook subscribers would be deleting the app in droves following the Cambridge Analytica scandal. After all, at least 87 million members had their... Read more ...

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Microsoft Word for Android has been installed over 500 million times

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