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Introduction to Android Oreo

Introduction to Android Oreo

Android 8.0 Oreo is the most recent version of Android accessible from Google. Android oreo available for the Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus Player, Pixel C and both smartphones. The Sony Xperia XZ1 is the first device available with oreo pre-installed. The second,considered beta quality, was released May 17, 2017. The third developer preview was released on June 8, 2017 and offered a finalized version of the API. On July 24, 2017, a fourth developer preview was released which included the final system behaviors…

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Is Google Duo is Better than FaceTime

Is Google Duo is Better than FaceTime

Google Duo seems like other video calling applications however it is not really. It has some amazing features that make it better from others. Video call on this app is like, you didn’t install any video-calling app rather your phone has it pre-installed. This app runs smoothly and it doesn’t lag when you open it.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 Review

Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 Review

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has an expansive 6.3-inch ‘Infinity Display,’ faster 6GB of RAM performance and two best-in-class rear cameras, which add up to one of the most expensive phones ever. There’s no doubting that the Note 8 ($929) is a great smartphone — it packs all the usual flagship amenities, not to mention a dual camera that works very, well. Samsung, frankly, got so much right with its other huge phone, the Galaxy S8 Plus, that the Note 8…

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Introduction to Google Assistant

Introduction to Google Assistant

Google Assistant is Google’s latest iteration of an assistant. Dissimilar to Google Now, It can participate in two-way discussions. Assistant initially debuted as part of Google’s messaging app Allo, and its voice-activated speaker Google Home.

Samsung and Xbox Partnership

Samsung and Xbox Partnership

Xbox and Samsung are collaborating to use Samsung’s leader premium lineup of QLED TVs as the authority 4K TV accomplice for the exceedingly expected Xbox One X. Commencing at E3 2017 in June, participants experienced, surprisingly, stunning genuine 4K HDR gaming on the Xbox One X and Samsung QLED TVs.