Google Pixel 3 'Top Shot' Feature Isn't As Great As It Sounds

  1. Google Pixel 3 ‘Top Shot’ Feature Isn’t As Great As It Sounds  Android Headlines
  2. The Pixel 3’s dual cameras are a tacit admission that AI can’t do everything — yet  VentureBeat
  3. One of the Pixel 3 XL’s front-facing speakers is (much) louder than the other  Android Police
  4. Google Pixel 3 XL Teardown – iFixit  iFixit
  5. Here’s how to get a Google Pixel 3 (or two) without paying full price  PCWorld
  6. Full coverage


Source: Google News -Technology

Pixel 3: Everything About Google's Great Android Phone Hope (Update: First Impressions)

  1. Pixel 3: Everything About Google’s Great Android Phone Hope (Update: First Impressions)  Gizmodo
  2. Google’s Pixel 3 vs Apple’s iPhone XS: How do they stack up?  TechCrunch
  3. Google unveils new Pixel phone, adds tablet in Apple challenge  Reuters
  4. Google Pixel Slate: The top features, specs, and highlights  PCWorld
  5. Full coverage


Source: Google News

A YouTuber trolled his 2.5 million fans to make a great point about the blind loyalty of Apple and Android fans

  1. A YouTuber trolled his 2.5 million fans to make a great point about the blind loyalty of Apple and Android fans  Business Insider
  2. Exclusive: Google Pixel 3 camera brings AI ‘Top Shot,’ Google Clips-like ‘Photobooth,’ Super res zoom, more  9to5Google
  3. What to expect at Google’s October 9 ‘Pixel 3’ event in New York City  AppleInsider
  4. Google Pixel 3 XL hands-on in Hong Kong — three days early  Engadget
  5. Made by Google Event 2018: What we expect and don’t expect for Pixel, Google Home and more  PCWorld
  6. Full coverage


Source: Google News -Technology

Hands-on: The Nokia 7.1 fuses elegant design and Android One for a great experience [Video]

  1. Hands-on: The Nokia 7.1 fuses elegant design and Android One for a great experience [Video]  9to5Google
  2. When You Can Expect Android Pie to Arrive For Your Device  Lifehacker
  3. Here is a list of devices that will receive Android Pie: OnePlus, Nokia, Xiaomi and more  The Indian Express
  4. Full coverage


Source: Google News -Technology

Hands on with the Microsoft Surface Laptop 2: Still a great laptop, now without Windows 10 S

  1. Hands on with the Microsoft Surface Laptop 2: Still a great laptop, now without Windows 10 S  PCWorld
  2. Microsoft’s Surface All Access a bet that hardware as a service can work (with an Office 365 assist)  ZDNet
  3. Microsoft launches faster Surface Pro 6 and Surface Laptop 2 machines  The Guardian
  4. Is Microsoft out of ideas?  The Week Magazine
  5. Microsoft Unveils New Surface PCs, Headphones  PCMag
  6. Full coverage


Source: Google News -Technology

Oculus Quest put us in an 'arena-scale' Wild West shootout, and it was great

  1. Oculus Quest put us in an ‘arena-scale’ Wild West shootout, and it was great  The Verge
  2. Hands-on: Oculus Quest is an intriguing new middle ground for VR  Ars Technica
  3. Oculus Quest hands-on — The untethered Dead & Buried is a completely different game  VentureBeat
  4. Oculus Quest impressions: This no-hassle wireless VR headset could be a breakout hit  PCWorld
  5. Full coverage


Source: Google News -Technology

Four sharks killed after attack on swimmers near Great Barrier Reef

Four sharks killed after attack on swimmers near Great Barrier ReefFour large sharks have been killed in Australia after a woman and a 12-year-old girl were attacked at a popular Great Barrier Reef tourist spot. Both were still in hospital Sunday after being mauled in separate incidents just a day apart last week at the Whitsunday Islands. Drum lines, which use baited hooks to catch the predators, ensnared four tiger sharks, one 3.7 metres (12 feet) long and the others each between two to three metres, a Fisheries Queensland spokesman said Sunday. “While sharks of this size are potentially very dangerous to humans, it is unclear if they were responsible for injuries caused to two swimmers,” he said. The latest shark to be caught “has been humanely euthanised and will be taken further out to sea for disposal.” The spokesman said it was clear “there are a significant number of active sharks in local waters and people are urged not to swim”. The drumlines were to remain in place over the next week. Shark attacks are very rare in the Whitsundays – a collection of spectacular tropical islands at the heart of the Barrier Reef – with the last encounter reported to be eight years ago, according to national broadcaster ABC. The attacks have revived debate about how best to reduce the risk of encounters between sharks and the growing number of people using the ocean for leisure.


Source: Yahoo! News