Apple has begun rolling out the fifth build of macOS Mojave 10.14.5 for testing on the Mac. This comes a week after the fourth build was seeded. Both developers and public testers will get the new beta this week. macOS 10.14.5 will likely include mainly bug fixes, security improvements, and Continue Reading
After releasing the fourth build last week, Apple today released the fifth beta of watchOS 5.2.1 for testing on the Apple Watch. Only developers have access to this and future watchOS betas. That is, until Apple makes a change and opens a public beta program. In this update, Apple will Continue Reading
Apple today released the fifth beta of tvOS 12.3 for testing on the Apple TV. This comes a week after the fourth build was seeded. Both developers and public beta testers will gain access to the new software this week. The new software can be installed by going to the Software Update section Continue Reading
After releasing the fourth beta last week, Apple today seeded developers and public beta testers with the fifth beta build of iOS 12.3. The update comes before the software is officially released to the public. To install the latest iOS beta on your registered device, head over to Settings > Continue Reading
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Last year at I/O 2018, Google debut a new feature in Google Maps that allowed users to use AR to follow walking directions. This involved turn-by-turn arrows that showed you where to go in order to get to your destination. A year later, the feature is finally beginning to roll Continue Reading
Now rolling out to all Pixel phones, including the 3a.
Faster performance and better efficiency.
The company’s newest smart display has a bigger screen, a camera, and new capabilities.
The next version of Android seems promising.
Two new budget phones that deliver the best Google has to offer.
Today at I/O 2019, Google announced that it’s bringing its Duplex technology, originally meant to book reservations over the phone, to the web. With Duplex on the web, Google says the Assistant will be able to book things like movie tickets and car rentals for you using a service provider’s Continue Reading
Today during I/O 2019, Google announced some new features for its Lens feature. For one, you’ll soon be able to scan restaurant menus to highlight the eatery’s most popular dishes right on your smartphone and even get to see what the food looks like. You’ll also be able to scan Continue Reading
Today at I/O 2019, Google announced its bringing AR camera capabilities to search results in its app. When searching for something on Google, if the search result supports it, you’ll be given the chance to view something as a 3D model. Google used muscle flexion, shoes, and a shark as Continue Reading
You can now yell at Alexa and ask her questions without clicking a button.