We only just barely left the honeymoon stage with our Samsung Galaxy S6 and already rumors of a Samsung Galaxy S7 are looming. Turns out, we could be seeing 3 variants of the phone launching early next year, each featuring a different processor.
After the FCC finally cleared AT&T to go ahead and use WiFi calling on their network (after all, T-Mobile and Sprint were already doing it), the nation’s 2nd largest carrier is wasting no time in bringing this new functionality to their customers. Well, some of them anyway.
Joining the growing list of SwiftKey’s recent Greenhouse projects is the all new SwiftKey Neural. It’s essentially the same SwiftKey you know and love, but with a little twist. According to SwiftKey, it’s “the world’s first” smartphone keyboard to use an artificial neural network for more accurate predictions and corrections.
Facebook is testing a new “reactions” feature. You can think of it as a built-in emoji that doesn’t have to be typed into a comment. You can react with a joyful or happy tone, or something more sorrowful — there’s your new dislike button, folks.
Remember when Alphabet was announced and Google had the coolest domain ever for it? Something about abc.xyz (go on, click it) rolls off the tongue, but Google didn’t want to rest there. They’ve registered abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz.com.
While updating a Nexus phone to Android 6.0 Marshmallow on Windows and Linux are trivial matters, things are a bit different for those who dwell in the land of the Macs. Thankfully there’s some help out there that should get you well on your way.
We know the CyanogenMod team will bring us Android 6.0 Marshmallow sooner or later, but it’s always nice to see those plans put into action. The team has started pushing CyanogenMod 13 code commits to their public Gerrit repository.