You can now play with Google’s AR Stickers on any Pixel Phone

Back on October 4th when Google launched the new Pixel 2 phones (and other hardware), they introduced a cool feature called AR Stickers. This augmented reality camera mode allows you to insert 3D characters and objects into photos or videos, and there are two sticker sets available from arguably the most popular show and movie […]


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Microsoft Garage releases Outings travel app

Microsoft Garage is one of the tech giant’s skunkworks pockets within the company dedicated to producing new apps that may not exactly fit with the larger corporate product map. The latest release from Microsoft Garage is an app targeted at travelers or those who dream of traveling. Outings is designed to help you discover places […]


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Instagram tests the murky waters of standalone messaging apps with Direct

Do you need another messaging app on your phone? No? I don’t believe you, and neither does Instagram. Okay, well, I believe you, but I’m not joking about Instagram. They’re testing out a standalone version of Direct, the social media platform’s private messaging, which would separate messaging from the photo and video stream of Instagram.  […]


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When Google and Amazon butt heads, YouTube gets blocked from Amazon devices

  Google and Amazon have always had a strained relationship despite Amazon using Google’s Android OS for most of their devices. Both companies are pretty fiercely competing with the other in tons of areas, including cloud server space, digital storefronts, and even hardware at this point. Amazon’s used its online store to try and indirectly […]


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Google launches lightweight Android Oreo Go for entry-level smartphones

Google has attempted to solve the issues of bringing the newest version of Android to the entry-level smartphone market before, remember Android One? A program that is still lumbering on in stilted fashion with the recent launch of the Xiaomi Mi A1? Well, Google is taking another stab at solving the issue with the release of […]


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