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YouTube is experimenting with a language picker in voice search

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Shortly after developers started testing an all-in-one record and publish feature in the YouTube app, they added another experiment that will be useful for those of us who prefer to just watch videos. You are working on a button with which you can change the language search languages ​​directly on the input screen. If you are multilingual and want to use voice search, this way you can search for videos that are not available in the language you set up in your YouTube app settings. Google hopes the test will help its voice search systems better consider multilingual people. So I wouldn't be surprised if an automatic solution to recognize different languages ​​is the ultimate goal. Finally, I still think that Google should work to improve the current language bilingual solutions. A blue banner with further details should appear on this screen when you participate in the experiment. As with all of these experiments, the feature is also provided to a small subset of users. You should s

Vivo Z6 5G launched with Snapdragon 765G SoC, impressive 5000mAh battery

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http://bit.ly/2wShI2x Unlike some of its rivals, the Z6 5G does not have a high-refresh-rate display. What you need to know Vivo Z6 5G is the company's first mid-range 5G smartphone powered by the Snapdragon 765G chipset. The phone sports a 6.57-inch FHD+ hole-punch display and has a 48MP quad-camera setup at the rear. It has been priced at 2,198 yuan ($314) in China. Vivo today announced a new mid-range 5G-enabled smartphone at an event held in China. Dubbed the Z6 5G, Vivo's latest smartphone packs impressive hardware specs and comes with a 3D curved back. The Vivo Z6 5G runs on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G chipset, paired with up to 8GB of RAM and 128GB UFS 2.1 storage. The phone boasts liquid cooling technology, which Vivo claims can lower the core temperature by up to 10°C. (50°F). The Z6 5G features a 6.57-inch FHD+ IPS display with a hole-punch cutout in the top-right corner and a 20:9 aspect ratio. At the back of the phone is a quad-camera array with a 48

Review: Samsung's Galaxy A51 misses the mark in several key areas

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http://bit.ly/2I4JPOg The Galaxy A51 offers camera and design upgrades, but the underlying hardware is unchanged from 2019. Under increased pressure from Chinese rivals, Samsung overhauled its budget strategy last year. The underwhelming Galaxy J series was gone, and the Galaxy A lineup essentially took its place. Samsung traditionally limited the Galaxy A series to the mid-range segment, but now it fields devices starting as low as $120 all the way to $600. The new-found change in focus also came with better product releases. The Galaxy A50 was one of the best budget phones you could buy in 2019, featuring great hardware, a fresh design, and decent cameras. In typical Samsung fashion, the company introduced an updated model six months down the line in the Galaxy A50s, and now we have the Galaxy A51. The Galaxy A51 is a continuation of what Samsung has been doing in this segment for the last 12 months. There are a few enticing changes — particularly around the camera side of t

FCC to reportedly fine US wireless carriers at least $200M for selling customer location data

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The U.S. Federal Communications Commission is expected to propose hefty fines on AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile following an investigation into allegations that the U.S. cellphone carriers collected and sold real-time consumer location data. source https://appleinsider.com/articles/20/02/27/fcc-to-reportedly-fine-us-wireless-carriers-at-least-200m-for-selling-customer-location-data

Windows 10 20H1 Insider build 19041.113 hits the Slow ring

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http://bit.ly/2vet6pf It's time to give Windows Update a check, Slow ring Insiders. What you need to know A new Windows 10 20H1 preview build is now rolling out on the Slow ring. This release sets the build number at 19041.113 There are several improvements and fixes, along with known issues included in this build. Microsoft released another new Windows 10 20H1 preview build on the Slow ring today. This release pushes the build number to 19041.113, bringing with it more fixes and improvements. However, there aren't any major new features to check out. Here's a look at everything improved in this build: Addresses an issue that might block digital rights management (DRM) video playback in apps that depend on the Windows 8.0 or later PlayReady Store Framework for content protection. Updates the copyright date for Windows 10, version 2004 to the year 2020. Addresses an issue that causes the Notepad icon to appear on the Start menu after uninstalling the Feat

Apple Arcade debuts exclusive 'Crossy Road' spinoff

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Apple Arcade on Thursday added a new title to its list of exclusive games in "Crossy Road Castle," a spinoff of Hipster Whale's "Crossy Road" endless runner that debuted in 2014. source https://appleinsider.com/articles/20/02/27/apple-arcade-debuts-exclusive-crossy-road-spinoff

Google still trying to get consumers to ditch new Microsoft Edge for Chrome

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http://bit.ly/39XUhD7 Google keeps trying to make people switch away from the new Microsoft Edge. What you need to know Several Google services show pop-ups within the new Microsoft Edge to try to get people to switch to Google Chrome. Google docs, Google's search page, Google News, and Google Translate show prompts to switch to Chrome. Google also shows pop-ups in the Chrome web store to try to get people to switch to Chrome. Google continues to try to make people switch away from the new Microsoft Edge. This time, pop-ups were spotted by MSPU within several Google services that prompt people to switch to Google Chrome. Google Docs, Google's search page, Google News, and Google Translate all show prompts to switch to Google Chrome. Google's search page reads, "Switch to Chrome. Hide annoying ads and protect against malware on the web." Google docs states, "to use docs offline upgrade to Chrome." Last week, people spotted warnings on the

Google still trying to get consumers to ditch new Microsoft Edge for Chrome

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http://bit.ly/39XUhD7 Google keeps trying to make people switch away from the new Microsoft Edge. What you need to know Several Google services show pop-ups within the new Microsoft Edge to try to get people to switch to Google Chrome. Google docs, Google's search page, Google News, and Google Translate show prompts to switch to Chrome. Google also shows pop-ups in the Chrome web store to try to get people to switch to Chrome. Google continues to try to make people switch away from the new Microsoft Edge. This time, pop-ups were spotted by MSPU within several Google services that prompt people to switch to Google Chrome. Google Docs, Google's search page, Google News, and Google Translate all show prompts to switch to Google Chrome. Google's search page reads, "Switch to Chrome. Hide annoying ads and protect against malware on the web." Google docs states, "to use docs offline upgrade to Chrome." Last week, people spotted warnings on the C

Galaxy Note 10 gets improved facial recognition with new update

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http://bit.ly/2T5EFry The update isn't widely available just yet. What you need to know Samsung has started rolling out a new software update for the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ phones. The update improves facial recognition as well as navigation gestures. Currently, the update is only available in Malaysia and Germany. Samsung is rolling out a new software update for the Galaxy Note 10 series phones, bringing a few minor improvements. The update is currently available only in Malaysia and Germany, but is expected to be released in other markets very soon. As per the folks at SamMobile , the update arrives as version N97xFXXU2BTB5 and brings enhanced facial recognition as well as navigation gestures. Unfortunately, however, there is no information yet on the exact nature of these improvements. What is also a little surprising is that the update does not bring the latest March security patch. That said, it is likely that these improvements will begin rolling out to Gala

Here's how to watch the Aston Villa vs. Man City Carabao Cup final online

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http://bit.ly/3cge7eK Can Pep Guardiola's men make it five League Cup triumphs in seven seasons? Having won four out of the last six League Cup finals, it almost feels strange when Manchester City aren't involved in the Carabao Cup Final. Pep Guardiola's Sky Blues this time face an Aston Villa side that has cast aside its struggles at the foot of the Premier League to put themselves in contention of winning their first silverware since lifting the League Cup back in 1996. If the task in front of Villa wasn't daunting enough, they'll be heading into Sunday's showdown at Wembley against a side that will be bristling with confidence following their stunning midweek Champions League victory over Real Madrid at the Bernabéu. Man City have previously lifted the League Cup trophy six times, while the Villans, who were the tournament's inaugural winners back in 1960, have won the Cup on five occasions. Should any of City star's Fernandinho, David Silva o

Qualcomm Snapdragon X60 vs. X55: Next year's ultra-fast 5G chip, explained

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http://bit.ly/3chs38G Qualcomm's third-generation 5G modem brings that 5G speed you've been hearing about plus a lot more. When it comes to new technology, there's a natural timeline that seems to happen. The first generation feels like a proof of concept and offers enough to get us interested, the second generation works of fixing flaws and refining the basics, and the third generation is when it is mature enough that you really want to have it. Qualcomm's Snapdragon X60 5G modem is just that: the third generation of the company's 5G modems and it's ready for prime time. Compared to the X50 (first-generation) and X55 (second-generation) it's set up to make considerably better use of 5G networks in ways that we will notice. Smaller is better The X50 was built on a 10-nanometer process and the X55 was built on a 7-nanometer manufacturing process. With the X60, Qualcomm says it has moved forward and it will be built using a 5-nanometer manufacturing

August View Wireless Video Doorbell review: Basic and buggy

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http://bit.ly/2T4ofzS Despite a successful relaunch, the August View still doesn't quite stack up to the competition. I've had the August View since its original launch last Spring. To say the initial release of the View was a mess is selling its initial problems short. But the team at August did the unthinkable; they pulled the product from the market and issued refunds to unhappy customers. It was the sign of things to come and showed how far August was willing to go to please its customer base. The relaunched August View wireless video doorbell is a thing of beauty. On the outside, you won't see much of a difference between it and other video doorbells on the market. It's got an ultra-wide-angle camera up top, a speaker, a doorbell button, and some nifty lights for various purposes. The difference is in its fully wireless nature and the simplicity of the ecosystem. The August View Video Doorbell is super easy to install. It doesn't even require a screwdri

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