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  • Google to replace Android with Fuchsia? Huawei notch solution & more - Pocketnow Daily

    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Google's Fuchsia OS and the possibility of it replacing Android in the next 5 years. Then we talk about Huawei and some new patents that provide a solution for the notch with a camera hole in the display. Samsung will apparently launch their Bixby Speaker this August and will feature the S-Ray concept they showed at CES. NASA is teaming up with Samsung with a project called 'A Moon for All Mankind' in which you can experience the moon landing through a Gear VR. We end today's show with the announcement of Corning's Gorilla Glass 6, which is said to be twice as strong as the previous generation.

    All this and more after the break.

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    - Fuchsia OS might take Android’s place 5 years from now
    http://pocketnow.com/2018/07/19/fuchsia-os-take-android-place
    - Huawei might have found a way to get rid of the notch
    http://pocketnow.com/2018/07/19/huawei-get-rid-notch
    - Samsung to launch its Bixby smart speaker in August, cheaper than the Google Home Max
    http://pocketnow.com/2018/07/19/samsung-launch-bixby-smart-speaker
    - Samsung and NASA’s “A Moon for All Mankind” VR exhibit debuts in New York
    http://pocketnow.com/2018/07/19/samsung-nasas-a-moon-for-all-mankind-vr
    - Gorilla Glass 6 will take your phone one step closer to indestructible
    http://pocketnow.com/2018/07/19/gorilla-glass-6

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  • The Best Android Tablet Left - A Review

    This is the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4. Samsung's latest and greates tablet offering, and also probably one of the last Android tablets worthy of a conversation in 2018.. except.. well, this is actually not your typical tablet, and I'm not just talking about the Android ecosystem. I'm Jaime Rivera with Pocketnow and let's dive in to our tabletfull review.

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  • The real reason Google made Android

    So, why did Google make Android? In this week's Processor episode, Dieter Bohn looks at the launch of Android ten years ago. The HTC G1, codename Dream, was the first commercially available phone that ran Android and it was released more than a year after the iPhone. But, here's the thing, Android wasn't meant to compete with Apple. Instead, Google was actually trying to compete with Microsoft.

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  • How To Use Apple Watch with Android (it's expensive)

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    I show you how I use the Apple Watch while using Android as my main phone. I get my calls, receive my text messages, emails, calendar events, app notifications and more all while benefiting from the Apple Watch's (potentially live saving) features.

    What works:
    - Phone calls
    - Receiving text messages
    - Emails
    - Calendar events
    - Social media notifications
    - Apple Watch exercise tracking
    - Apple Watch ECG scan
    - Siri
    - Google Assistant reminders
    - Walkie Talkie
    - Todoist
    - Basically any cloud based app / notifications!

    What doesn't work:
    - Music control
    - Sending text messages

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    For the automatic hotspot toggling profile, I set the GPS & Net radius at 500m for each location. The starting task is to set WiFi Tether to OFF, and to set WiFi to ON. The exit task is to set WiFi Tether to ON. This way, when at the location in the 500m radius, the hotspot will automatically turn off and when you leave that radius it will automatically turn back on.

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  • Android Q hands-on

    Google has released the first beta version of its Android Q software update. It’s still very early, but there are some exciting and helpful changes in this initial release. It’s still very early, but Q seems to be headed in the right direction.

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