Google Maps v9.75 beta rolls out with notifications for transit maps, hints of bicycle sharing integration, and mystery LG “perks” [APK Teardown]

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Late last night, the latest version of Google Maps began rolling out through the beta channel. For many people, this will likely bring new notifications with convenient shortcuts to local area transit maps. There are also signs that Google is adding integration with bicycle sharing services, a vague hint of new activity around speed limits, and possibly some new perks for Local Guides.

What’s New

Unofficial Changelog: (the stuff we found)

  • Transit maps in notifications
  • Nearby traffic notification toggle

Transit maps in notifications (for India?)

Google Maps has been making huge leaps at improving mass transit features over the last couple of years with new and improved features like step-by-step navigation through stops and updated train schedules.

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Huawei’s Honor hints at releasing a new AI-tinged phone in May

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Honor, a sub-brand of Chinese phone giant Huawei, is hinting at big things to come. An email sent to TNW (and, it seems, various other members of the tech press) asks reporters to “save the date” for an event due to take place in London on May 15, focusing on “Beauty in AI.” The phone manufacturer’s PR representatives attached a GIF to the email showing London’s cityscape, with a silhouette of a phone overlaid. It also contains a camera shutter effect over the words “AI,” suggesting that the focus of the event will be photography. Looks like @UKHonor is up…

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iOS 11.3 Final Code Hints At New Pride Face For Apple Watch

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Apple made iOS 11.3 final version available for iPad 6 today, and its code hints at new price face coming to Apple Watch.

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iOS 11.3 Code Hints a New Pride Watch Face is on the Way

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In June of last year, Apple launched a Pride Edition Apple Watch strap, with the proceeds going towards pro-LGBTQ groups. Continue reading
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Leaked MIUI source code hints at in-display fingerprint reader on the Xiaomi Mi 7

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If you’ve been keeping up with Xiaomi and in-display fingerprint tech lately, then you probably heard a lot of rumors regarding the Mi Mix 2s. Since that particular flagship was announced yesterday that obviously didn’t come to pass. However, this development doesn’t mean the Chinese manufacturer entirely gave up on the technology. The primary suspect to pioneer the new reader within Xiaomi’s ranks now seems to be the the Mi 7. As per industry chatter, the flagship was delayed, potentially to accommodate the new tech. Some fine investigative work from the guys over at XDA seems to further…

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Google app hints at custom Routines in Assistant

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You can already use Routines in Google Assistant, but you've so far had to tweak "ready-made" examples to fit your needs instead of creating your own from whole cloth. That might not be a problem before long — 9to5Google has discovered code in the…
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Hints For Making Your IPad Even Better

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So you’ve just bought a new iPad, and you want to know how to use it with all its apps and gadgets. Great! There is much to know, so consider the following helpful advice when it comes to getting started. You will be using it for everything in no time at all.

Don’t be fooled into thinking that iPads are only useful if you are into gaming or entertainment. There is really an application for anything you can possibly imagine. This includes home organization apps like personal budgets as well as recipe books, calculators, and anything else you can possibly imagine.

Buy a good-quality case and screen protector for your iPad. You probably paid a lot of money for your iPad, so you need to ensure that you keep it protected against damage. A good-quality case will protect your iPad from minor accidental falls, while a screen protector will stop the screen from getting scratched.

Keep your apps organized with the folder feature. The newest version of iOS allows users to create folders. To do this, tap and hold an app’s icon until it starts to move or jiggle. Then, drag the app until it is hovering over another app that you want in the same folder. Now just release. The iPad will automatically create a folder with both app icons inside.

Fed up with being asked to join different Wi-Fi networks? There is an easy way to fix this issue in the Wi-Fi Settings. Simply turn off the Ask to Join settings. You will still be able to join networks; however, you will need to go to Wi-Fi settings and join from there.

Keep an eye on the amount of downloadable space available on your iPad. After a few years of using an iPad many people find that they go to download something they want only to find that they do not have space available. Remove unwanted apps and music from time to time so this does not happen to you.

Are you constantly annoyed by the AutoCorrect on your iPad? Try this trick in the future. After you finish typing your word, tap on it in the suggestion’s area. That will ensure that you get what you typed instead of the AutoCorrect suggested word that automatically gets inserted when you hit a space.

If the battery in your iPad is fully depleted, charge it as quickly as possible. Storing the device for long periods of time with a dead battery can affect its ability to hold a charge in the future. Once per month, allow the battery to run down completely before charging it to 100 percent.

Open new pages with tabs in order to keep them open. If you are using Safari, tap and hold down the link and wait until a menu pops up. Here, you can choose to open the link in a tab.

A neat feature in Safari on the iPad is the quick scroll. Many people do not know about this and waste time scrolling by hand up the page to get back to the beginning. All you have to do to get back to the top of any page is to tap on the title window at the top.

Would you like your iPad to display a slideshow of all your pictures when it is not in use? This is easy to do. After you lock the screen, you will see a picture icon appear in the bottom right corner. Simply touch this icon, and the iPad will start the slideshow.

The iPad is a wonderfully portable device, but always be sure to store it correctly. Keep your iPad away from excessive heat or prolonged exposure to direct sunlight. Heat and sunlight can seriously diminish your battery life, and thereby decrease the amount of time you can use your iPad before you have to plug it in.

Use the hidden apostrophe on the virtual keyboard’s first screen instead of navigating to the second screen. Simply hold down on the exclamation mark key. A hidden apostrophe option then appears. Slide your finger up to select it. This shortcut comes in handy for typing emails and other messages.

If you ever find yourself in the unfortunate situation of a frozen iPad, don’t worry. Apple built in a hidden reset function to the device. All you need to do is hold the home button while holding the power button. This will do a hard reset that should work even when frozen.

While you may be tempted to hack your device to add extra applications to it, you should really think twice. The official store has thousands of legit applications, and once you unlock your device you may lose support from the official Apple store. Think carefully about doing something like this!

Never store your iPad with a dead battery. Storing the device with a battery that is completely drained can essentially kill the battery and make the device useless until that battery is replaced. Store your device with at least a small charge, and always make sure to charge your battery before it is completely drained.

If you have personal information stored on your iPad, it is important to make sure you have it backed up in case your iPad is lost or stolen. Set up your iPad so that it will erase data in the event that a criminal attempts to access it. Look for Password Lock in the Settings menu, and have it set to erase all data when your password is entered incorrectly 10 times.

There are a few easy ways to extend the life of your iPad’s battery. Don’t let it get too hot. And when possible, reduce the brightness of the screen. Airplane mode is perfect for times that don’t require Internet access. Turning Push off helps tremendously, too. Then just check calendars and email manually.

Your iPad is going to be your friend when it comes to both entertainment and business. It can do so many different things, and it’s time you started reaping the benefits. Make sure you continue to learn more information, as many more companies continue to cater to the iPad crowd daily.

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Google Duo v30 hints at user-created contact groups, continues work on adding Google accounts and screen sharing [APK Teardown]

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Just one day after the Duo team completed the rollout of video messages to all users, a new version of the app is hitting the scene. In a side-by-side comparison, it looks like the interface of the app hasn’t gone through any changes with this new release, but we’re still looking for additional changes. However, a teardown of the APK has turned up some topics to discuss, including an upcoming feature that will allow users to create contact groups.

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Google Camera v5.2 adds dirty lens warnings, buries grid options, hints at Portrait mode app shortcut and circus mode [APK Teardown]

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A new version of the Google Camera app is beginning to roll out, and there’s quite a few interesting adjustments in this update. The Settings screen looks much better with a full set of icons, and there are several new additions to be found within it. Grid overlays have been moved into the Settings screen, and double-taps can now be configured with a different action. A long-awaited feature, Dirty lens warnings, can now be enabled.

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HTC U12+ leak hints at four cameras, Snapdragon 845

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HTC U12 Plus leak

We’re officially in the thick of flagship season, with the Galaxy S9 launching tomorrow and the LG G7 and Huawei P20 appearing in leaks. Now another major upcoming smartphone has leaked out.

Details of the HTC U12+ have been shared by VentureBeat. According to the report, this device is codenamed Imagine, and that it may never have a standard U12 sibling.

The image of the device shows that it has a total of four cameras, with two 8MP sensors on the front and 16MP and 12MP sensors on the back. There’s a fingerprint reader on the back of the phone, too, and on the front is a 6-inch WQHD+ display.

Inside the U12+ is said to be a Snapdragon 845 processor, 6GB of RAM, 64GB or 128GB of storage, and a microSD card slot if you need additional storage. There’s reportedly a 3,420mAh battery powering this whole package. Rounding out the U12+’s feature set is Android 8.0 Oreo and Edge Sense, an HTC feature that lets you perform actions by squeezing the sides of the device.

HTC is allegedly aiming to launch the U12+ in early May. The device is a big one for HTC, as the company continues to have a rough time in the smartphone market. The competition is fierce, with Samsung’s Galaxy S9 and S9+ shaping up to be another pair of quality flagships, Google putting out great devices in the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, and companies like LG, Xiaomi, and Huawei bringing solid phones to market, too. It’ll be interesting to see how HTC responds to these devices and how the U12+ stacks up to them.

Based on what we’ve heard so far, are you interested in the HTC U12+?

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