The Samsung SM-J720F, which is expected to debut as Galaxy J7 Duo, will pack a dual camera that can do Live Focus bokeh shots. It will also have Bixby and a removable battery. We got this useful information thanks to a leaked official user manual for the device, detailing its many software and hardware features. One of the most interesting additions is the removable battery. The Galaxy J7 and its J-series contemporaries have sealed-in batteries. Next up is the Bixby addition – this will be the first Bixby-enabled midranger by Samsung. Since there is no physical Bixby button it’s…
YouTube for Android has had a few ups and downs in the last months as the native app was replaced by what is essentially a web wrapper (you can test it by going to youtube.com/tv) and dumped many features that were later slowly added back. The latest of the features to make it back onto the interface is the resolution adjustment selector that you can see in the screenshot above.
YouTube for Android TV adds manual resolution selection, starts rolling an updated interface was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
YouTube Go has been in development for over a year and after it went out of beta, it has gathered millions of downloads and expanded to over 130 countries. Now the app has moved up significantly from version 0.71.70 to v1.01.61.
The update keeps the same interface and functionality almost all over the app but brings two new changes. The first and most useful are double-tap to seek controls like the ones the full YouTube added a year ago.
YouTube Go v1.01 brings double tap to seek controls and manual video previews [APK Download] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
People buying a HomePod will have to rely on the speaker’s own automatic EQ adjustments, as there are no manual controls, Apple’s senior VP of Internet Software and Services said at today’s Pollstar Live conference for the concert industry.
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Asus has scheduled a Zenfone 5 announcement for February 27 in Barcelona, and the way the company usually does things makes us think it won’t be just one Zenfone 5. If anything, the #backto5 tagline could be closer to the number of devices we may see at MWC, in addition to being a shout out to the already existing Zenfone 5s. Just Asus things. Anyway, one of these Zenfone 5s has been revealed in a manufacturer’s manual sporting an (aluminum?) unibody and a tall 18:9 display, likely in the 5.7″ ballpark. Carrying an internal designation X00PD, it’s unclear which model exactly this…
Ford’s exoskeletons protect employees from repetitive motion injuries and decrease fatigue.
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Samsung’s most recent Galaxy A-series models were released at the start of this year, way back in January, so it’s safe to assume the next generation will make an appearance around the same time early next year. There have been plenty of rumors about the mid-range lineup, and we’re pretty sure the naming convention will be changing, with this year’s A5 and A7 becoming the A8 and A8+.
New information coming from a leaked user manual confirms that the new A-series devices will have dual front-facing cameras and a Galaxy S8-esque ‘Infinity Display’ – or an 18:9 screen with minimal bezels.
Samsung Galaxy A8 will have dual front cameras and infinity display, according to leaked manual was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
The Samsung Galaxy A8 (2017) – formerly known as the Galaxy A5 (2018) – is turning out to be one of the worst kept secrets in tech. We know what it will look like as well that it will use an 18:9 Infinity Display and a 14nm Samsung Exynos 7885 chipset. Now a few snaps from the Galaxy A8 (2018) manual confirm the design and the fact that there will be no physical Bixby button. Samsung Galaxy A8 (2018) manual The manual also confirms that there will be a headphone jack and a single side-firing speaker. The fingerprint reader is centered under the single…
Written off not long ago as dead technology, film has recently been embraced by instant photographers and filmmakers like Quentin Tarantino and Christopher Nolan. A company called Reflex has capitalized on that trend by launching the manual focus, 35…
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Modern cars are packed with so many electronics that even parking brakes have been affected, to the disappointment of driving enthusiasts who need that a traditional hydraulic brake to drift a car on a track like they’re in a video game.
But Ford says it has a solution with its Drift Stick, a lever connected to the electronic brake on the Focus RS that enables drivers to drift the car – provided they know how to drift a car. It’s meant to simulate what an old fashioned hydraulic handbrake would do: lock the rear wheels and allow you to control a slide. To show that, Ford filmed a video where rally driver Ken Block (from the Gymkhana series) takes a car out for a drive with the Stick on a closed track.
Block was consulted on the Drift…