The 122nd US Open Championship will be held at The Country Club, Brookline, Massachusetts. The qualifying events just ended on June 6 Golf Digest there is a list of players along with the eligibility criteria. Even if you can’t make it to Brookline to watch golf live, there are plenty of ways to stream the PGA’s biggest championship.
Spotify got big thanks to its amazing music and recommendation algorithms, but the company long ago decided it couldn’t stop there if it wanted to continue growing. It has succeeded in improving the podcast scene thanks to exclusive deals with major podcasters like Joe Rogan and now the company is about to launch audiobooks.
Samsung Galaxy S21 FE is finally here after months of delay. It’s not necessarily the same kind of value proposition as its predecessor, the Galaxy S20 FE, once represented, but it’s still a great phone nonetheless, with a not-so-stellar Snapdragon 888 CPU. color and fast 120Hz display. It’s all nice and good, but if you’re going to buy it, you might want a case for it. You don’t want to ruin your brand new phone, do you?
Google Keep is a simple note taking app from Google packed with many useful features for managing your notes. It is available on the Google Play Store, the App Store and works on most web browsers. If you’re using a new Android device, such as the Google Pixel 6 Pro, the Keep app may already come pre-installed on your phone or tablet.
Facebook’s smart home displays with the Portal brand have never been as popular as competing products from Amazon and Google, with people likely to trust the social network much less than the two big tech companies. remaining. After years of trying to penetrate the market, Facebook (or Meta, as the parent company is now called) is ready to abandon the consumer market entirely, focusing instead on business customers.
Your group chats on WhatsApp might be about to get a little more bohemian as the messaging app has just doubled the number of participants you can have in a single chat. Previously, the limit was 256 people, but now you can have 512 people in the same group chat. This change has been known for about a month through beta, but this is the first time the feature has rolled out to all users.
If you have any Insteon smart home devices, you may have noticed they stopped working suddenly in April. Since then, we’ve learned the company has gone out of business, abruptly shutting down everything – including the servers and backend – and posting a public statement following the incident. You might be equally surprised to discover that today, after all that, your Insteon device is suddenly online again. No, Smartlabs didn’t suddenly figure out how to keep Insteon running. Instead, the company was acquired – and it’s not a huge tech giant, if that’s what you’re thinking.
Android 13 Beta 3 has officially launched. At first glance, it certainly looks like a smaller update, with the most notable thing about it being its platform stability milestone, but there are certainly a lot of changes to it that can take you a while to see. see after install it your phone. Among them, you’ll find more refined phone search capabilities or a slightly larger, iOS-like gesture navigation bar. An improved version of the recently introduced battery widget has also been spotted. Still, it’s good news even if you’re not a beta user, as it will also roll out to older Android versions.
Samsung’s foldable devices are great for power users as their large screens are a boon when running multiple apps at once. The company has also integrated several features in One UI to further enhance the multitasking experience. A new rumor now suggests that the Korean giant will make running apps in split-screen mode on their upcoming Galaxy Z Flip4 and Fold4 easier than ever.
As another month rolls around, Samsung will definitely start updating its devices with their latest security patch. It has started early in international markets, everything should be before the end of May. We are now seeing the first signs of the June 2022 update being available in the US, starting with Verizon Galaxy A21.
When you’re a longtime console player, trying to do it on Android can take a bit of tweaking. Sure, a lot of games are designed from the ground up with smartphones in mind and make smart use of touch input – but there’s more than enough that you’ll want the reliable, accurate input you’re only looking for. see a physical controller. Microsoft has some great options, and its Elite Wireless Controller is easily one of the best Android gaming controllers out there. Today, we’re checking out the company’s slightly more affordable offering, as some exciting new customization options have arrived at Xbox Design Labs.
At Google I/O 2022, the company announced that it will be replacing the old Google Pay app with a new service, again called Wallet. It collects payment cards, car keys, student cards, vaccine cards and everything in between. It also serves as Google’s primary payments app in 42 countries, while users in the US and Singapore use both at the same time. As confusing as this approach may seem on paper, it’s sure to be a popular move – especially with Samsung taking the lead.
Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 is the current flagship Android smartphone series, but Snapdragon 8 More Gen 1 is coming soon. This is only a small step up from the current flagship, but a leak on Chinese social platform Weibo suggests the next system-on-chip (SoC) will be a start. The SM8550 chipset, which we expect to be released as Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, is said to have four different CPU islands, creating a more complex design than Gen 1.
Many of the writers here at Android Police enjoyed our experience with the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro – in fact, the smaller model won our coveted editor’s award for 2021. That’s not to say both phones are perfect, of course. As has become the tradition of Google, there are some pretty weird bugs and bugs that need serious fixing – and fortunately, the company has been quite proactive with its fixes. Here’s everything that’s wrong with the Pixel 6 series that’s been spotted so far.
WhatsApp is constantly introducing new beta builds for testers to try out upcoming features. Recently we have seen possibilities like allowing you to edit sent messages and undo option for deleted chats. Now it looks like next on the horizon could be a pair that will allow us to export WhatsApp data and see status updates in the chat section.
Driven by the continued success of the Apple Watch and Google remembering that Wear OS, uh, already existed, smartwatches are one of the hottest gadget categories right now. As we eagerly await to learn all about the Pixel Watch and its potentially disappointing specs sheet, another rumored product has dusted off. Meta’s long-rumored watch seems to be on ice, just in time to learn about some of its truly ridiculous features.
Samsung certainly feels like the king of Android updates these days, regularly rolling out monthly security updates before the start of the month, beating even Google’s Pixel line in the process. Usually, we see flagships like the Galaxy S22 at the top of the line, and although Samsung finished the ball there with the phone’s June update, availability has so far been limited by region. . As many of us are still waiting to get our hands on it, we’re learning a bit more about what’s to come and it looks like the June 2022 update for the Galaxy S22 series is set to deliver. offers some significant camera improvements.
Google’s new Play Integrity API was first announced at the Google Developers Summit for Games last year. Originally presented as a way to prevent fraud, its utility has expanded in recent literature to overlap and expand on everything the SafetyNet APIs have done to ensure that an application and device be trusted, unmodified, and possibly safe from malicious or fraudulent interactions – in short, developers can trust that nothing bad or weird is going on. Knowing that, today’s news is hardly surprising, but Google has announced that the SafetyNet attestation API will be deprecated in 2024 in favor of the new Play Integrity API.
Mid-range phones are notorious for missing out on some key features that average users love. However, the Moto G Stylus 5G doesn’t sacrifice much to achieve an accessible price point. It feels sturdy enough, looks great, and performs admirably, even under the harshest of circumstances. It’s not perfect, but at $500 it’s one of the more competitive devices in its price range.
Google Chrome may not have changed much on the surface anymore, much to the dismay of those who like the browser’s implementation of bottom bar navigation on Android. But the company is still working to improve and optimize every little piece of code inside it and keep abreast of the latest development trends. Google has highlighted some of the new machine learning-based features it recently introduced to its browser, like a smartly changing toolbar button for Chrome on Android, improvements to Alternate Calendar Journeys, and more. better history and protection against fraud.