Dual cameras may still be on Samsung's mind. The company tweeted last month that its new Exynos 9 chip supports dual camera image processing, which might show that the company is still working on bringing dual cameras to future phones. Fingers crossed that it comes to the Galaxy Note 8. Some alleged Galaxy S8 prototypes were spotted with dual cameras. Did the feature almost become a reality?. The Samsung Galaxy S8 announced last week has a huge display, facial recognition, and Bixby, but it didn't get the two camera lenses on the back that were prevalent in rumors leading up to the Unpacked launch event. Now, some photos of alleged Galaxy S8 Plus prototypes recently surfaced showing off a dual camera set up, which contrasts with the lone rear camera that the Galaxy S8 actually has.
On Monday Google added scheduling to Google Wifi, and parents everywhere rejoiced, To create a schedule, update the Google Wifi app on your Android or iOS device, After the update is installed, open the app the tap on cloak case for apple iphone xr - red the Settings tab and select Family Wi-Fi > Schedules, Using existing device groups, Google Wifi will recommend a predetermined schedule such as "Kids bedtime" lasting from 8 p.m, to 6 a.m, Either select one of the predefined schedules to further customize it, or create your own following the prompts..
With a schedule created, those devices included in the respective group(s) will automatically lose connectivity during the scheduled time. For more tips and tricks about Google Wifi, read through this post. A recent update added the ability to schedule internet downtime with just a few taps. One glaring feature missing from Google Wifi's family friendly approach has been scheduling. At launch, you could create groups of devices -- be it for a child or yourself -- and then pause internet access for each cluster on demand. You couldn't, however, have Google Wifi do it for you on a set schedule such as at bedtime, for example.
With Android a mobile OS, the news is just another reminder of the dominance of portable devices in our lives, StatCounter found that in March, Android grabbed a 37.93 percent share of the worldwide OS internet market, barely overtaking Microsoft Windows' 37.91 percent share for the first time, And note the trend lines in the chart below: Windows is on a steady march down from 82 percent in 2012, while Android is mirroring it upward from 2.2 percent in the same five-year period, StatCounter CEO Aodhan Cullen attributed the "breakthrough" to not only the growth of smartphones cloak case for apple iphone xr - red worldwide, which give more people access to the internet, but also a decline in sales of traditional PCs..
A Microsoft representative declined to comment specifically on Android taking over Windows, but added: "We are pleased that there are more than 400 million monthly active devices running Windows 10, and most importantly, that Windows 10 has the highest levels of product satisfaction over any previous version of Windows."First published March 3, 10:55 a.m. PT.Update, 3:29 p.m.: Adds comment from Microsoft. Microsoft no longer has a dominant operating system when you look at internet users worldwide, StatCounter finds.