Snapchat just dropped another update, and it changes, well, almost everything.
The update adds new “limitless” snaps (for snapping without time constraints), looping videos, emoji doodling, and a new Photoshop-like “magic eraser” tool that removes objects from your photos.
If that sounds like a lot to take in, that’s because it is. Taken together, the changes amount to one of Snapchat’s biggest updates so far.
The changes amount to one of Snapchat’s biggest updates so far.
The biggest change, of course is the addition of limitless snaps, which for the first time in Snapchat’s history allow you to [...]
From what we heard last year, Google was speculated to be working on a third OS called Fuchsia. There was only little information at that time and we knew the fact that it exists, it would be open source and could run on everything from embedded devices to smartphones and PCs.
Android Police had done some investigation and found that the OS is based on Magenta Kernel, which is in-turn based on the LittleKernel project. Both these kernels were designed to run on embedded devices. The UI is based on Flutter, which is “a heavily optimized, mobile-first 2D rendering engine (with excellent support for text)” and a little more than that. Apparently, Google decided to go with Dart as [...]
BlackBerry’s back and this time it’s finally got a winner with the QWERTY keyboard-equipped KEYone.With a physical keyboard, a handsome aluminum design, and the latest version of Android, the KEYone is the BlackBerry that should have been released years ago. Another plus: Its $549.99 unlocked price is much more affordable than the $699 BlackBerry Priv was at launch. I’ve been testing the KEYone for a little over a week and as with every phone, there’s a lot I like and dislike. Yes, the KEYone is a BlackBerry and has a keyboard in an era of touchscreen-only phones, but it’s also running Android, and that makes all the difference. The apps [...]