1. What is Google Go?
Google launched the Google Go search app targeted to entry Android (Go edition) devices. The company has announced that the app is available for all Android phones (Android Lollipop or later) worldwide from the Google Play Store. Google Go is about 7MB, offers search results that are optimized to save up to 40% data, works even on slow connections.
2. Xiaomi Mi A-series models are the top-selling Android One phones globally
Mi first Android One smartphone was launched in 2017 which name is A1 then A2. Recently A3 has launched, this smartphone has better feature than his old phones.
3. Russia’s Space Agency launched Soyuz has Humanoid “Fyodor”
Russia’s space agency, Roscosmos, launched a new Soyuz booster on a trip to the ISS. But Special things is that it has a humanoid Passenger called Fyodor. The machine’s real model name is Skybot F-850
4. Redmi Note 8 Pro will be powered by Helio G90T SoC confirms MediaTek
Earlier today Xiaomi’s Redmi brand confirmed that it will introduce the Redmi Note 8 and Note 8 Pro smartphones in China on August 29th. Now MediaTek has confirmed that its latest Helio G90T 12nm SoC will power the Redmi Note 8 Pro, as rumoured earlier.
5. Apple Watch Series 5 with OLED display from JDI said to launch on September 2019
Apple launched the Watch Series 4 with an edge-to-edge curved display, fall detection and more last year. Now, leaks and rumours about the Apple Watch 5 Series have started to surface and on similar lines, a new report suggests that Apple Watch Series could be launched next month alongside the new iPhone models.
6. Galaxy M21, Galaxy M31, and Galaxy M41 have been leaked and are expected to be unveiled in 2020.
Samsung Galaxy M21, Galaxy M31 and Galaxy M41 key specifications surface
Samsung launched the Galaxy M10, M20, M30, and M40 smartphones under the ‘M’ series in India earlier this year. Now, key specifications of its successor, Galaxy M21, Galaxy M31, and Galaxy M41 have been leaked and are expected to be unveiled in 2020.
7. Google’s Socratic AI app helps students in various subjects
Google acquired Socratic, a mobile learning app that uses AI technology to help high school and university students. As per the company claims, it guides them through the resources that are available and identifies the core underlying concepts that will lead them to answers to their questions. In an attempt to make it easier and helpful, the search engine giant Google has made some improvements to it.
8. Apple’s credit card is available
Wow, Apple’s credit card is available to all users. Don’t use it like other cards seriously. According to Apple, storing it against leather or denim can cause permanent discolouration, and despite plastic linings in many wallets. Oh, and one more thing — don’t let it rub against other cards or sit anywhere loose against coins, keys because we usually do so. And after all, it’s an Apple Brand.
9. Google had finally named Android Next Version
Google has finally revealed Android Q’s release name, and it’s not Quiche, Quinoa or Quesadilla. In fact, it’s not named after any snack that starts with the letter Q — the tech giant has decided to just call it Android 10
10. Flipkart has started rolling out its video streaming service for Android users
Flipkart has started rolling out its video streaming service for Android users for free that allows users to watch movies, TV shows and other video content for free. Viu, Dice Media, TVF, Arre and Voot have partnered with Flipkart for the video content. The videos classified into different sections based on genres and languages.