The update which is due out later this year, sees Google overhauling its Android operating system with longer battery life and new designs, layouts, and icons to look more modern and "like the iPhone".
Android Go phones will soon be a reality in India.
For those of you complaining of a resource hungry Gmail app, which slows your smartphone experience, Google has come out with a revised app. It will give you all the basic and mostly used features in your not so powerful hardware phone.
The app also comes with a feature that blocks spam before it hits your inbox. Gmail Go also allows to set up multiple accounts, so that you set up both Gmail and non-Gmail addresses - Outlook.com, Yahoo Mail, or other IMAP/POP email. So you can easily get that message by making proper search of it. All the apps of Google will store your data on cloud with full security. It is only compatible with Android 8.1 Oreo running devices.
Essential has just announced that Android 8.1 Oreo is now available for the Essential Phone in the beta form.
If we talk more about this Gmail Go app, it is not available for all the smartphones.
"While Android dominates the middle and low-end of the global smartphone market, Apple controls much of the high-end with users who spend more on apps and other services". These Go applications are stripped down to work efficiently on phones with low memory and storage space, similar is the case with Gmail Go.
ICE lawyer resigns after being charged with stealing immigrants' identities
Sanchez' attorney, Cassandra Stamm, said she is not commenting until after her client appears in court on Thursday. The chief counsel, resigned shortly after the allegations, after an indictment was filed against him.
Slovenia stuns U.S. men's hockey in OT, 3-2
For 40 minutes things went swimmingly for the star-less US men's hockey team in its Olympic opener against Slovenia. Team USA now finds itself in a bit of a hole after losing to an opponent it probably should have defeated.
Solar eclipse of February 2018 was seen by NASA in space!
A Nasa spaceship has captured astonishing footage of Earth eclipsing the Sun. "For most people, this is a really marginal event". An animation of the eclipse shows that it will begin over Antarctica and will move up and over parts of South America.