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Google Pixel Fold: A new foldable phone from Google

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Google announced its first foldable phone, the Google Pixel Fold, at the I/O 2023 Developers Conference. The Pixel Fold is a book-style foldable phone with a 7.6-inch internal display and a 6.2-inch external display. It is powered by Google’s Tensor chip and runs Android 14.

In addition to the Pixel Fold, Google is also rumored to be working on a clamshell foldable phone similar to the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4. This phone is said to have a 6.7-inch internal display and a 2.1-inch external display. It is expected to be powered by Google’s Tensor chip and run Android 14.

It is unclear when either of these phones will be released. However, Google’s entry into the foldable phone market is a sign that the category is becoming increasingly popular.

Google is rumored to be working on a clamshell version of the Pixel Flip folding phone. The phone is expected to be released in 2024 and will be powered by the Tensor G3 chip. It is also expected to be more affordable than the Pixel Fold, which costs $1,799.

The clamshell design is similar to the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 and Motorola Razr 5G. This design allows the phone to be folded in half and opened like a book. The Pixel Flip is currently the only foldable phone from Google. It was released in 2022 and has a starting price of $999.

The Tensor G3 chip is the successor to the Tensor G2 chip that powers the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. The Tensor G3 chip is expected to be more powerful and efficient than the Tensor G2 chip.

The Pixel Flip clamshell foldable phone is expected to be a more affordable option for consumers who want a foldable phone. The phone is also expected to be more compact and portable than the Pixel Fold.

Other foldable phones have larger secondary screens, so it’s unclear how big the Pixel Flip’s will be.

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Google Play Games Beta Now Available for Galaxy Laptops in Europe

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Android games are getting better and bigger. Some games look like they were made for consoles, and we often want to play them on a bigger screen with better specs. Google Play Games for PC is now available in Europe and New Zealand.

Google Play Games Beta for PC is now available in more countries. You can now play your favorite Android games on your PC, even if you don’t have a Samsung Galaxy Book. The beta is available in all of Europe and New Zealand, as well as 42 other countries. To find out if your country is supported, visit the Google Play Games website.

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Google Play Games Beta for PC is now available in most European countries, with a library of over 100 games, including 1945 Air Force, Blade Idle, and Cookie Run: Kingdom. Google will add more games as the service expands, but not every European nation is getting the beta. To check if your country is supported, visit the Google Play Games website.

Here are the minimum computer requirements for Google Play Games Beta for PC:

  • Operating System: Windows 10
  • Storage: SSD with at least 10GB of storage available
  • Graphics: Intel UHD Graphics 630 GPU
  • CPU: 4-core CPU
  • RAM: 8GB
  • Admin Access: Windows admin access is required to turn on the hardware virtualization feature.
  • Controller Support: Controllers do not currently work with Google Play Games for PC, as the games are only optimized for keyboard use.

You can download it from the Google Play website. To be eligible for the beta, you must have a personal Google Account and be 18 years of age or older. Once you have downloaded and installed the beta, you can start playing your favorite Android games on your computer.

  1. Austria
  2. France
  3. Lithuania
  4. Romania
  5. Belgium
  6. Georgia
  7. Luxembourg
  8. San Marino
  9. Bosnia and Herzegovina
  10. Germany
  11. Macedonia
  12. Serbia
  13. Bulgaria
  14. Greece
  15. Malta
  16. Slovakia
  17. Croatia
  18. Hungary
  19. Moldova
  20. Slovenia
  21. Cyprus
  22. Iceland
  23. Monaco
  24. Spain
  25. Czech Republic
  26. Ireland
  27. Netherlands + Netherlands Antilles
  28. Sweden
  29. Denmark
  30. Italy
  31. Norway
  32. Switzerland
  33. Estonia
  34. Latvia
  35. Poland
  36. Turkey
  37. Finland
  38. Liechtenstein
  39. Portugal
  40. Ukraine
  41. United Kingdom

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Google Chrome browser now corrects URLs automatically

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Google announced today that, as part of Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD), it will introduce automatic URL error correction for the desktop version of the Chrome browser. Additionally, they mentioned plans to extend this feature to mobile devices in the coming months.

In Chrome, when you type a wrong URL, it will alert you if there’s a spelling error. If you enter an incorrect web address in Chrome, the browser will notify you about any spelling mistakes. Chrome will let you know if there’s a spelling error in the URL you entered, helping you avoid mistakes while browsing.

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Google’s latest feature aims to assist individuals with dyslexia, language learners, and occasional typists by helping them identify and rectify errors in URLs. This feature ensures that they can easily access the intended websites without any confusion or mistakes.

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New Google Wear OS 4 watches and Android 14 update enhance golf tracking and health connectivity

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Google revealed limited details about Wear OS 4 at I/O 2023. It announced a developer preview version with minor adjustments, including improved golf tracking for fitness.

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Health Services offers app developers an easier way to access Wear OS sensor data, including frequent heart rate data and automatic golf stroke detection on supported devices.

Wear OS 4 will bring new features, including golf swing size detection on supported devices, developed in collaboration with Samsung. This will enable seamless tracking and scoring for golfing apps. The release will also introduce new permissions to access body sensors in the background.

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In Android 14, Health Connect will no longer be a standalone app and will be integrated as a core part of Android. This change aims to provide faster setup and access to new features through Google Play system updates. Users will be able to grant apps permission to write route data during workout sessions, and other apps can offer the option to import route data from Health Connect, with user control over approving or rejecting each import. Additionally, Health Connect in Android 14 will allow sharing workout maps with other apps and provide improved menstrual cycle tracking capabilities.

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