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Google Camera NX Brings Motion Photo, Face Retouching, and more to the Nexus 5X/6P

The unofficial Google Camera HDR+ has proven popular for non-Pixel devices, as it improves image quality in many cases. However, it’s worth noting that HDR+ wasn’t actually launched with the Google Pixel – instead, it’s been a mainstay of Google Camera ever since the release of the Nexus 5 in 2013. The major change with […]

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Could HP and Dell Get Together Again?

Technology companies tend to have very fickle relationships. For instance, Microsoft helped launch Apple, worked to kill the company, provided money to save it, and then got its butt kicked by it. Dell first partnered with EMC, then competed with it, then bought it — and the CEOs remained friends throughout. Dell and HP have […]

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Chrome OS is getting Android-like Screenshot Functionality

Chrome OS started out as an operating system for low-end hardware to have access to basic web browsing and office suite functionality. It has since evolved dramatically, with Chrome OS convertibles essentially taking over where the dying Android tablet ecosystem left off. But even with the ability to run Android applications natively on Chrome OS, the […]

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Google Pixel 2 has 25 Media Volume Steps for more Granular Volume Control

Small software tweaks can sometimes make a huge difference in user experience. For years, one pain point on Android phones is the lack of granular volume control. By default, there are 15 volume steps for media, 7 for notifications, and 6 for the in-call voice. While the small number of volume steps allows one to […]

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