Pixel 2 can set do not disturb automatically when driving

BI Intelligence

BI Intelligence

Earlier this week, Google showcased its latest flagship smartphones, the Google Pixel 2 and Google Pixel 2 XL. Google will finally debut Lens as a special feature within the Google Photos app, but only on new Pixel devices to start. This was first spotted by Android Police and this app is will use sensors on your pixel smartphone to control music and DND mode. When enabled, this new feature will automatically put the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL into Do Not Disturb mode when they sense they're in a vehicle.

Why We Should Care About Taking a Knee
As the 2016 season went on, a handful of other players joined Kaepernick and took a knee for the playing of the national anthem. They were criticized for being unpatriotic and for disrespecting the military - but their protests had nothing to do with that.

Google's desire to go head-to-head with Apple and Samsung in the smartphone market has been made abundantly clear with the unveiling of the Pixel 2 and its corresponding earbuds. The Pixel 2 - on the other hand, is still available for purchase as of now. The 6-inch Pixel 2 XL has a razor-sharp P-OLED display which creates a full screen, immersive viewing experience, and comes in Just Black and Black and White. (Another reason: There's no headphone jack on the Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL, so unless you feel like plugging a dongle into the phone's USB Type-C port, you'll need a set of wireless earbuds.) My brief hands-on time with that Pixel Buds feature wasn't quite as seamless, but it's still a pretty impressive feat that will appeal to travelers, in particular. The video includes a number of interesting interviews with the Pixel 2 team. They are both crammed with new features, but there was a notable omission: the headphone jack. Considering Google's new direction, we are expecting to see more exclusive services and features for the Google hardware. While design, stock Android OS, and cameras are among the highlights, Google also announced unlimited Photos storage for lifetime in their original resolution. The majority of the confirmation truly indicates the idea that the Google Pixel 2 camera is especially noteworthy, and likely the most grounded mobile phone entertainer yet.

Apple unveils new emoji coming in iOS 11.1
If you weren't excited enough, the new set also includes a special " I love you " gesture designed after American Sign Language. Apple has also promised to introduce "more emotive" smiley faces, clothing options, food types, animals and mythical creatures.

When pre-orders went live during the Google event last week, there was a bit of confusion regarding the free Home Mini you get for purchasing a Pixel 2. A concerned fan took to Twitter to ask why the search giant has not yet unveiled the Pixel 2 phones in the Asian country. From here, you can select "Search box (dock)" to get the Pixel 2-style search bar right on your home screen. Bokeh is characterized as "the impact of a delicate out-of-center foundation that you get when shooting a subject, utilizing a quick focal point, at the most extensive gap, for example, f/2.8 or more extensive." to put it plainly, bokeh is the satisfying or tasteful nature of out-of-center obscure in a photo. Now, there is another good news for Pixel 2 buyers. "How many touchpoints can I have to make it easy to access Google Assistant?". In addition to helping with translations, the Assistant can place phone calls, get directions and give you alerts at your command. On the optics front, the phone has a 23-megapixel rear camera with dual tone LED and an 8-megapixel front facing snapper with 88-degree wide angle lens.

King ruled out of Norway squad to face Northern Ireland
Equally, we can't allow ourselves to field an inexperienced team and be beaten and then suddenly lose out on goal difference. And now we have the Northern Ireland side, presented in a much more impressive format than that of their opponents.

Recommended News

We are pleased to provide this opportunity to share information, experiences and observations about what's in the news.
Some of the comments may be reprinted elsewhere in the site or in the newspaper.
Thank you for taking the time to offer your thoughts.