Most notable is the "Active Edge", which, if the code deep dive is correct, could see the Pixel 2 feature flexible edges on its chassis that users can squeeze to activate certain functions.
Talking about the specifications and features of the Google Pixel 2 smartphone, the industry experts are speculating that the smartphone handsets of the Google Pixel 2 will be supported by a Snapdragon 835 processor. While we wait, a new report has confirmed Pixel 2 details including a signature feature.
The Google 7.12 app teardown has revealed a line of code that reads "To change settings for the squeeze gesture, go to your phone's Active Edge settings".
It is also rumoured that Google Pixel 2 smartphones will come in two variants, probably the standard edition and the XL version, similar to what was released a year ago.
The code hints that users can "Squeeze for your Assistant" to access Google Assistant in the upcoming flagship from Google.
Knowing all of this, it's safe to assume that Google will finally unveil the next generation of Google Pixel devices on 4 October. It looks like the company is now expanding this feature with what it calls "Routines" which enable you to perform more than one task with the help of Assistant using a single command.
The app refers to the ability to "Squeeze for your Assistant", confirming clasping the device will fire up Google's AI Assistant.
The code also revealed that there'll be an option to choose the voice of the Google Assistant rather than be stuck with its default voice, and custom "hotwords" can be created to choose how the Google Assistant is fired up beyond the phrase "OK Google". However, it is not known whether Google Bar is a widget or quick search bar that will be available in the notifications area. It seems that Google will be adding "sleep sounds" like meditation, nature, ocean and so on that can automatically turn off the Google Home as the user falls asleep.
This is achieved via a beam-forming algorithm which allows the station to control and shape the direction of magnetic fields. It's impressive, and less fiddly than having to plug a charger into the bottom of your phone, but it's not really wireless.
While waiting for the week's main event, the dollar hit an eight-week high against the yen, supported by a rise in U.S. Rising US Treasury yields boosted financial stocks, with higher interest rates expected to boost bank profits.
Here are the best places to see the lunar occultations , according to the International Occultation Timing Association . The occultation jackpot is that extremely rare occasion in which all the planets and Pluto come close to alignment.
Both the "Thanksgiving" episode and Waithe's speech focused on the importance of normalizing and respecting the LGBTQ experience. Luckily for us, we live in a time when Netflix's Grace and Frankie is on the air, dispelling those rumors one at a time.
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Hurricane Jose is making its way up to New England, bringing with it heavy rain and wind gusts, forecasters say. Think of this as a being brushed by wet nor'easter: It might be long lasting, but we won't know for a few days.
The Potter family is furious because they say the Lenexa Police Department , KCI and airport officers all dropped the ball. Potter's truck had been listed in the missing person flyers circulated by Lenexa police .
Gomez further shared that she was amazed how Puma has influenced the style and culture of the people around the world. In a press release about the collaboration, Gomez said that being a part of the brand was "very exciting".
Huawei Mate 10 Poses For The Camera Again
It will run on Android Nougat out of the box with it's own Emotion UI on top and will be getting the Android Oreo update soon. The image of the front gives us a look at the dual front facing cameras, sensor, earpiece as well as a front flash.
'Zone of the Enders' PS4 remaster adds PSVR support
The game, a sequel to Hideo Kojima's Zone of the Enders , has players controlling a mecha known as Jehuty. That game was initially released in 2003 for the PS2, before being remastered for the PS3 in 2012.