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Google quietly begins selling Clips smart camera for $249

Google quietly begins selling Clips smart camera for $249

Google only launched Google Clips preorders yesterday after a almost four-month wait since the device was announced, but it appears that the AI-powered camera is already sold out. According to reports, those who might be interested in the device will have to jump on the waiting list as Google has stopped taking orders for it.


Soon You Won't Have To Say 'Hey Google' To Launch Google Assistant

Soon You Won't Have To Say 'Hey Google' To Launch Google Assistant

Currently, this feature is available only in the United States market and Amazon did not reveal any estimated time for the feature roll out in the Indian market. Another thing to be mindful of: The "Alexa, send a text message" voice command is different from "Alexa, send a message" command. Amazon's digital assistant Alexa is on the receiving end of a new ability: SMS support.


Bioware's Anthem Will Launch in Early 2019; New Battlefield Coming This Year

Bioware's Anthem Will Launch in Early 2019; New Battlefield Coming This Year

Opening today's earnings call, CEO Andrew Wilson said (PDF) "Excitement for Anthem is building, and we're deeply invested in delivering a great new experience with this game when it launches in Q4 FY19". On the other hand, a new Battlefield has been confirmed to come in the third quarter of fiscal year 2018 (between October 1st and December 31st).


Apple iPhone X strategy stumbles but higher prices likely kept sales afloat

Apple iPhone X strategy stumbles but higher prices likely kept sales afloat

Apple's shares fell to their lowest level in 2018, knocking off $14 billion from the company's market value. Trusted Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has cast a shadow of doubt over the prospect of an iPhone SE 2 launch in 2018. Apple is planning to cut iPhone X production by half for the first quarter of this year. One of the main reasons for the iPhone X's lackluster performance seems to be the price.


Google axed 700000 malicious Android apps in 2017

Google axed 700000 malicious Android apps in 2017

Google added that the number of apps removed previous year was up 70 percent compared to the app removal numbers in 2016. The study also found that the number of apps available for download almost doubled in less than three years to 6 million, with 3.4 million apps now available in the Google Play Store and 2.2 million available in the Apple App Store.