21 July, 2017
If reports are believed to be true then Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S9 smartphone is going to feature a similar design as the current flagship devices: Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus. It seems like Samsung will be packing the same display specifications with its smartphone as well.
Users of Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus devices can immediately start using Bixby by simply updating their phone's software to the latest version.
Alfredo Angelo Bridal stores closing nationwide; including Oklahoma locations
The Wall Street Journal reported the company has hired a Florida-based law firm to handle its bankruptcy proceedings. Alfred Angelo operates almost 60 locations from coast to coast, and its dresses are available at 800 locations.
Trump's plan likely to cut U.S. deficit by one-third: CBO
Its projections included a $2 trillion math error , claiming the amount would be spent twice on balancing the budget and tax cuts. The White House's official Twitter account posted a tweet that says, "The Congressional Budget Office's math doesn't add up".
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope reaches deal with Lakers
Paul George has said that the idea of him storming after the Lakers in 2018 free agency is overblown. Brian Windhorst , of ESPN , first reported that Caldwell-Pope met with the Lakers on Tuesday.
Samsung's Bixby Voice may have taken longer than expected to reach the Galaxy S8, but now the company is wasting no time explaining just why it thinks its Assistant is better than Google or Apple's.
The latter comes equipped with the company's Infinity Display technology. The rear camera features a bright f/1.7 lens and large 1.4 µm pixels to capture more light when there's not enough around, so you can get wonderful shots - even at night. Supposedly, the Note 8 will have a 6.3-inch display, which is only slightly bigger than the S8+'s 6.2-inch display. Samsung is right now working on polishing its Bixby AI which has been subject to criticism over delays in support, especially in English-speaking countries. We expect the iPhone 8 to have a dual camera sensor as well. Until then, Samsung will be playing the waiting game. Users can ask Bixby to complete simple tasks like turning on the flashlight, taking a screen shot, or taking a selfie.
Bixby Voice will let users "seamlessly navigate their phones and easily switch between voice commands, touch, vision, and text", Samsung's announcement explains. It was only a couple days ago, that Samsung was able to finally launch the English language for Bixby in the USA after months of delay.