After sending an email, you’ll see a black bar at the bottom of the screen with an undo option. And unlike the initial roll out of the desktop feature, it’s enabled by default. Given the higher likelihood of needing to recall an email while you’re out and about (getting tipsy in a bar and making bad decisions, for example) it’s a surprise it’s taken so long for the feature to arrive on Android. But in this case, it’s definitely better late than never.
If you can’t post comments without tossing in at least one emoji to make your feelings clear, you’ll be glad to know that Instagram has your back. After months of testing, Instagram has introduced an emoji shortcut bar on Android and iOS that offers quick access to your most-used icons when wading into a post’s […]
Microsoft says that typing on the new Surface Laptop will be quieter than on the original, though we didn’t really have a problem with that keyboard. The display stays at 13.5 inches and now has a 1,500:1 contrast ratio, which Microsoft says is best in class. The original Surface Laptop was unique not only because […]
When it comes to the camera, Google Pixel has always been rewarded the top position among flagships like iPhone X, Samsung Galaxy S9, Huawei P20 Pro, etc. However, with the increasing competition like Sony’s 48 MP phone camera, Google Pixel 3 will have to pack something mind-blowing to take out other players. Presently, it seems like […]