Users have already verified that this works on a basic level — you can use the Pixel 3’s USB-C headphones to translate on a non-Pixel phone. The question is whether or not translation works as seamlessly with third-party audio. LG’s Tone Platinum SE has a dedicated Google Assistant button with translation support, but that wasn’t a promise of universal access. Now, Google is making it clear that it wants a whole ecosystem of headphones that can translate on the spot.
iOS 12 Let’s just be blunt here: iOS 11 was plagued by a stream of frustrating issues that eroded some confidence in Apple’s software. Clearly, that can’t be allowed to happen again. It’s no surprise then that nearly everything we’ve heard suggests iOS 12 is more about squashing bugs and performance issues than dramatic redesigns […]
Come July 31st (Harry Potter’s birthday, mind you) you’ll be able to take the role of a photojournalist covering the titular event on PS4, while the Switch and Xbox One versions will be released two and three days later, respectively. Pre-order pages aren’t live just yet, but once they are, your lack of patience will […]
While 3D printing can be used to create devices like prosthetics or smart pill bottles that can remind patients to take their medicine, this method doesn’t easily allow for the ability to monitor how patients use those devices. “We’re interested in making accessible assistive technology with 3D printing, but we have no easy way to […]