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“Buy milk in Pyaterochka”: location-based reminders will disappear in Google Assistant

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Google has begun to notify users that one of the functions in the Google Assistant voice assistant (Google Assistant) will soon stop working.

Buy milk in Pyaterochka location based reminders will disappear in Google

We are talking about the ability to set reminders based on location. On the support page, Google also briefly notes that the ability to create location-based reminders will soon stop working.

As a “consolation”, Google says that users will still be able to set reminders for a specific time or set a sequence of actions per command based on location.

Interestingly, the location-based reminder feature continues to work in the Google Keep note-taking app.

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120Hz OLED screen and 80W audio for $2,830. Hisense A9H 65-inch TV introduced

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120Hz OLED screen and 80W audio for 2830 Hisense A9H

Hisense introduced the A9H TV. In fact, this is a line of TVs, but so far it is represented only by a 65-inch model, and sometime later a 55-inch model will appear.

120Hz OLED screen and 80W audio for $2,830.  Hisense A9H 65-inch TV introduced

The novelty received an OLED screen with a frame rate of 120 Hz and a resolution of 4K UHD. In the UK, for such a TV they ask for 2300 pounds, or about $ 2830 at the current rate.

The maximum brightness is declared equal to 1000 cd / m2, there is support for HDR10 + and Dolby Vision IQ. The novelty is running the operating system Vidaa U6.0.

Among the rest, it is worth noting a pair of HDMI 2.1 ports and an 80-watt sound subsystem.

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Microsoft Edge browser updated for streamers and gamers

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Microsoft Edge browser updated for streamers and gamers

Microsoft continues to actively promote the Xbox Cloud Gaming service and other gaming features. At the same time, developers add them to the proprietary Edge browser. Back in November last year, it became known about Clarity Boost technology, which improves image clarity when streaming games on Windows 10 and 11. Now, as expected, it will appear in the Edge browser.

Microsoft Edge browser updated for streamers and gamers

In addition, Microsoft advertises the Efficiency Mode in the browser, which should minimize the load on the system and give maximum resources to games.

And on the home page of the updated version of the browser, free casual games are available – Microsoft Jewel, Microsoft Edge Surf, Microsoft Majong and others. It also displays news on gaming topics, live streams, new games and the ability to access the Xbox Cloud Gaming catalog.

Note that this is not the first “gaming” browser on the PC. Previously, Opera Software released the Opera GX browser with aggressive visual design, support for free casual games, related news and so on.

And earlier in Microsoft Edge added a calculator, a unit converter and a utility to check the speed of the Internet.

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The long-awaited Always-On Display in the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max will allow you to display widgets from the lock screen

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The long awaited Always On Display in the iPhone 14 Pro and

All the latest data indicates that at least the older smartphones of the iPhone 14 line will receive Always-On Display support.

The long-awaited Always-On Display in the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max will allow you to display widgets from the lock screen

According to Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman, the Always-On Display on the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max models will allow new widgets created for the lock screen to be displayed on the screen.

This means that not only the clock can be displayed on the off screen, but also the calendar, unread messages, weather forecast, stock quotes, and so on. All that is in the form of widgets for the lock screen. How it will be possible to interact with such data in Always-On Display mode is still unknown.

The older models of the new generation, we recall, are credited with 120 Hz screens that are capable of reducing the frame rate to 1 Hz. This will allow smartphones to consume battery power very economically in Always-On Display mode.

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