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Google wants to move the Android search bar to the bottom of the screen again. This feature is already available

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It looks like Google wants to experiment again with the search bar at the bottom of the screen on Android smartphones.

Google wants to move the Android search bar to the bottom of the screen again.  This feature is already available

In the latest version of Google software 14.48.26.29.arm64, the search bar is at the bottom of the screen. By default this feature is disabled, but it can be activated in hidden settings.

Google wants to move the Android search bar to the bottom of the screen again.  This feature is already available

Let us remember that several years ago Google experimented in the same direction, but in the mobile version of the Chrome browser. The experiment, apparently, was considered unsuccessful, since after a while everything was returned to its place, although with the current giant screens on smartphones, the lower location may seem more convenient to many. At a minimum, this is how the search bar is located in some other mobile browsers, and some, like Firefox, even give you a choice.

At the same time, as we see, Google is now experimenting not with Chrome, but with search built into Android. Perhaps, if this experiment is successful this time, the changes will affect the browser.

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World’s first Windows-based augmented reality gaming kit unveiled

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Worlds first Windows based augmented reality gaming kit unveiled

At MWC Barcelona 2024, Tecno introduced Pocket Go, a new augmented reality gaming set.

The manufacturer said that Pocket Go is the world’s first augmented reality gaming kit based on Windows. The Pocket Vision headset improves interaction with the device and gives a new gaming experience.

World's first Windows-based augmented reality gaming kit unveiled

An important advantage is the compactness and lightness of Pocket Go: the device is 30% lighter and 50% smaller compared to other portable Windows game consoles. This is the first device to provide high frame rates in AAA games. It is equipped with an 8-core 16-thread processor with a turbo frequency of 5.1 GHz, and a replaceable 50 Wh battery guarantees long gaming time without interruptions.

Pocket Go also includes a universal control system, Tecno Smart Box, which allows you to control not only your gameplay but also other smart devices in the ecosystem.

World's first Windows-based augmented reality gaming kit unveiled

Notably, Pocket Go can work well with Tecno Mega Mini T1 Windows PC as well as Tecno smartphones. However, the company did not specify whether the Pocket Go will also be compatible with other Android or iOS phones.

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iOS 18 will finally bring a new design this year, but macOS changes aren’t expected until 2025

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iOS 18 will finally bring a new design this year

According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, iOS 18 will likely include some design changes, but a refreshed look for macOS could be a year or two away.

Gurman said Apple is working on a redesign of iOS “as early as this year.” There have been rumors that iOS 18 will feature some design elements inspired by VisionOS, and while Gurman agreed that iOS could borrow some design elements from VisionOS, he doesn’t expect a “complete overhaul that mirrors VisionOS.”

iOS 18 will finally bring a new design this year, but macOS changes aren't expected until 2025

Garman previously said that Apple’s senior management described iOS 18 as “an ambitious and compelling operating system with many new features and a different design.”

As for macOS, Gurman said Apple has begun early work on design changes for the operating system that we will be able to evaluate in 2025 or 2026. The platform last underwent a major redesign with macOS Big Sur in 2020.

Apple is expected to announce iOS 18 at its annual WWDC developer conference in June.

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Windows will have its own equivalent of DLSS and FSR. Microsoft DirectSR technology will be presented in a month

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Windows will have its own equivalent of DLSS and FSR

Microsoft DirectSR (Super Resolution) technology will be presented at the GDC 2024 event, which starts in a month.

Windows will have its own equivalent of DLSS and FSR.  Microsoft DirectSR technology will be presented in a month

Let us remind you that the technology became known a couple of weeks ago, and now the information has appeared directly on the GDC website. DirectSR is an image scaling technology similar to Nvidia DLSS or AMD FSR, but applied to Windows as a whole.

There are no technical details yet, but DirectSR is likely to be the most universal solution that will be compatible with all modern video cards. Actually, the same AMD FSR technology is also open and works on different adapters. In the last leak regarding Super Resolution in Windows, we saw mention of both games and applications, but it is not yet clear in which programs and how this will be implemented.

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