According to 9to5Google, Google has released an update for the popular Google Lens app, after the installation of which the basic principles of using the app change.
Whereas previously the emphasis was on analyzing what enters the viewfinder lens in real time, now the main focus is on analyzing photos and screenshots that are stored on your device.
The Google Lens or Google Lens app was released on the Google Play store in June 2018. As of early 2021, this app has been downloaded over 500 million times on the official Google app store. In addition to scanning text and translating it, Google Lens allows users to copy text to their computer. The application also allows you to search for specific objects, solve math problems, recognize handwritten notes, and much more.
It is interesting to note that screen capture analysis was previously available in the Google Photos app. Now Google has added this feature to the Google Lens app as well.
The update is distributed on the server side, so it will take several days / weeks to cover all devices.
Huawei’s Android replacement goes to the next level: HarmonyOS 3.0 beta phase 2, 17 models allowed
Huawei is finally starting the second phase of beta testing of the new generation of its proprietary Android replacement, the HarmonyOS 3.0 operating system.
During the second phase, users from China will be able to test HarmonyOS 3.0 with Mate and P50 series smartphones, MatePad tablets and branded TVs. The complete list of devices eligible for testing looks like this:
- Huawei Mate Xs2
- Huawei Mate Xs2 Collector’s Edition
- Huawei Mate X2
- Huawei Mate X2 4G
- Huawei Mate X2 Collector’s Edition
- Huawei Mate 40E
- Huawei Mate 40E 4G
- Huawei Mate 40E Pro
- Huawei P50E
- 10.8-inch Huawei MatePad Pro 2021
- Huawei MatePad 11
- Huawei Smart TV V98
- Huawei Smart TV V75 Super
- Huawei Smart TV V55 2021
- Huawei Smart TV V65 2021
- Huawei Smart TV V75 2021
- Huawei Smart TV V85 2021
Users of these devices will receive the HarmonyOS 3.0 beta update in mid-August 2022.
Microsoft has released an update to Windows 10 – not only bug fixes, but also new features
Microsoft, as part of the traditional monthly Patch Tuesday update, has released an update for the Windows 10 operating system. Update KB5016616 brings not only bug fixes and security improvements, but also new features.
Microsoft has added the ability to receive important alerts when you turn on a feature called Focus Assist. For those who don’t know, Focus Assist is similar to the Do Not Disturb feature on Android or iOS.
Microsoft is also bringing back support for Windows Autopilot scripts that have been disabled. Additionally, Microsoft has addressed internet connectivity issues on some docking stations, especially when resuming from sleep, file printing issues, input indicator and language bar issues in the notification area.
The update is available for Windows 10 versions 21H1 and 21H2.
Microsoft has released a mandatory Windows 11 update. Now the Start menu is open to everyone
Microsoft has released a fresh update for Windows 11 as part of the traditional monthly “update on Tuesday” (Patch Tuesday).
The update brings a number of improvements and bug fixes. This includes a problem with downloading and installing Windows updates. Other fixes include that every user will now be able to open the Start menu again, whereas some users may not have been able to before.
The update also includes innovations that became available as an optional cumulative update released in the second half of July. Among them is the ability to install new versions of Windows 11 during the first run. This means that if you buy a PC with the original version of Windows 11, but a newer version, such as Windows 11 version 22H2, is already available, you can install it before you start using your PC.
Since the KB5016629 update brings security improvements, this is a mandatory update that will install automatically on the PC, the user can only delay the installation for a week or two. Attempting to defer security updates multiple times may force a patch to be installed, depending on your Windows Update settings.
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