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Samsung lets users remap Bixby button on S10 and other Android Pie-powered phones

Dieter Bohn / The Verge

Samsung has finally conceded and is letting users remap the Bixby button to their third-party app of choice. There's now a built-in setting that will let you assign a third-party app to open either with a single or double press. Whatever option you don't choose will be given to Bixby. For example, if one press will open Spotify, then a double press will open Bixby. Now, holding down the button will trigger Bixby Voice, no matter what.

According to The Verge, Samsung will reportedly let owners of the S8, S9, and Note 8 and Note 9 with Android Pie and One UI customize the Bixby button as well.


Microsoft brings Timeline support to Chrome via new extension

Microsoft's Windows 10 Timeline feature lets you sync your Microsoft Edge browsing and app history between your Windows 10, iOS, and Android devices. Now, Chrome users are getting the capability, too, with a new extension. Called Web Activities, the extension syncs your Chrome browsing history across your Windows 10 devices through the operating system's built-in Timeline Viewer. Chrome already syncs your browsing history between your Chrome sessions. But if you want a simpler view of your browsing history on your Windows 10 machine, you'd like this extension. Task View can be accessed in your taskbar or by pressing the Windows Key + Tab.

Source: The Verge


Samsung Galaxy S10's stock camera app gets Instagram mode

Instagram’s Head of Product Adam Mosseri onstage at the Galaxy Unpacked event

It's been a common gripe that Instagram users on Android don't get a good experience on the app as Apple users do. Samsung and Instagram are hoping to change that for their users. The stock camera app on the Galaxy S10 will get a new Instagram mode. It's as accessible as the other modes you can see in the stock app. It'll let you shoot and upload directly to your Instagram stories. You can add stickers, use Instagram's editing tools, add text, hashtag, and more. Samsung claims it's the “best Instagram experience on a smartphone.”

Aside from that, Samsung is also sharing its camera tech via an open SDK for the camera app, allowing developers to use these new features in their own apps. Samsung announced partnerships with Snapchat, Snow, and Lime, promising its users can take as good photos in these apps as they would in the native camera app.

Source: The Verge


Samsung takes the wraps off the Galaxy Fold

At Samsung's Unpacked event, the company started it off with a bang by sharing more details about its foldable device. Officially called the Galaxy Fold, this smartphone/tablet comes with a 7.3-inch Infinity Flex Display with a 1,536 x 2,152 resolution and a smaller 4.6-inch display with an 840 x 1,960 resolution when folded. It uses a sturdy hinge system with multiple interlocking gears to make sure it doesn't wear out that easily. And you'd definitely want to make sure you get the most out of this device. It has a starting price of US$1,980 (around CA$2,600).

The Galaxy Fold runs on a 7nm processor, 12GB of RAM, 512GB Universal Flash Storage 3.0, and two batteries that total to 4,380mAh. This device allows for better multi-tasking. In tablet mode, it can run three apps at once. So, you can do things like watch YouTube videos, message someone on WhatsApp, and browse the web all at once.

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