Tag: display cutout

Nacho Notch could help you cope with the Pixel 3 XL’s big honkin’ display cutout

It’s not so much that we like them, but in late 2018, we’re getting used to notches on the whole. The Pixel 3 XL’s bizarrely tall cutout, though, is particularly irksome. You can toggle it off in the phone’s developer options, but doing so means the screen space on either side goes unused. Nacho Notch […]

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Chrome 69 has a new Material theme, support for display cutouts, and more [APK Download]

Article Contents Chrome 69 reached beta status a month ago, with features like display cutout support and a new download manager. Google announced yesterday that the update would also include the long-awaited Material redesign, along with a customizable New Tab Page, improved address bar, and other changes. This is might be the largest Chrome update […]

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The most interesting smartphone innovations in the last year (or so)

Article Contents We’ve seen our mobile devices evolve from novelties to ubiquitous, do-it-all pocket supercomputers in just a few decades. Lately, though, there’s been a sense of fatigue about the progression of mobile technology: the breakneck pace of big-ticket advancements has slowed, and even devices which we can’t find fault with just seem kind of […]

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Chrome Beta 69 adds support for display cutouts, becomes a media player for Android Go, and more [APK Download]

Article Contents Chrome 68 hit stable two weeks ago with plenty of important changes, like marking HTTP pages as not secure. It took a little longer than normal, but Chrome 69 has now graduated to beta status. Everyone’s favorite web browser has finally reached the sex number. Going back on topic, this release has the […]

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