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Android 10 is arriving first to Google's flagship Pixel phones right now, with a wider rollout to other third party Android devices later this year.
Android 10 has several new features including a dark mode color scheme, improved security settings.
A live caption tool that creates on the fly transcriptions for audio which will come later in the Fall.
In speaking of Google, the company is reportedly being targeted by state attorney general in a coming anti-trust prob.
According to a report by the Washington Post and investigation into anti-competitive conduct Might land the search giant in hot water with US lawmakers.
Back in March, Google was hit with a $1.7 billion fine from the European Commission.
And finally, according to Bloomberg, Samsung is developing a 6.7 inch screen phone that would fold into a square.
Aiming for it to be cheaper and thinner than the still get to be released Galaxy both.
Of course, it's possible this folding concept device won't ever see the light of day, especially if the Galaxy pulled re-release flops.
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