Google Assistant comes to Xbox One, Uber revamps app
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Google is working with Microsoft to bring Google assistant to the Xbox One.
A beta version is out now.
Using assistant, Xbox owners will be able to turn the console on and off, open games, take screenshots and more.
Assistant for Xbox One should officially launch in the fall Uber announced it's rolling out a new version of it's app.
On the home screen are two options.
Get a ride or order food.
This puts a larger emphasis on Uber Eats.
Uber's food delivery service.
The Uber app is also getting safety features like an opt in PIN system.
The rider will have to say the PIN out loud before the ride would start.
Also if you were dropped off by a bike lane, you will get a push notification so you don't accidentally run into a cyclist.
The newest version of IOS will warn iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max owners who replace their screens with a third-party display with an important display message.
This message will appear in the About section of the settings.
And it states, Unable to verify this iPhone As a genuine Apple display.
The phone will still work but Apple says a non-genuine display may not function as well and could cause performance issues.
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