Google Duplex coming to non-Pixel phones, Verizon 5G turned on in two cities
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Google Duplex, the company's voice-calling robot service, is making its way to more devices.
The Google Assistant feature for booking restaurants has come into more Android phone and IOS devices in the US according to a spokesperson Not all phones will get the update though.
So, check out the duplex support page to confirm.
Verizon is switch on the start of it's 5G network in areas of Chicago and Minneapolis.
The only way to get 5G right now on Verizon is with a Moto Z3 along with the 5G Moto Mod.
If you've got the required hardware Verizon says you can access speeds of up to one gigabyte one second.
Verizon is aiming for 5g in thirty cities this year.
And finally a second update of the android q beta has arrived with some notable additions.
There's bubbles which are hovering messages for texting.
WiFi sharing q r codes and an app removal undue option.
Of course, more features will be added as the beta progresses, so stay tuned for more.
And you can stay up to date with the latest by visiting CNET.
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