Google updates Maps with AR, Facebook tests new video service
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Google announced that it is adding features to Google Maps.
First up is live view.
It allows users to see augmented reality directly.
Digitas over a live feed from their camera.
Flight and hotel information will also find a new home within the Maps app.
Under the your places section.
Google says those reservations will be available even if you're offline.
These new features will come to both Android and iOS.
Facebook will test a new feature that will let people sign up for video subscriptions and through the Facebook site.
Its first partners in.
Food Motor Trend and taste made plus Facebook would handle the payment process.
You will not find Netflix or Hulu on this service during this first wave of testing.
Previous reports say Facebook has spoken to major video players in connection with a new piece of hardware.
The tear down experts and I fix it say that Apple is a walking iPhone batteries and a blog post that says that.
The person replaces an iPhone battery the phone will display a service notification in the Battery Health section of Settings.
iFixIt also says the service message appears even if a genuine Apple battery is used as a replacement.
The only way around this message is to bring the phone to an authorized Apple service provider.
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