Netflix tests cheap mobile plans, Pixel 3 Night Sight now live
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Netflix is testing a cheaper version of its streaming service overseas, and according to Malaysian outlet, The Star, a $4 a month plan offers SD-quality streaming only on phones and tablets.
It's have the price of the country's step-up plan, and the experimental plan may make its way to other countries soon, but there's no word yet on US plan.
Google��s [UNKNOWN] feature night sight is now available on the Pixel 3, the critics says it��s awesome.
The tech works by taking 15 frames in a third of a second and then uses machine learning to judge the right color, white balance and lightning.
Night sight will hit the other Pixel phones in the coming days.
And finally, Google Assistant has added new routines for certain apps, allowing users to customize the way Assistant reacts to voice commands.
For example, Google Assistant routines in the clock app will offer options that autoplay after an alarm is snoozed, like reading the news or turning on the light
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