Pixel phones to get regular feature drops, Oculus Quest gets hand-tracking
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Your Google Pixel 4 phone is about to get upgraded.
While Pixel's updated monthly with fixes and improvements, Google is rolling out larger updates called Pixel Feature Drop.
The first one will include a new way to capture portrait photos and automatic call screening to fight robocalls.
The new Portrait Blur feature in Google Photos gives you the ability to turn a photo into a portrait after you've already taken it.
Amazon has reportedly leased office space in Manhattan less than a year after backlash over an incentives deal that caused it to ditch high profile plans for a campus in the New York borough of Queens.
news that the e commerce powerhouse has now leased office space in New York for more than 1500 employees was reported Friday by the Wall Street Journal, and it had some of those same critics saying, told you soon.
And finally, Facebook's Oculus quest VR continues to get new features.
Last month it aided us PC PC tethering for running more powerful Oculus Rift apps.
Now it can work without controllers using the headsets external cameras to track your finger and hand motion.
The software update available this week arrives much earlier than expected, but it's also an experimental feature and needs to be turned on in settings.
For now, hand tracking will work with the main OS for core apps like Facebook's web browser, along with Oculus TV.
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