Tech giants offer election day help, LG Beats Samsung to Nougat update
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Election day is here and Facebook, Twitter and Google are here to help.
Google will deliver election results in more than 30 languages and today's Google doodle in the United States will link to voters' information.
Meanwhile, US Twitter has confined the nearest pooling place by sending a direct message to @Gov And Facebook has a feature to help users print a voting plan with information on how candidates stand on various issues.
The LG G5 is the first non-Google phone to receive an Android 7.0 Nougat update.
The latest version of the Android operating system includes Google Assistant Instant apps and better multi-windows support.
G5 in South Korea will get the updates first with the America's and Asia getting it in the week to come.
The rival Samsung has yet to commit to a firm.
An update schedule for its phones.
The LG V20 went on sale last month with [UNKNOWN] already in stores.
Facebook is testing a new feature that would let businesses post job openings and accept applications.
If implemented across the social network, the feature could pose a threat to LinkedIn, which derives much of its revenues from companies paying to search for new recruits.
Facebook has already challenged Craigslist in the past with the launch of its Marketplace, and last week it introduced Game Room, a PC gaming platform to compete with Steam.
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