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Google Photos is all click-click-click now and it's enormously satisfying

Google Photos is all click-click-click now and it's enormously satisfying

It's no secret that haptics are becoming an increasingly important factor in smartphones. Android haptics have always been a bit of a mixed bag, requiring a mix of premium hardware and excellent software. As these components continue to improve each year, Google has been slowly tweaking its software to include physical feedback. Photos is the latest recipient, adding a nice touch whenever you're browsing through your picture history.

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Latest Google Pixel 6 Pro leak gives us our best look yet

Latest Google Pixel 6 Pro leak gives us our best look yet

It wouldn't be a Google hardware product if it weren't leaked to hell and back. Less than a week after we got our first real look at the next Pixel flagship, well-known leaker OnLeaks has delivered some new renders that show off the first significant re-design we've seen from Google in years.

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The latest Android 12 update is out, and it comes with new app splash screens

The latest Android 12 update is out, and it comes with new app splash screens

Android 12 Developer Preview Three lands today. As usual, Google highlights the developer-facing changes in today's announcement, though it's almost certain there are other user-facing changes and hidden features in DP3 beyond the publicly documented API and permissions tweaks. Importantly, this is also the last major release before Android 12 enters its Beta Program, and changes start to slow down a bit.

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The first Android 12 preview lands today with more changes than we expected

The first Android 12 preview lands today with more changes than we expected

The Android 12 Developer Preview lands today! Breaking with the expected schedule, Google has just pushed out our very first taste of the next version of Android, available now for the Pixel 3 series, 3a series, Pixel 4 series, Pixel 4a series, and the lonesome Pixel 5. Developers that this release actually targets can also get their Android 12 on via Android Studio's emulator.

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