Jaguar And Land Rover Will Soon Offer Android Auto And Carplay

Jaguar And Land Rover Will Soon Offer Android Auto And CarPlay

Jaguar And Land Rover are embracing the two major in-car mobile OS-based infotainment platforms. They have confirmed that Android Auto and Apple CarPlay will soon be offered in both new and existing vehicles for customers in the United States. A spokesperson for the brands has confirmed that this will be the case from the 2019 model year going forward.

Pubg For Ps4 Release May Finally Take Place Soon

PUBG For PS4 Release May Finally Take Place Soon

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds

is a highly rated and very popular title that hasn’t been available on a major gaming platform since launch. The game is out on PC and Xbox One but not on PlayStation 4. However, it seems like the PUBG for PS4 release may not be that far off. The PS4 release of the title has been rated by the Korean Game Rating Board which would indicate that the title might finally be making its way to the PlayStation 4.

2020 Tokyo Games Volunteers To Be Invited Soon

2020 Tokyo Games volunteers to be invited soon

The organizers of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games and the Tokyo Metropolitan Government say they will begin inviting volunteers for the games this month.

The organizing committee for the games and the host city government told reporters on Wednesday that they will start accepting applications for volunteers at 1 PM on September 26th.

Apple Music Will Soon Get Android Auto Support

Apple Music Will Soon Get Android Auto Support

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Apple doesn’t make a whole lot of apps for Android like Microsoft does but it has made an exception for Apple Music, its subscription-based music streaming service. The service used to be Beats Music which was later rebranded as Apple Music after Apple acquired the company a few years ago. Apple has kept the app’s reach limited on the rival platform but it’s finally opening it up a bit more with support for Android Auto.

Pc Strategy Title Stellaris Will Soon Land On Xbox One And Ps4

PC Strategy Title Stellaris Will Soon Land On Xbox One and PS4

Stellaris is a very popular strategy game available on the PC and those who have experienced it on the platform will now be delighted to find out that it will soon be released for the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4. Published by Paradox Interactive, the title is a grand strategy game with space exploration at its root. The game was initially launched on PC back in 2016.

The publisher has confirmed at Gamescom 2018 that Stellaris, which was released for PC back in 2016, is going to be released for the Xbox One soon as well. The title will be making its way to the PlayStation 4 as well in due course. It’s the first grand strategy experience to land on consoles.

Ips Trials To Treat Parkinson's To Start Soon

iPS trials to treat Parkinson's to start soon

A research team from Kyoto University will soon start clinical trials using induced pluripotent stem, or iPS, cells to treat Parkinson's disease.

Parkinson's is an intractable disease that leads to progressive deterioration of motor function due to the loss of dopamine-producing brain cells.

Android's Smart Text Selection Coming To Chrome Os Soon

Android's Smart Text Selection Coming To Chrome OS Soon


Google first introduced Smart Text Selection with Android 8.0 Oreo. It has two core components. When the user taps on a word the feature automatically selects the entire phrase and it then suggests relevant actions based on what has been selected. For example, a link to Google Maps comes up with an address is selected. This feature will soon be available in Chrome OS as well.

It’s not surprising to see that this feature is making its way to Chrome OS given that the entire Android ecosystem is now available on Chrome OS. The flag for the Smart Text Selection feature is available in the latest Canary channel build of Chrome OS. The description mentions that the feature “shows quick actions for text selections in the context menu.”

Rumor Claims Microsoft Will Be Selling Its Own Android Phones Soon

Rumor Claims Microsoft Will Be Selling Its Own Android Phones Soon


Microsoft tried to improve its fortunes in the smartphone market with the acquisition of Nokia’s hardware division but that didn’t happen. It left the smartphone market and currently has no plans to make smartphones powered by Windows 10 Mobile. However, a new rumor suggests that the company is preparing a new line of smartphones which will be powered by Android.

This according to a Microsoft Store employee who claims that the company’s engineering team is working on a “new line of phones.” They won’t be branded as Lumia handsets, obviously, and it’s unclear whether the company’s Surface hardware development team is behind these devices.

New York City Taxis Will Soon Have Android Tablets

New York City Taxis Will Soon Have Android Tablets


The Android tablet market continues to slide but even though consumers aren’t picking them up, they will soon find Android tablets in New York City taxis. Curb Mobility has confirmed that its fleet of taxis in New York City will soon come with no less than two Android-powered tablets, one for the driver and the other for the passenger.

The first tablet, Dash, will be a digital meter which replaces the bulky legacy taxi systems with a lightweight tablet. It will provide drivers with an easy to navigate user interface and additional features such as multi-language support, live traffic information, GPS navigation, and an emergency panic button. It will even display fare heat maps so that drivers can increase their potential earnings by heading to areas where demand is high.

Chrome Os Will Soon Show Android Files In Files App

Chrome OS Will Soon Show Android Files In Files App


Chrome OS now plays much nicer with Android than it used to and recent commits to the Chromium Gerrit for Chrome OS have suggested that this will only continue to improve in the future. A recent code discovery revealed that the Chrome OS launcher will soon let users search for Android app shortcuts and today’s discovery reveals that Chrome OS will finally start showing Android files in the Files app.

This feature addition will be very useful on Chromebooks that are capable of running Android apps. Users will be able to see all Android files on their Chromebook using the Chrome OS Files app.

Apple's Homepod Could Soon Be Headed To France, Germany, Japan

Apple's HomePod Could Soon Be Headed To France, Germany, Japan

Apple's HomePod was launched not too long ago, but its initial launch was limited to a handful of markets which was an interesting choice given that Apple typically releases its products worldwide usually at the same time. However the good news is that if you live in France, Germany, or Japan, you could be getting the HomePod soon.

This is according to a support document (via 9to5Mac) spotted on Apple's website in which it listed the HomePod's available audio sources. Based on the list, it seems that Japanese, French, and German was part of that list, suggesting that the HomePod could be close to launching in those countries.