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Best answer: Yes, your Chromecast with Google TV has access to the Play Store, so you can get your favorite
Another day, another messaging platform from Google — but don't worry, this isn't yet another attempt to make the next
Astrophotography has been a huge selling point on the Pixel series of phones ever since it launched with the Pixel 4, where it was available for the wide and telephoto cameras on the device. This year, when Google launched the Pixel 5 and 4a 5G, both of which have an ultra-wide-angle camera, astrophotography was again a main feature for the smartphones.Now, it appears Google has removed the star gazing feature from the ultra-wide-angle camera on both the Pixel 5 and Pixel 4a 5G. No reason has been given, and Google hasn’t responded to a request for comment when The Verge reached out.All we know is the feature has been removed with the Google Camera 8.1 update, and Google has updated the support documentation to reflect that “astrophotography only works on zoom settings equal to or greater than 1x.”Digging a little deeper, we can see users posting about issues on the Pixel Phone Help forum when using astrophotography with the ultra-wide-angle lens. In one example, a user shows off a massive difference in quality between the ultra-wide and wide-angle camera when using the astrophotography mode.As you can see, the top image has an awful green color cast and what appears to be some banding in the image. None of which are present when using the wide-angle camera.It’s not often a feature is removed from a product without any acknowledgment or announcement. Considering Google failed to mention it was being removed, and the support documentation has been updated, it’s unlikely we’ll ever see the feature return.
You're now told "Zoom to 1x for astrophotography" before you can use the feature.What you need to knowThe Google Camera
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Google TV is almost perfect — there's just a little work to do.2020 may have been a disaster in almost
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That's not how ethics works, Google.What you need to knowGoogle began intervening in research papers by asking researchers to "strike
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There are plenty of good reasons for people to have a dash cam these days. For one, it can help prove fault in an accident. Or maybe you need to show the officer that you definitely did not run that red light. Whatever the use case, you’ll want one that will actually take a good video. After all a camera isn’t much help if the output is grainy or pixelated.Here, we take a look at a dash camera from JOMISE, a relatively unknown brand who sells its wares through Amazon. How does it fare in our testing? Read on for our review of the JOMISE K7 Dash Cam.JOMISE K7The JOMISE K7 1600P Dash Cam promises a resolution of 2,560 x 1, 600P @30fps or 1,920 x 1080P @60fps. Having that 60fps at full HD can come in handy if someone needs to slow the footage down. There are also other features of this device that can prove convenient, including built-in GPS, G-Sensor, and Loop Recording. The GPS, for its part, will embed your driving location, speed, time and date into the video file. If the G-Sensor detects an impact to the vehicle it will actually lock the video and save it into a separate folder so it’s not accidentally overwritten should the camera be set in Loop Recording. This will be useful if you have to go to court as the result of an accident.Green Light ReminderThere are other features and reminders which can be helpful in your day-to-day lifestyle, too. A built-in “green light reminder” will remind you that the stoplight has turned green, prompting you to snap out of a daze. This function has been hit or miss for me as I found it works much more reliably at night time. In fact, it almost doesn’t function at all in bright sunlight. This feature isn’t a deal breaker, to me and I assume no one would need to consistently rely on it.Front car move reminderAnother one of these types of reminders is the “front car move” reminder. I’m honestly not sure if this works less reliably than the green light reminder or if I’m just not giving it enough time to kick in. It seems a bit hit-or-miss thus far. I will add anecdotally that one day I was trying to locate my Covid mask at a stop light. I happened to be too far for the green light reminder to work, however, the camera did prompt me to keep up with the car in front of me. SensorsThankfully, I haven’t had to find out if the G Sensor works well or not. Outside of saving the video file in case of an accident, it can also “monitor” your vehicle in a way. For instance, if it detects someone attempting to steal your vehicle, it will turn the camera on and record the sound. Like I said, this is something I didn’t have to find out if it works or not, and I’m very thankful for that fact. I’m fairly comfortable with the “just trust me, bro” approach on this one.AppIn order to get everything set up you’ll have to go through the installation process in a mobile app. This was my least favorite part of the overall experience. For some reason it uses Wi-Fi to sync with the dash cam and that’s kind of a pain. The instructions aren’t super helpful, either. What you’ll need to do is make sure you’re in a good coverage area for data because you will need to go to a website to sync your cam with your app. In short, you’ll download the app and power on the cam. Then, you’ll get a QR code which will take you to a website and ask for a code on the device. Once it’s synced, you actually have to physically ‘add’ it to the app. When you realize this is what you have to do it’s pretty straightforward; I was stuck for about 10 minutes wondering why I couldn’t see any of the settings to the dash cam. Personally I would have liked to see Bluetooth in here.Video QualityOverall I would say the video quality is actually quite good. In bright daylight things tend to get blown out, which is totally understandable considering the size of the sensor in this thing. Night time video was surprisingly good. Everything was a lot more clear and not as noisy as I expected it to be. Overall, I think video quality here justifies the price tag.Parting ThoughtsWith all the features and, in my opinion, excellent night time video the JOMISE K7 dash cam is definitely something I would recommend buying if you’re in the market for a good dash cam. Having all the information it includes on the video file is reason enough. You can buy yours at Amazon and if you use the coupon code 8HN286QR at checkout before the end of 2020, it will bring your total down to $139.99 (from $199.99). Hurry, the coupon code is only valid until 12/31/2020!
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If you received a text message from T-Mobile about a security incident, then you’re not alone. It appears the Uncarrier experienced a security breach and began notifying its customers yesterday. A post regarding the text message about the security alert was submitted to the T-Mobile subreddit a little over 24 hours ago where several users confirmed receiving the same message.The good news is, the issue has already been resolved, and the data accessed did not include “names on the account, physical or email addresses, financial data, credit card information, social security numbers, tax ID, passwords, or PINs.”However, the data that may have been accessed could include your “phone number, number of lines subscribed to on your account and, in some cases, call-related information collected as part of the normal operation of your wireless service.”A spokesperson from T-Mobile confirmed with Android Police that the security breach happened and it has now been shut down. The article also mentions that the incident took place back in November.As far as security incidents go, this one is pretty benign. However, just because the culprits didn’t get access to your name, password, PIN, credit card info, social security number, or tax ID doesn’t mean it’s not serious. The information that was accessed could provide details about your device and even your general location.If you’ve been affected and want more information about the event, T-Mobile suggests calling its customer service number 1-800-937-8997 to speak with a representative.