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Entertainment The Most Memorable Social Media Posts of 2019

18:15  09 december  2019
18:15  09 december  2019 Source:   eonline.com

Dan Levy cried 'for 5 hours' on final day of 'Schitt's Creek'

  Dan Levy cried 'for 5 hours' on final day of 'Schitt's Creek' Dan Levy got really emotional on the last day of 'Schitt's Creek.'The popular series announced that the upcoming season would be the last one.

Google plans to start regularly releasing “feature drops” for its Pixel phones, bringing a number of new features to its phones all at once. The first starts rolling out today with a number of updates, including robocall screening and new portrait mode features. There’s also a memory management update that might be a big deal for Pixel 3 owners who have long complained about how the phone handles multitasking.

a close up of a black device with a screen© Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verg

Perhaps the standout update is an automatic robocall screening feature that’s exclusive to Pixel 4 owners. Google’s phones already have a feature that lets you manually screen calls using its voice assistant, but the feature is now being updated to automatically decline detected robocalls. It looks like the feature will also start automatically screening calls from unknown numbers, then ringing once it has an initial transcript from the person calling. That choice might be a little more controversial than simply swatting away spam, so hopefully Google offers some options on how you want it to work.

Cory Booker has 'hope' that he'll marry Rosario Dawson

  Cory Booker has 'hope' that he'll marry Rosario Dawson Cory details first asking Rosario for her phone number.While chatting with Wendy Williams on Monday, the presidential hopeful was grilled about his relationship.

a close up of a cell phone© Image: Google

Google Photos is also getting a pretty notable portrait mode update: the app can now apply a portrait mode effect to seemingly any photo of a person, even if you never enabled portrait mode while shooting. We’ll have to see just how good that effect turns out since it’s all being done with AI, rather than actual depth data. But there’s no reason Google can’t deliver something as entirely adequate as a typical portrait mode shot with this method, given how filtered they already look.

As part of the “feature drop,” Google is also announcing new video framing effects and quality improvements for Duo video chats, highlighting the expansion of the Recorder app to the Pixel 2, 3, and 3A, Live Caption to the 3 and 3A, and rolling out some Digital Wellbeing updates.

Sophia Hutchins and Caitlyn Jenner were 'never romantically involved'

  Sophia Hutchins and Caitlyn Jenner were 'never romantically involved' Sophia Hutchins and Caitlyn Jenner were 'never romantically involved' "We were never romantically involved," Sophia told the New York Times.

Google also says it’s updating “memory management” on all Pixel devices. Pixel phones will now “proactively compress” background apps, supposedly leading to multitasking improvements. Google says the feature allows Pixels to “run multiple applications at the same time -- like games, streaming content and more,” which is kind of confusing because that is how all smartphones work and a thing Pixels are currently capable of doing... just not very well in all cases.

The Pixel 3, in particular, has been criticized by owners for being overly aggressive about shutting down apps in the background. Google has previously released updates to tweak how the phone handles memory management, but there’s only so much Google can do with the device’s 4GB of RAM.

Google doesn’t say how often feature drops will come along, but it says they’ll be a regular event. The new features are rolling out now and are supposed to hit all phones they’re offered on within “the coming weeks.”

2 missing Idaho kids are in danger and mom 'completely refused' to help find them, police say .
Tylee Ryan, 17, and Joshua Vallow, 7, were last seen in Rexburg, Idaho, on Sept. 23. Their parents are not cooperating with investigators, police saidTylee Ryan, 17, and Joshua Vallow, 7, were last seen in Rexburg, Idaho, on Sept. 23. Their disappearance is being investigated by the Rexburg Police Department with assistance from the FBI.

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