Google's Pixel Buds finally let you skip tracks with a double tap
For those unfamiliar, the Google Pixel Buds are the official Google-branded wireless earbuds. This is a long-awaited feature for heavy music listeners as speaking to Assistant was previously the only way to jump to the next song. Anything you can do on your phone through the Assistant, you can with the Pixel Buds - so long as they're connected to your phone, anyway.
Now, Google is adding even more supportedgestures via an over-the-air software update. As for the second, it's one many will feel a sense of familiarity to when it comes to earphones with a pause/play button. Instead of that gesture reading incoming notifications, it can now be set to skip tracks.
Dutch researchers uncover dirty jokes in Anne Frank's diary
He edited and published her writings in hiding after the war, making Anne Frank one of the world's most famous Holocaust victims. The house where the Franks hid was turned into a museum that is one of Amsterdam's most popular tourist attractions.
And finally, Google has made it easy to switch your Pixel Buds connection between devices - all you have to do is to select your Pixel Buds from the Bluetooth menu of the desired device. You can turn them back on with the same gesture. Enter your email to be subscribed to our newsletter.
White House calls deaths in Gaza 'propaganda' by Hamas
The Palestinian Health Ministry said more than 1,600 had suffered injuries, and that numerous dead had not yet been identified. Israel said some 40,000 Palestinians had taken part in " violent riots " at 13 locations along the Gaza Strip security fence.
Bohemian Rhapsody Trailer Is A Carnival Of Musical Wonder
The trailer for Bohemian Rhapsody is short on dialogues and predominently focuses on Queen's music and behind the scene shots. I would have liked to have seen the Sacha Baron Cohen version but what is in this trailer is impressive and engaging.
Supreme Court acquits Navjot Singh Sidhu in road rage case
Sidhu is facing charges of having hit a 65-year-old man, Gurnam Singh , in Patiala in a road rage incident on 27 December, 1988. A Bench of Justice J Chelameswar and Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul is likely to pronounce its verdict at 10.30 am on tuesday.