Google Lens Is Now Available As A Standalone App

Google Lens is now available as a standalone app

Google has released a standalone Lens app in Google Play so now you can have yet another way to access the feature if your Android device doesn’t currently offer it. The Lens app has the same functionality as Google Lens does elsewhere: it uses artificial intelligence to deliver information about captured images, such as of clothes, books, and buildings. Once you open the app, it brings you to a viewfinder where Lens looks to identify nearby objects.
The Xbox One Will Reportedly Soon Support Alexa And Google Assistant

The Xbox One will reportedly soon support Alexa and Google Assistant

Microsoft’s Xbox One console will soon include support for both Amazon’s Alexa digital assistant and the Google Assistant. Windows Central reports that future versions of the Xbox One dashboard include the ability to enable Alexa and Google Assistant support through a skill on both platforms. Microsoft currently only supports its own Cortana digital assistant, through its Kinect accessory or a headset, but Cortana has a limited set of skills right now.
Microsoft Has Reportedly Acquired Github

Microsoft has reportedly acquired GitHub

Microsoft has reportedly acquired GitHub, and could announce the deal as early as Monday. Bloomberg reports that the software giant has agreed to acquire GitHub, and that the company chose Microsoft partly because of CEO Satya Nadella. Business Insider first reported that Microsoft had been in talks with GitHub recently.
The Xbox One X Is Getting Discounted For The First Time

The Xbox One X is getting discounted for the first time

Microsoft has announced the first discount for the Xbox One X, as gaming companies gear up for E3. Starting on June 7th, the Xbox One X will cost $449.99, which is a $50 markdown. The Xbox One X has cost $499.99 since it launched last November, making it less than a year old. The discounted price will be available from the Microsoft store and some major retailers.
Qualcomm’s New Snapdragon 850 Processor Will Arrive In Windows Pcs This Year

Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 850 processor will arrive in Windows PCs this year

Qualcomm has announced a new processor specifically designed for Windows 10 Always Connected PCs. The new Snapdragon 850 succeeds the Snapdragon 835 used in the first Always Connected PCs and offers improved performance, connectivity, and battery life. The Always Connected PC platform is Microsoft and Qualcomm’s answer to the iPad Pro. It features ARM processors, integrated LTE, long battery life, and an instant-on resume with no hibernation.
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Fujifilm announces new X-T100 mirrorless camera for $599

Fujifilm has announced the X-T100, the first model in a new line in the company's excellent but increasingly overwrought X series of mirrorless cameras. This one is a relatively low-priced camera that blends Fujifilm's aesthetic with more conventional, mainstream design.
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