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Details on an upcoming Moto smartphone and the Pixel gets a fresh-looking home screen – MCOJ Daily, May 22nd

Details on an upcoming Moto smartphone and the Pixel gets a fresh-looking home screen – MCOJ Daily, May 22nd

Google I/O brought us a lot, including a new Google Pixel launcher that was hiding on some Pixels on display. DirecTV has also announced a new deal to bring customers early access to new movies, and one of Motorola’s upcoming smartphones is getting a very unfortunate change…


A redesigned interface for the Google Pixel was spotted at I/O

Among all of the official announcements and unveilings that took place at Google I/O last week, some attendees came across Pixel handsets that were running a mysterious new home screen launcher. The updated UI repositions the placement of the Google Search widget by moving it to the very bottom of the screen, and although the change is quite small, Google’s reasoning behind it makes a lot of sense.

Via: 9to5Google

DirecTV customers now have access to digital movies 2-4 weeks before everyone else

There are a lot of platforms to choose from when it comes to building up your library of digital movies, but AT&T is hoping to draw you and your digital collection over to DirecTV Cinema by offering customers the ability to purchase movies 2-4 weeks before you can get them anywhere else.

DIRECTV customers can now buy movies before they are released on DVD or Blu-ray

Motorola is neutering the best feature on the successor to its most underrated phone of 2016

The Moto Z Play wasn’t the most popular smartphone of 2016, but for under $500, it offered a lot of bang for your buck and some of the best battery life of any Android handset we’ve seen in a while. The Z2 Play is right around the corner, and it looks like Motorola is doing something with the phone that no one asked for.

Via: GSMArena

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