Home >  Text

epic android

Tag:   2021-06-15 17:26:32

Yahoo News app to launch the full experience. Augmented reality is currently available to iPhone users (iPhone 8 and later) with the latest version of iOS.”,”AR_INTRO_LINK”:”Read more about how it works here.”,”AR_INTRO”:”Yahoo News now features augmented reality, an immersive storytelling format that brings our journalism to life in new ways. Experience it below.”,”AR_TITLE_MODEL_VIEWER”:”Tap to see in your space ★”,”BUY_NOW”:”Buy now”,”CLOSE”:”Close”,”CLOSE_TOOLTIP”:”Close tooltip”,”CLOSE_XRAY_MODAL”:”Close more info modal dialogue”,”COLLAPSE”:”Collapse”,”COMMENTS”:”Comments”,”CONS”:”Cons”,”CONSENT_BLOCKED_3P”:”This content is not available due to your privacy preferences.”,”CONSENT_BLOCKED_3P_LINK_TEXT”:”Update your settings here to see it.”,”CONTINUE_READING”:”Continue reading”,”EMAIL”:”Email”,”ENGADGET_DISCLAIMER”:”All products recommended by Engadget are selected by our editorial team, independent of our parent company. Some of our stories include affiliate links. If you buy something through one of these links, we may earn an affiliate commission.”,”EXPLORE_THE_TOPICS”:”Explore the topics mentioned in this article”,”FACT_CHECK”:”Fact check”,”FOLLOW”:”Follow”,”GET_APP”:”Get the app”,”GRAPHIQ”:”Visualisation by Graphiq”,”IN_THIS_ARTICLE”:”In this article”,”LESS”:”Less”,”LIVE”:”Live”,”MORE”:”More”,”MORE_CONTENT_BELOW”:”More content below”,”NEW”:”New”,”NEWS_APP_PROMOTION_CAPTION”:”Keep up to speed at a glance with the Top 10 daily stories”,”NEWS_APP_PROMOTION_HEADLINE”:”Yahoo News is better in the app”,”OOPS”:”Oops!”,”ORIGINALLY_PUBLISHED”:”Originally published”,”PHOTOS”:”Photos”,”PIN_IT”:”Pin it”,”PROS”:”Pros”,”PUBLISHED”:”Published”,”PUBLISHER_ATTRIBUTION”:”View article source”,”REACTIONS”:”Reactions”,”READ_FULL_ARTICLE”:”Read full article”,”READ_MORE”:”Read more”,”RECIPE_DIRECTION_TITLE”:”Directions”,”RECIPE_INGREDIENTS_TITLE”:”Ingredients”,”Scroll to continue with content”:”Scroll to continue with content”,”SEE_GALLERY”:”See gallery”,”SEE_LESS”:”See less”,”SEE_MORE”:”See more”,”SHARE_FACEBOOK”:”Share on Facebook”,”SHARE_LINKEDIN”:”Share on LinkedIn”,”SHARE_REDDIT”:”Share on Reddit”,”SHARE_LINE”:”Share on Line”,”SHARE_WHATSAPP”:”Share on WhatsApp”,”SHARE”:”Share”,”SHARES”:”Shares”,”SHOW_MEDIA”:”Show media”,”SHOW_NEXT_CARDS”:”Show next cards”,”SHOW_PREVIOUS_CARDS”:”Show previous cards”,”SHOW_TEXT_ONLY”:”Show text only”,”SOMETHING_WENT_WRONG”:”Something went wrong.”,”STORY_CONTINUES”:”Story continues”,”STRUCTURED_SUMMARY_TITLE”:”Summary”,”STRUCTURED_SUMMARY_TOOLTIP_TEXT”:”Smart Summary powered by Yahoo, available on selected stories.”,”SUMMARY”:”Summary”,”SWIPE_DOWN_TO_CLOSE”:”Swipe down to close.”,”TAGS”:”Tags”,”TODAY”:”Today”,”TOMORROW”:”Tomorrow”,”TRY_LATER”:”Please try again later.”,”TWEET”:”Tweet”,”UNFOLLOW”:”Unfollow”,”UNIT_OF_TIME_HOUR”:”hr”,”UNIT_OF_TIME_MINUTE”:”min”,”UPDATED”:”Updated”,”VIDEO_TITLE”:” [Video]”,”VIDEO_TRANSCRIPT”:”Video transcript”,”VIEW_AR_IMAGE”:”View this in your space in AR”,”YOU_MAY_ALSO_BE_INTERESTED_IN”:”You may also be interested in:”,”VIEW_PHOTOS”:”View photos”,”VERSUS”:”vs”}” data-lang=”en-SG” data-tz=”Asia/Hong_Kong” data-params=”{“features”:{“enableSlideShowKV”:true,”enableVideoDocking”:true,”enableVideoThirtyView”:true,”slideshowv2″:true,”videoDetection”:true},”config”:{“authorBylineCollapseLineCount”:2,”freezeOnLinkClick”:true,”lazyOffsetY”:1300,”livecoverage”:{“defer”:false},”imageCaptionCollapseLineCount”:3,”uiShowPreviousButtonOnLoad”:true}}” id=”caas-art-7aa97056-a566-398c-9a9b-fcb0e4695360″>

Reuters VideosReuters Videos8 June 2021, 10:48 pm

Google will allow rival search engines to become the default option on Android phones in Europe, without paying any charge.

The tech giant had said that rivals would have to pay via auction to appear to appear among a choice of search options.

Now Google says it will make participation free, with the number of eligible search providers also increased.

The five most popular ones in each country will be displayed in random order at the top of a so-called Choice Screen.

The move comes as EU authorities consider new rules to force Google, Amazon, Apple and Facebook to provide a level playing field for competitors.

In 2018 the European Commission fined Google over $5 billion for unfairly using Android to cement its dominance in search.

The new changes will come into effect in September.