Messages for Web is starting to roll out from today, though you might have to wait a while before you can actually access it.
Minor explosion reported at London Tube station
London police are investigating a small explosion at a London Underground station this morning (NZ time). A police cordon surrounds the station and there was still a police presence coming up to 10pm.
On your phone, open Android Messages.
Deadly quake interrupts traffic, wrecks houses & causes blackout in Japan’s Osaka area
Kansai Electric Power said no irregularities had been detected at the Mihama, Takahama and Ohi nuclear plants after the quake. All trains and subways across Osaka city were halted, and the bullet train that links Osaka to Tokyo was stopped.
Very soon, you will be able to send SMSes straight from your desktop browser. To get started, users will need to head over to "messages.android.com" which will generate a QR code, that will be scanned through your phone's Android Messages app upon tapping on the "Messages for Web" overhead menu. Android Messages also gets Smart Reply which suggests quick texts or emoji responses.
You can see what's trending, but there's no option to create playlists; closed captions are on the cards at some point in the future. Then visit the Android Messages website, which should display a huge QR code. Technically known as Rich Communication Services (RCS), Google's engineers began working on the service since February this year. However, this option section of the Messages app is not live yet, and the service will only become fully available when this happens.
USA attorney general quotes Bible to defend separating families
The new figures are for people who tried to enter the USA between official border crossings. Roger Marshall echoed Sessions' comments.
Google intends to have more than 2 million podcasts available on the app, which is only for Android, at launch. If you Tap the + button on the left hand side of your text box in a conversation, you'll be able to search through a new GIF library and select one to send. Users can also send emojis, and Stickers, features that were missing on the standard SMS platform. You'll also receive proactive suggestions for material relating to a given episode if you want to learn more about that topic. These AI features include the ability to read along with a podcast via automatic transcription, and the ability to read what's coming up next in the episode if you're looking to save some time.