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10 November 2017, 12:55 | Bernard Bryant
The Google Pixel 2
Per 9to5Google's obtained screenshots, it appears the simple app lets you not only manage files on the Android device it's installed on, but it also provides options for removing unused apps, images, and other files and junk that could potentially be the cause of slowdown. Hopefully Google fleshes out the app with more functionality before a final release, but in the meantime, you can give the beta a go at the source link below. The app was briefly listed as an unreleased app on Google Play, with users required to enter an early access programme for testing. The feature uses Bluetooth connectivity of your device to enable wireless transfer - without requiring an active data connection.
The description, as before, details its features - including its ability to help locate and delete spam and duplicate photos; support for offline file sharing; its file management utility; and its tool that recommends which of your rarely-used apps could be removed to help free up space on your phone.
Naked People Arrested At Scene Of Alberta Car Crash
About 15 minutes later, on the road near Nisku, the man managed to get out of the trunk of the moving vehicle . Three people have been charged with kidnapping following a weird two-car collision on Monday.
To solve this issue, it looks like Google is working on a new application called Files Go.
The app itself is fairly lightweight, as an under 6 MB download. You can install the app through the available file on any of your devices running Android 5.0 and above. All the files are sorted in sections: Downloads, Received Files, Images, Videos, Audio, and Documents.
Another cool thing about the Files Go app is that it will allow you to transfer files wirelessly. If you once knew that the app must've cost something, then the one listed was given for free, you should start to get suspicious. It is a new app and Google has not officially released this app yet. To help in this situation, Google has introduced an app.
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Comparable store sales for owned plus licensed stores fell 3.6% in the quarter, and they fell 4% on the company's owned stores. Third-quarter results also compare to the Thomson Reuters consensus estimates for EPS of $0.19 and $5.31 billion in revenue.
Rail chaos: Southern drivers end 18-month strike
Rail staff are walking out as part of a long-standing dispute over driver-only trains, affecting Northern services in the borough. Drivers working for Southern Railway have voted to accept a deal to end the dispute over driver-only trains.
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The Fantasy singer once dated longtime friend and former collaborator Brett Ratner, 48, director of the Rush Hour film series. The security chief is reportedly unsatisfied with her team's offer, but his lawyer says the draft lawsuit is now on hold.
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The stock is now moving below its 20-Day Simple Moving Average of -5.64% with a 50-Day Simple Moving Average of -6.69 percent. The firm had revenue of $7.60 billion for the quarter, compared to the consensus estimate of $7.40 billion.
IUD contraception linked to lower cervical cancer risk
Even so, the results suggest it's worth continuing to research the potential for IUDs to help prevent cervical cancer , said Dr. Michelle Moniz, an obstetrics and gynecology researcher at the University of MI in Ann Arbor who wasn't involved in the study.