Android 10 phones may have to hide third-party navigation gestures

Android 10 phones may have to hide third-party navigation gestures

Are you fond of the custom navigation gestures on your Android phone? You might have to go digging for them in the future. The 9to5Google team says it has obtained the latest Google Mobile Services agreement for device makers, and the terms reportedly require that phones ship using either Android 10's new gestures or the old three-button layout. Third-party gestures can stay, but they have to be hidden at least one level below in the Settings app. Vendors not only can't enable their own gestures by default, they can't even be advertised in the setup process or by a notification.

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Snapchat Looking to Publish Content on Third-Party Websites With ‘Stories Everywhere’ (Report)

Snapchat maker Snap Inc. is getting ready to take some of its content beyond its app: Snap is developing a new program dubbed Stories Everywhere that will allow third-party publishers to embed Snapchat content on their websites, according to a new Cheddar report. Snap didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment. The project is […]



Amazon’s Third-Party Sellers Hit By Hackers

In recent weeks, hackers have changed the bank-deposit information on accounts of active third-party sellers to steal tens of thousands of dollars from each, according to several sellers and advisers. WSJD


American Humane: Third-party report clears ‘A Dog’s Purpose’

This image released by Universal Studios shows John Ortiz in a scene from "A Dog's Purpose." Marketers would describe "A Dog's Purpose" as a film with "four-quadrant" appeal, meaning it's likely to draw moviegoers of both genders, young and old. Based on a bestselling book and told from a dog's perspective, it's a feel-good story for animal lovers of all kinds. Which is why a video leaked last week of a frightened dog apparently forced into rushing water during the making of the film is so damaging to its opening box-office prospects this weekend : It alienates, even offends, its very audience.(Joe Lederer/Universal Studios via AP)LOS ANGELES (AP) — The American Humane organization says a third-party investigation prompted by leaked video from the set of "A Dog's Purpose" found no animal injuries occurred during those scenes.

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