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  1. Google’s unified Gmail interface (and Google Chat) launches for everyone Gmail's new do-it-all interface is thankfully optional. The new, unified Gmail rolling out to consumers today. In the sidebar, you get buttons for Gmail Inbox, Google Chat chats, Google Chat rooms, and Google Meet. You can also open this split-screen Google Docs view. The "Welcome to Chat in Gmail" message. The Gmail app, with new navigation buttons at the bottom. (This is just a test account, so it's full of spam.)
  2. Microsoft job listing hints at Sun Valley UI overhaul for Windows A couple of months ago, it was reported that Microsoft is working on a visual overhaul for Windows 10 with the 21H2 update, which is slated for the second half of this year. According to the report, the update is set to include some major changes to pretty much all aspects of the UI, and we got a taste of what that might look like with an update to the Alarms & Clock app a few weeks later. Now, a Microsoft job listing spotted by Windows Latest lends some credibility to the repor
  3. The PS5 UI looks like it's designed to promote busywork, not save you time Opinion: PS5’s ‘Cards’ aren’t as useful as they might seem (Image credit: Sony) Ever since Sony unveiled the PS5 UI to the world, I’ve been torn on one of its most widely praised and innovative features: ‘Cards’. On the surface, the PS5’s Cards are designed to help you quickly interact with a game or the PS5 system in a variety of ways. You can see key information at a glance like updates from developers, your recent screenshots, and even have th
  4. Samsung's One UI 2.5: All the new features Samsung recently started rolling out the One UI 2.5 update for the Galaxy S20 series. The latest version of One UI also comes pre-loaded on the Galaxy Note20 series. The company also intends to bring One UI 2.5 to plenty of its other flagship devices including the Galaxy S10, Galaxy Note10, Galaxy S9, and Note9 series. One UI 2.5 might seem like a small update but it packs a number of changes and improvements. Among other things, One UI 2.5 brings some much-needed usability improvements to Samsung's Andro
  5. PS5 UI is finally revealed – with features that could change gaming forever Sony fully reveals Activities and Game Help, two major new PS5 features Sony has finally revealed what the PS5's user experience is going to be like – including its home screen menu, revised PlayStation Store, and a slew of interesting new in-game features that we've never seen before. The console's new user experience has been built specifically for 4K TVs, according to the new State of Play video, which is hosted by PlayStation's head of platfo
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