We’ve reported pretty extensively on the device/baseboard combo of ‘Gru’ and ‘Kevin’ and while there are plenty of knowns, there are still lots of unknowns. Today, however, we can add in a new piece of the puzzle.
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While the regulatory hurdles persist for Google’s acquisition of Fitbit, it looks like some of the effects are already being realized with Fitbit’s latest announcement of 2 new watches for 2020 that will feature the Google Assistant baked right in: The Fitbit Versa 3 and the new Fitbit Sense. Both watches are currently up for […]
Google Earth is a great tool for a wide variety of use cases. Whether you’re a teacher taking your students on virtual tours around the world or you simply want to explore the earth from the comfort of your living room, Google Earth’s web and mobile platforms offer powerful features such as Street View, knowledge […]
I have long been a lover of watches. I’m not a connoisseur, per se. I simply like a nice looking timepiece. I’ve owned some relatively expensive pieces from Bulova and the like but I’ve also enjoyed cheap, no-name watches I’ve found at overstock shops. Some of my favorite go-to watches cost little more than $100 […]
Well, I’m a little more than a week into my first committed relationship with a Wear OS device and so far, it’s been a good one. I will have my full review of the TicWatch Pro 4G coming in the very near future and I hope that you seasoned smartwatch users will show me some […]
I love my Nexus 6P and I’m anxiously awaiting what the Pixel 2 will bring to the table. However, if any phone has grabbed my attention this year it is the upcoming LG G6. If any device will make me stray from my Google roots it will be this one. Preliminary reviews of the G6 […]
The world of Chromebooks has been a fairly simple & straightforward one since its inception a half decade ago. Your choices were simple. Laptop or convertible. Touch or no touch.
In a rush to get the news out to everyone as quickly as possible yesterday, I overlooked some details by making an assumption that others were anticipating the Samsung Chromebook Pro as much as we were. After all, we have a ton of articles on ‘Kevin’ (the Chromebook Pro’s codename), so I just assumed everyone […]
At Google’s Event today, most of what was discussed was all over the internet before it happened. One of those pre-show leaks was the Pixel Phones. And, as we reported a couple days ago, there are few surprises here.
Going on two weeks now, the Chromebook Pixel(LS) has been “out of stock” in the Google Store. While this fact in and of itself may not hold a lot of meaning, recent clamoring in the Chromebook community has a lot of people questioning why. A post by +George Economo put the question to a vote. […]
It’s been a few weeks since we’ve seen anything new or eye-catching in regards to the device only known as ‘Kevin’. What we know up to this point is that ‘Kevin’ will: be a convertible device have stylus support (likely stow-able) be outfitted with the newly-released Rockchip RK3399 SoC have GPS support We can now […]
A newer web-based technology has been given a green light from Google for some serious testing and we’ve been made aware via a post on Google+ from +François Beaufort. This new tech is known as Web Bluetooth, and as of today, it can be enabled for testing via a Chrome Flag. This is clearly still […]