I really do love Pixel phones. I’ve enjoyed them since the beginning and I loved the Nexus line of phones prior to that. Well, for the most part, anyway. There’s just been something so comforting and reliable about handsets that aren’t overly concerned with new gimmicks and pseudo features and, instead, are focused on the […]
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If you aren’t already familiar, Pixel phones now get updates in addition to the standard, monthly security updates and those updates are dubbed ‘Feature Drops.’ Things added to the Pixel phones in the latest Feature Drop include things like tap to pause with Motion Sense, Duo AR Effects, Live Captions, and Google Pay card shortcuts […]
Stadia is still our favorite platform for streaming games around the office. Sure, I’ve been a little down on Google’s gaming service for the past few weeks, but let’s be honest, NVIDIA GeForce NOW sort of came our with guns blazing and stole the show a little bit. Regardless of the fact that I love […]
If you’ve not seen Live Captions in action on a Pixel phone, you are missing out on some really cool tech in action. Essentially, Live Captions allow your device to add real-time captions to any video content playing on your phone, regardless of the service and regardless of the choice to add or omit those […]
One of the coolest premises Google’s Stadia operates under is the idea of taking your AAA game titles on the road with you by virtue of playing on a phone or tablet. The problem thus far is the lack of availability on anything other than the Pixel line of phones. With Google’s own handsets making […]
According to a screenshot from a trusted source and reports around the web, it looks like Google is disabling the Hangouts app in favor of it’s new Allo app on the upcoming Pixel phones. For all Hangouts users, the writing is on the wall.
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.
We’ve made and refuted some speculations around a date that, up until this point, was simply a rumor based on a reputable source. Tonight, Google has gone and made it official with a quick video and a new site dedicated to what’s coming on 10/4.
While working looking all over for info on Google’s upcoming Nexus Pixel Phones, I’ve become convinced that these phones will not run Chrome OS as some have posited. We had an article a bit back talking about this very subject and how we felt pretty sure that Chrome OS would not be powering the new […]
According to a report from Android Police, Google is rumored to unveil a number of new products at an event being held October 4th. Among them are the Chromecast 4K, Google’s own in-house design of a Daydream VR viewing device and full specifications for Google Home. But the devices that seem to be grabbing the […]
The leaks are continuing to flow in about Google’s upcoming mid-range phone, the Pixel 4a. We’ve previously reported that according to some leaked billboards, the new Pixel 4a would have the same starting price as last year’s 3a, which was an affordable $399. But now it seems the Pixel 4a will have a starting price […]
We’ve written quite a bit about the upcoming Pixelbook before it leaked, after it leaked, during the official announcement, afterward and will continue to cover it extensively for the foreseeable future. We think in many ways this device has the potential to reshape the Chrome OS ecosystem like no other before it.