For the second half of the show, we focus in on reports surrounding the upcoming – and mysterious – Pixel Fold. As it turns out, Samsung is now supplying Google with not only foldable OLED screens, but also the ultra-thin glass it uses in the manufacturing of devices like the Galaxy Flip and Galaxy Fold phones. There are no additional details for now on what Google is planning or when we could see a folding Pixel, but this new news is definitely great fodder for discussion.
- Google is prepping a foldable device using Samsung’s Ultra-Thin Glass
- Chrome OS 91 feature highlight: Nearby Share is fantastic [VIDEO]
- Phone Hub could soon bring app streaming to Chromebooks
- Chrome OS 91 is now rolling out to most Chromebooks, newer models still waiting
- Nearby Share arrives as Chrome OS 91 begins rolling out
- Chrome 91 adds built-in screenshot tool on Android and it is awesome
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