Google today kicked off a couple of Pixel deals in its official store.
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The Pixel Launcher has finally hit the 1,000,000 download mark on the Play Store. However, since it’s exclusive to the Google Pixel and Pixel XL, it seems that Google has now sold a million of the devices.
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For several Android releases, Google has offered a Google Search widget that stretches across the full width of the screen. The Pixel Launch is different, instead using a small pill-shaped Google Search widget that sticks out the left side of the screen. That might change soon, though.
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We’ve long known when Google’s Nexus and Pixel devices will stop receiving Android version updates. While it sucks, the devices will remain functional. But most importantly, they will remain secure because Google will continue releasing security patches for them.
Today Google has announced when the last security patch will come to each of its current and past ... Read More »
After the Android 7.1.2 update, it seems that many users are experiencing problems with their fingerprint sensors. The sensor is no longer working to unlock the device or to register new fingerprints.
Google has offered to invest one trillion Korean Won (KRW) in LG Display in an effort to ensure a steady supply of OLED displays for its next Pixel smartphones. The offer equates to $880.29 million USD. Such a deal would further signify a significant change in Google’s attitude towards creating its own smartphones. ... Read More »
After a couple of beta releases, it looks like Google has deemed Android 7.1.2 ready for public consumption.
Google has confirmed there will be a Pixel 2 arriving this year and it will be a premium handset. Now, thanks to a new report from Android Police, we may know the codenames for not just one new Pixel smartphone, but two.
The first Pixel 2 codename is “Walleye,” and unfortunately, that’s ... Read More »