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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 »
Have a Google Pixel? If so, there’s a new issue that you should be aware of.
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The monthly security update for the month of March is here and is now rolling out for many Nexus and Pixel devices. A surprising amount of critical bugs were fixed this time around.
The Google Pixel is in much higher demand than Google expected. This is obvious by the fact that there aren’t enough devices to go around. Plenty of people who bought one are still waiting for theirs.
To appease waiting customers, Verizon is going to be giving out free Read More »
Sprint has quietly begun a new promo for customers who activate a Google Pixel or Pixel XL. Customers who purchase one of the devices can receive up to $325 in account credits when they activate it on Sprint. Though Sprint doesn’t have access to sell the phones directly, it’s still finding a way to incentivize ... Read More »
Verizon is offering another trade-in offer that can get subscribers a new flagship device for free.
Beginning today, December 15, Verizon is offering a variety of different premium devices for free with qualifying trade-in. The devices up for grabs this time include the LG V20, Samsung Galaxy S7 edge, Samsung Galaxy S7, Moto Z Droid, ... Read More »
Samsung Pay is a mobile payment service much like Android Pay (though with no need for an NFC terminal, which is a big plus) that’s restricted to Samsung devices. However, one way of getting Samsung Pay without a Samsung phone was to pick up the Samsung Gear S3 smartwatch.
The watch has Samsung ... Read More »
It’s a common misconception that Android is not secure. That might have been true in the past, but Google has been working hard to secure its operating system. With APIs coming to Android devices without software updates on old software and new security layers, Android is very secure.
Adrian Ludwig, director of security at Android, recently ... Read More »