There have been several rumors about Google’s new Pixel phones floating around lately, but if you need a phone right now, you can score some solid deals on the existing Pixel handsets.
If you haven’t hopped into the Google Play Store on your web browser or your phone today, you may want to check in to see if you’ve been rewarded with a gift.
Many users have have been gifted a $1 Google Play Store credit today. To get it, you’ll just have to Read More »
Google launched Trusted Contacts last year on Android and said that iOS support would be arriving at some point in the future. That day has finally arrived.
Google has announced that Trusted Contacts is now available for iOS devices. It works in the same way the Android version does: add a friend or family ... Read More »
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Factory CADs, which are generally put together based on specifications provided by accessory makers, are becoming a common way to imagine what an unannounced device will look like, long before the manufacturer gets around to revealing their next big thing. This includes the Google Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2.
Today we’re getting a pretty ... Read More »
Google added a Smart Reply feature to Gmail not long ago which allows you to reply to an email with one of three phrases that’ve been pre-selected based on your writing style. They work shockingly well, and rather than sending automatically, they open the compose screen ... Read More »
We don’t know many people who really miss Adobe Flash. HTML is faster, more secure, and easier on resources. Flash was a mess, causing major lag playing a 2D Flash game on a $2,000 gaming rig. Not to mention that Flash is far less common these days. In 2014, over 80% of Chrome users visited ... Read More »
Last we heard on the Google Daydream VR front, the company promised that the Samsung Galaxy S8 would fully support its virtual reality platform. Now Google’s Sundar Pichai has said that even more phones will support Daydream.
During Alphabet’s earnings call, Pichai said that 11 phones will support Daydream before the end of the year. That means we ... Read More »
The Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P have been plagued with issues. If you’ve owned one of the devices or know someone who has, I’m sure you know about a few of the issues these phones have faced. One big issue is bootlooping, which is not uncommon and has ... Read More »
The latest Android O Developer Preview that was released today features a new Easter egg that replaces the one we’ve seen for the last three dev previews. It’s an octopus floating around your screen, able to be dragged around but otherwise pretty mundane.
But wait, is ... Read More »
It’s being reported that the first device to use the upcoming Snapdragon 836 will be Google’s Pixel 2. Though both the chipset and the device are yet to be announced, this news doesn’t come as a surprise.
The first device using a specific chipset isn’t a big deal in practice, but ... Read More »