One week ago, YouTube Red became official. With the new subscription service, Google is offering individuals the opportunity to get rid of advertisements that appear on the video-centric service for a minimal monthly cost.
The subscription actually offers a bit more in terms of benefits for that monthly subscription, which runs $9.99 per month. For ... Read More »
In August of this year, Google unveiled a new router thanks to a partnership with TP-Link, called the OnHub. Now the company is back with another OnHub-branded router, but this time it’s built by ASUS and has a slightly more expensive price tag.
This is the ASUS OnHub router, and, as is immediately apparent, it ... Read More »
Google has finally released some (very vague) numbers on usage of its new payment app, Android Pay. Google’s senior vice president of ads and commerce, Sridhar Ramaswamy, says that “millions” of people linked their bank cards to Android Pay since its September launch and that 60% of those people had never used Google Wallet. Seems ... Read More »
You’ve watched a YouTube ad, which means you’ve seen an advertisement, too. Whether that ad was skippable in a matter of seconds, or forced you to watch it for up to a minute probably, it doesn’t matter to most people. They’d just prefer the ads go away altogether. Luckily, Google has you covered. Finally.
In August of this year, Fossil showed off its upcoming Android Wear-based smartwatch, but managed to do so without actually announcing anything about it at the same time. Now, though, the wait has finally come to an end as Fossil has officially announced the Q Founder.
The Q Founder is actually the top-of-the-line watch ... Read More »
I think most of us can agree that Google is the best search engine out there. Results are often really accurate, even if your query is quite stupid (I don’t know how Google understands some of the things I search!). And soon, Yahoo might be just as good.
Google Maps is a staple at this point for those that want to use a map service on their mobile device, and that’s due to the ridiculous amount of features that Google bakes into the software to make commuting even easier. That trend continues with an upcoming update the company is now teasing.
While the Nexus 5X and 6P went up for pre-order for a while now, people haven’t had the chance to get their hands on the devices yet. A lot of us are patiently waiting for the devices to arrive. But there are a few unboxing videos for the devices already up, and they offer insight on ... Read More »
It looks like Nexus devices aren’t the only ones getting Android 6.0 Marshmallow right now. Though many companies have announced their plans for the Marshmallow update, some Android One devices in some regions are already receiving it.
Android One is a budget line of devices made for various countries, offering rock bottom prices and stock Android, ... Read More »