After a couple of beta releases, it looks like Google has deemed Android 7.1.2 ready for public consumption.
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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.
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It’s been a bit of time since Google officially released Android 7.1.1 to the public, so it’s about time for a new beta to make an appearance.
The Google Pixel C tablet is currently on sale on the Google Store, though it’s only the 64GB model that’s being discounted. The 32GB model is still going for the sale $499, but you can pick up a 64GB model for $100 off, making it the same $499 price.
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Following the recent release of its Pixel devices, Google has opened up the Android 7.1 Developer Preview to compatible Nexus devices. Google announced the next iteration of Android just over a week ago and has already begun using it on the flagship Pixel and Pixel XL. Despite being stable for those devices, the software is still in ... Read More »
Google made some big changes to the way it handled Android 7.0 Nougat, including letting developers in on the fun much sooner than normal, letting Android fans have a crack at naming the update, and now releasing the factory images for that software ... Read More »
It’s now evident that many USB Type-C cables are just plain dangerous. It’s not just that they don’t work right, they might even damage your device, as Benson Leung unfortunately learned with his Pixel C. It’s ... Read More »
Do you have any questions about the new Google Pixel C? If so, you should know the team behind the Pixel C hosted a Reddit AMA where they answered people’s questions.
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