It looks like “loyal” Nexus owners aren’t the only ones getting a discount on a new Pixel phone today.
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Looks like that expanded international coverage isn’t the only good news that Project Fi has to share today.
One of Project Fi‘s goals since launch has been to support some pretty substantial international coverage, with more than 100 countries across the globe supported with free roaming.
That number has now increased quite a bit, with Google announcing that Project Fi now officially supports 170 countries. The new additions include Nigeria, ... Read More »
When Google’s wireless headphones, the Pixel Buds, went on sale last year, they were only available in the United States and Canada. But availability has expanded in a big way.
As first reported today by Android Police, Google has launched the Pixel Buds in three new countries: Australia, Germany, ... Read More »
On May 8, Google will start this year’s Google I/O developers conference, where the company will show off a variety of things, including the newest version of Android.
The Google Chromecast now has a new trick up its sleeve. If you ask Google Assistant (specifically on a Google Home, as the feature won’t work on phones yet) to show you the weather rather than tell you the weather ... Read More »
The Pixel Visual Core is a custom image processing unit built into the Pixel 2 and its bigger brother the Pixel 2 XL. It sits alongside the DSP built into Qualcomm’s processor, allegedly allowing for much better photos to be taken. After all, proprietary ... Read More »