Smart speakers are all the rage these days. Google and Amazon have a lead on just about everyone, but that doesn’t mean companies like Apple, Samsung, and now apparently Motorola, don’t want in on the action.
Ever since OnePlus started selling phones to folks in the United States, it has always offered unlocked phones direct to consumers who want near-flagship specs without having to fork over a lot of cash compared to the top-tier competition. The reason for that is because OnePlus hasn’t nailed down a major wireless carrier ... Read More »
Google’s retail presence has been spotty at best, with some pop-up stores here and there as well as brief partnerships in other big box retail locations. But if a new report from the Chicago Tribune is any indicator, Google might be aiming to change that.
The publication is reporting that Google is ... Read More »
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Hearing aid manufacturers have not had the easiest time trying to offer support for Android devices in the past, but Google is trying to make that easier.
Google rebranded Android Wear to Wear OS recently, and it looks like the company is taking extra steps to make sure the quality of apps available on the smartwatch platform are solid and worth using.
After Google launched Android 9.0 Pie, folks that don’t own Google-branded smartphones (or the Essential Phone) started wondering when they would be able to upgrade to the new software.
The Motorola P30 has been unveiled for the Chinese market, and it appears to be a pretty solid mid-range handset. The P30 features a 6.2-inch display with a ... Read More »
In April, Google officially welcomed its first wave of Android Oreo (Go edition) devices, and the company is already planning on what’s coming next.
Google is putting a huge bet in artificial intelligence, moving forward with a variety of different products that rely on the technology. And it looks like we may be getting a fitness coach sometime soon, too.