Gadgets

New Chromebook Pixel, Google Home Mini among expected at Google’s upcoming hardware event

August 28, 2017 Doug Demagistris

Google will soon hold a hardware event, but we don’t know exactly when. Sources claim the date will be October 5, though it’s unconfirmed at this point in time. Wherever and whenever Google holds its announcements, new Pixel 2 smartphones will be unveiled. And now, the latest word is that Google will have some other goodies in its bag such as a new Chromebook Pixel and Google Home Mini speaker.

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The Chromebook Pixel is not dead, confirms Google’s Rick Osterloh

March 7, 2017 Doug Demagistris

Last week, the internet including us were quick to respond to a report that Google’s Chromebook Pixel lineup had been shut down. Google’s own Rick Osterloh, the former Motorola employee who had originally proposed the report, made a reverse statement concluding that the Chromebook Pixel laptop may not be dead after all.

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Google shuts down all Chromebook Pixel rumors, for now

March 1, 2017 Doug Demagistris

It’s almost time for a Chromebook Pixel successor from Google, however, the tech giant has already shot down all rumors. Google just yesterday spoke with a trusted source confirming that it has no intention to launch a new Chromebook Pixel anytime soon.

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Everything to know about Acer Chromebook Tab 10, the first-ever Google Chrome OS tablet

April 2, 2018 Droid Turf

Android tablets aren’t really in demand anymore due to the rise of phablets, and dating back to last year when rumors of Andromeda were in the air, many have wondered if Google’s web-based Chrome OS would replace Android as Google’s primary software for large touch screen devices. That could very well be the plan despite few wanting to keep Android tablets around (we’re looking at you Sony and Huawei). Demand has surely slowed for tablets, but the lack of good options [Read More]

Analysis & Insight

Google Pixel 2: All the new features and reasons to upgrade

October 31, 2017 Doug Demagistris

Google announced two flagship smartphones on October 4 in San Francisco, CA during the company’s second-ever privately held Made By Google 2017 event. Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are the successors to last year’s first-generation Pixel and Pixel XL. Google introduced a number of new hardware components and software features with the two phones that make these devices ultimately worth considering. Here’s what we have, and whether or not you should upgrade.

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Google Pixel Buds and Google Clips unveiled, here’s everything you need to know

October 6, 2017 David Steele

At the private Made by Google 2017 event in San Francisco, CA, Google announced new hardware. Products shown off included Pixel 2 smartphones, new Google Home speakers, a Chromebook Pixel successor in Pixelbook, a new Daydream View, Pixel Buds, and Google Clips. Of them, Pixel Buds and Google Clips were among the unexpected, and are the first of their respective kinds. Pixel Buds is a set of wireless earphones complete with integrated Google Assistant, and Google Clips is a camera that operates automatically. Here’s the rundown of these two [Read More]

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Google Pixelbook announced, here’s what you need to know

October 4, 2017 David Steele

After much debate whether or not there would ever be one after a two-year gap, Google announced a new Chromebook Pixel laptop named ‘Pixelbook’ at the private Made By Google 2017 event today in San Francisco, CA. In many respects, the Google Pixelbook has a similar feel about it compared with the original Chromebook Pixel. Here’s what you’ll need to know to consider buying this model. 

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