Remember the Android One Moto X4 we saw some days ago? At the time, we didn’t know if the device would land in the US, but the reservations have been tossed to the wind. Google has officially announced the Lenovo Moto X4 for Google’s budget-friendly Android One program – in the US, compatible with Google’s Project Fi out of the box.
Google will hold an event in San Francisco on October 4. We know that a new pair of Pixels will be announced, as confirmed by the search giant’s first teaser video. However, Google is expected to reveal a handful of other tech gear, just as they did last year. Two days ago we reported on Google Home Mini, and yesterday, Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. A recent leak has a new Daydream View VR headset for show, and it looks [Read More]
The Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are real. We’ve seen them in the flesh, first the Pixel 2 front panel, then its back cover. Renders from days ago showed the glaring absence of the cherished 3.5mm headphone jack (a rumor that has persisted since March), which is becoming one of the most significant changes to this year’s Pixel lineup. And recently, Pixel 2 XL had been granted FCC certification, which is one of the final steps between product [Read More]
Google and HTC have been linked with takeover rumors for some time now, but these intensified over recent weeks. After a brief halt in trading yesterday, Google and HTC have today announced a new strategic investment scheme.
Google has confirmed a hardware event to happen on October 4. New Pixel smartphones have been confirmed through the search giant’s opening teaser, but like last year, Google could unveil some neat ‘Made By Google’ accessories to fill the rounds. One of the possible accessories just leaked, and it’s everything we expected plus more.
The Google Assistant has become part of the mobile experience, with the first-generation Pixel and Pixel XL getting it last year, then other Android-powered, non-Google devices around the time of Google I/O 2017.
Google has confirmed an event to take place on October 4. Can you guess what it’s for?
A few weeks ago, a mysterious HTC manufactured device passed through the American FCC. Sources eventually matched its model number to last year’s Google Pixel phone. This was believed to be the smaller of two expected Pixels for this year, the one code-named ‘Walleye.’ Late yesterday evening, an LG-made device made an appearance at the FCC, a phone that sources strongly believe is the larger Google Pixel 2 XL code-named ‘Taimen.’