Nest has been part of Alphabet for the better part of four years now. The company has come out with a variety of smart home gadgets over the years including both moderately priced cameras and thermostats. Nest and Google’s hardware team to some extent have benefited from an integrated relationship, but now, the two are taking this to the next step.
Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ in a matter of weeks, but there appears to be something more in the rumor mill. DeX Pad could be a new DeX Station-like device for Samsung’s newest phones. The difference from the DeX device that debuted last year is in the name ‘DeX Pad.’ Instead of a stand up dock, this one lays down and can turn your phone into a touchpad.
YouTube TV has come a long way since its beginning, and now it’s available on select Roku smart devices for the wireless streaming of your favorite video content.
If you own a SHIELD TV, drop what you’re doing and pay close attention because we have good news for you. NVIDIA has now administered SHIELD TV software upgrade 6.3, which brings a security patch along with some new features.
Remember this little guy? Google Clips is a smart camera “Made By Google” that was first shown off in October of 2017. News on the gadget has been quiet for several months, at least until this weekend when Google finally made the square camera available on the Google Store, sort of.
Over the weekend, a multitude of Android Wear watch owners were hit with an over-the-air update. Several users took things over to Reddit to talk about the update, and one particular Android Wear watch owner discovered a new feature inside the unannounced Android Wear 2.8 software update.
Last week tech blog Droid-Life leaked information on an upcoming Moto G6 family, a Moto 5X smartphone and more. The latest leak spill has revealed information about Motorola’s Z line of devices, which in 2018 could contain only a Moto Z3 and Moto Z3 Play. We’ve also received word on the possibility of a new moto mod that will work with these devices, a 5G Moto Mod.
Incipio, a company well-known for producing mobile accessories, quietly announced a Wall Mount for Google Home Mini on Tuesday. The product is available now from the Google Store priced at just $15.