Google is adding a bunch of Android smartphones to its MVNO, Project Fi. The new phones will be compatible with the network and you’ll pay for text, call and data from Google through the Project Fi service via a mobile application.
At I/O 2018, Google demonstrated new functions that would soon come to Google Lens. Not all devices would receive the updates, and not all updates were said to roll out right away, but the first batch just reached my phone and many other handhelds as well.
Early this week, we informed you about the timing of Google’s YouTube Music service and everything we know about it. The update that will be “major,” began its roll out yesterday and updates the current YouTube Music application.
Google did not announce the rumored YouTube Remix service at Google I/O 2018. However, since the event, the search giant has introduced more tech as if it wanted to spread things out over the month of May. In perhaps the biggest announcement by Google since the conference, we learned about YouTube Music and YouTube Premium. Here’s everything we know thus far.
Google I/O 2018 was held last week and shortly afterwards, the search giant released a second developer preview for Wear OS. The first preview of Android P for the wearable platform was outed for developers and manufacturers on April 1, and a whole list of smartwatches that received the Wear OS name following the transition from Android Wear were confirmed to get the update once made available publicly. We don’t know when that will happen, but a more stable preview build [Read More]
Despite the end of Google I/O 2018, the search giant continues to make sizable announcements including Wear OS upgrades, an update for Pixel Buds, a YouTube TV upgrade, and now a new cloud storage service in Google One.
Google’s Pixel Buds have been in need of some improvements. The pair released last year and has received little treatment despite unanimous unfavorable reviews. Google is somewhat aware and now rolling out some upgrades that will add to the audio experience. Here’s what to expect.
We report on YouTube TV quite often, but this time we’re not about to talk about another coverage expansion (though that could also happen soon). Google is pushing an update to the service with a voice remote function so users can search and change the volume using their voice.