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.
Google is getting ready to reveal this year’s Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones plus a whole lot more at its second-ever Made By Google hardware event. You can watch Google’s private unveiling that will be livestreamed from San Francisco, CA, here beginning at 12:00PM Eastern Standard Time. Reports have indicated the possibility of Android 8.1’s (MR1) arrival, the first update since Android 8.0 Oreo, a new Chromebook Pixel namely ‘Pixelbook’ with Google Assistant support, a new Daydream View, a [Read More]
A few months ago, Google launched group plans for Project Fi. Today, the tech giant has introduced a feature for group plans called ‘Group Repay’, which allows each line member to pay for their own share of data usage.
Google will take center stage during prime-time on Tuesday, October 4th around 11am Eastern Standard Time. The Mountain View giant will unveil this year’s flagship smartphones, Pixel and Pixel XL, as well as Google Home, Daydream hardware, Google W-Fi, and a 4k Chromecast Ultra. Rumors also point towards an Android-ChromeOS hybrid device, although very unlikely will it launch. The hype train has been off the charts waiting on this very moment, so be sure to tune in near go time. Accompanying [Read More]
Just hours ago, Google unveiled a batch of new tech, everything from TV dongles to smart speakers all the way to smartphones. Pixel, Google’s latest flagship smartphone, was just introduced. Here’s what’s coming!
Over recent months, Google has been building up anticipation for a big event to take place on October 4th, this Tuesday. While many have been sent invites to attend the event in person, the remaining millions found throughout the world will be able to watch via a video livestream. We’re expecting lots to unfold at the event, finally making sense out of all the prior leaks, reports and rumors we’ve been hearing about for such an extended period of time. [Read More]
Let’s talk mobile payments. Most mid-range and high-end smartphones today are boarded with NFC. NFC is the technology that allows for making mobile payments. This was a feature that really became popular in 2015 and 2016, but is now overshadowed by bezel-less designs and fancy digital assistants. Is being able to make mobile payments still an important feature to you?
CES is an annual trade show that is typically held near the start of the calendar year. It’s where tech companies based all over the world gather under one roof to showcase their latest products, developments and projects. For several years now, the CES conference has been held in Las Vegas, Nevada. This is the only event of the big trio (CES, MWC, IFA) held in the United States each year.