Amazon and Google haven’t exactly been getting along like they used to. The two tech giants have gone separate ways, which began with Amazon’s removal of the Google Chromecast and other Google products that were on sale at Amazon.
It’s 2017. People shop in a variety of ways. With Black Friday weekend just beginning, and major brands preparing big Cyber Monday discounts, they’ll make sure that deals are available over the internet.
Google is running a blowout sale over at the Google Store that will run through Father’s Day on the 18th of June. Products including Google Home, Daydream View and Chromecast are being sold, some with freebies and others at a discounted price.
In honor of perhaps the greatest Super Bowl of all time, a handful of Google products are on sale across a several retailers. Through February 25, one can save on a Google Home speaker, interchangeable Google Home bases and Chromecast products including Chromecast Ultra and Chromecast Audio.
With the announcement coming earlier this week, YouTube is now supporting the uploading of High Dynamic Range (HDR) videos on the their video-streaming site. This is going to bring a new age of content, unlocking the highest quality video YouTube has added support for yet.
Today was a big day for Google. The tech giant commonly known for their software, just introduced a whole lot of hardware, most of which is “Made by Google.” Shortly after Google’s big unveiling in San Francisco, several of its products went up for pre-order. The list includes the hyped-up Pixel smartphone that everyone is talking about. Here are the details.
It has been a Google packed week full of coverage on new products, and it’s still far from over. The tech giant most commonly known for software, launched five hardware products at its event on Tuesday in San Francisco. They are as follows, Google Pixel, a smartphone made by Google, Google Home, a smart speaker made for everyone, Chromecast Ultra, one of the first 4k streaming devices, Google Wi-Fi, the world’s first modular router, and Daydream View, Google’s second shot [Read More]
Google held its hardware event yesterday in the city of San Francisco. Millions from around the world also tuned in to watch Google unveil its next move via the online video stream. After reading all the overviews, specs, and insight, we want to know your thoughts. Will you buy any of Google’s new hardware? Did you like what you saw and heard?