Thought the deals were over? Think again. Today is Cyber Monday, which will mark the end to most early bird holiday sales. Google held back with its Black Friday weekend promotion, not announcing any discounts too spectacular beyond the $29 Google Home Mini, but that’s because the search giant was saving something for today.
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 has posted a ‘Back to School’ sale and the headlining deal is on Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL, in which buyers can save up to $200 and get a bonus Daydream View headset ($79 value) thrown in free of charge! With the sale discount, a 32GB Pixel costs just $524 and the 128GB Pixel, $624. As for Pixel XL, $569 gets you 32GB of storage space and $669 gets you 128GB of memory. All color options are a go [Read More]
Google I/O is Google’s developer conference (hence “I/O,” short for “Input/Output”), an event that showcases the very best of Google’s work over the last twelve months. So, we’re expecting nothing short of great things for Google I/O 2017, which will take place Wednesday, May 17 up through Friday, May 19 in Mountain View, California.
The Google I/O 2017 developer conference will take place Wednesday, May 17 through Friday, May 19. The main event is the keynote that starts at 10:00am, Pacific Time, on the Wednesday. This event is expected to last for one and a half hours and is traditionally when Google highlights the key messages of the entire event.
Let us just start by saying that Google I/O is only six weeks away, and we have not received word on much to anticipate.
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]