Google’s Pixel 2 XL has been under fire ever since its release. Buyers have reported audio concerns and a slew of display issues including screen burn-in, flashing, dead spots, and flat colors. Yet, the search engine is still encouraging potential customers to purchase the model. Most issues don’t appear to be super serious, and Google has gone far enough to patch a few of them through software updates. However, Girard Gibbs LLP thinks enough is enough and is actively undergoing [Read More]
Google Lens, which began its roll out on Google Photos a couple of weeks ago with a “preview” as demoed at Google I/O 2017, is now rolling out to OG Pixel and Pixel 2 owners.
Google has announced a series of changes for Google Maps designed to refine how the application looks across all platforms.
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Google’s only commercially available digital media player and Android TV device, the Nexus Player, is receiving the Google Assistant as part of the November 2017 security patch to Android 8.0 Oreo.
Google has announced the release of a new feature for Google Home and Google Home Mini. Called ‘Broadcasting,’ the addition introduces the ability to broadcast messages across to Google Home speakers throughout your household.
At Google I/O 2017, we heard about Daydream 2.0 and standalone Daydream VR headset concepts. Both Lenovo and HTC were confirmed as Google’s manufacturing partners, though one seems to have dropped the project all-together.
Just when Google thought it had addressed all the problems being experienced by Pixel 2 XL (and some Pixel 2) early adopters, more issues continue to be spotted. This next one involves the screen yet again on Pixel 2 XL, which has been to blame for the majority of issues with Google’s 2017 flagship.