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The $550 mirrorless camera versus the flagships: Is it a waste of money?

by John Velasco 23 hours ago31 comments

Boom to bust: The sad history of LeEco in the United States

by Robert Triggs 18 hours ago14 comments

5 reasons why the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus is my daily driver

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What was your favorite announcement from Google I/O 2017?

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Update: Google’s Chromebooks “will live on” after all

Google’s hardware lead Rick Osterloh now says the company's plans to launch new Chromebooks are not "dead" as previously reported.
by John CallahamMarch 2, 201724

Pixbar brings Pixel’s on-screen buttons without need for root

Pixbar is a new app that gives your device the on-screen buttons found on Pixel devices, and you don’t even have to root your phone!
by Brian ReighFebruary 25, 201719

Google Pixel phones may have an audio problem (Update: fixed in February patch)

February's security patch update has put an end to the Pixel and Pixel XL's audio popping problem.
by Team AAFebruary 8, 201770

(Update: issue potentially fixed) Some Pixel devices are shutting down at 30% battery

It seems that some Pixel devices are affected by the same infamous shutdown bug that plagued the Nexus 6P where the device would prematurely shut off.
by Brian ReighJanuary 31, 2017128
 
 

Pixelation (+1 for bad pun) | Podcast 083

Let's talk about the Google Pixel - but first, Google Wifi, Google Home, oh my! Enjoy AA Podcast 083 with Joshua Vergara, Joe Hindy, Jonathan Feist and Nirave Gondhia.
by Joshua VergaraOctober 10, 2016

Nexus Launcher is now Pixel Launcher and you can download it now!

We heard that Nexus is no more, so it's not surprising that the brand's characteristic launcher is getting a new name as well.
by John DyeSeptember 12, 2016190

Chromebook Pixel comes with new Chrome photo app

The Chromebook Pixel comes with a new photo app that features a touch-friendly UI, instant Google+ high-res photo uploads and a pinch of intelligence.
by Chris SmithFebruary 22, 20135

Touchscreen Google Chromebook confirmed by WSJ, Pixel or Link codenames not mentioned

The WSJ says that Google is making a touchscreen Chromebook laptop, but doesn't provide more details about the product and doesn't mention Pixel or Link, the codenames used for the ...
by Chris SmithFebruary 21, 20133

Chromebook Pixel (Google Link) to also support Intel Ivy Bridge CPUs and LTE connectivity, report says

More Chromebook Pixel (Google Link) evidence seems to suggests that the unconfirmed Chrome OS laptop will come with support for Intel Ivy Bridge processors and 4G LTE connectivity.
by Chris SmithFebruary 12, 20133
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