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Display specs: the good, the bad, and the completely irrelevant

by Bob Myers 17 hours ago0 comments

Black Friday 2017: Google Home for $99, Samsung tabs as low as $100

by AA Picks 2 days ago11 comments

Why you should never buy a phone in the first month

by Adam Doud 14 hours ago0 comments

ZTE Axon M review: dual screen, single-minded

by Joshua Vergara 2 days ago0 comments
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Google explains how it makes personalized battery life predictions

Google explains how it's using its machine learning skills to give better battery life predictions on Pixel and Nexus devices.
by Matt Adams3 hours ago

Original Pixel phones on Android 8.1 gain Pixel 2 features in latest update

The 2016 Pixel phones on the Android 8.1 dev preview are getting a new feature that has previously been exclusive to the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL.
by Matt Adams15 hours ago

Android Wear v2.6 is here with some worthwhile quality of life upgrades

Say hello to download status and connectivity indicators, a new "recent app" complication, and more.
by Scott Adam Gordon20 hours ago

Google redesigns its search interface to help shoppers ahead of Black Friday

Google has rolled out a new version of its search interface to make it easier for shoppers to find and buy the products they want.
by Scott Adam Gordon22 hours ago

Google rolls out Black Friday Play Store deals: get up to 80% off games, movies and more

Get four free months of Google Play Music, $0.99 movie rentals, $5 credit on book purchases and more with the Google Play's Black Friday deals.
by Scott Adam Gordon23 hours ago

Looks like Google fixed the disabled bootloader unlock on some Pixel 2 units

Google marked the issue as fixed on the Issue Tracker page, with affected owners saying that the OEM unlocking option is no longer grayed out.
by Williams Pelegrin1 day ago

Google Home finally supports multiple calendars

If you own a Google Home and want to gain access to multiple calendars, now you can. Google is rolling out multiple calendar support right now.
by Matt Adams1 day ago

Update: Google Lens in Assistant officially rolling out to all Pixel phones

Google Lens in the Assistant will be rolling out to all Pixel phones in the U.S., U.K., Australia, Canada, India, and Singapore "over the coming weeks."
by Scott Adam Gordon1 day ago

YouTube is back on Amazon’s Echo Show

With a redesigned app in tow, the Amazon Echo Show is regaining support for YouTube. The app was originally removed for creating a poor user experience.
by Scott Adam Gordon2 days ago

Android devices have been sending location data to Google regardless of privacy settings

Android phones have been collecting the addresses of nearby cell towers and sending the data back to Google— even when location services are disabled.
by Jimmy Westenberg2 days ago
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