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Google Clips review: the $249 smart camera that shoots for you

by Edgar Cervantes 1 day ago0 comments
Features

Huawei P20 vs P20 Pro: Do you need the triple camera?

by Robert Triggs 1 day ago0 comments
News

Comments of the Week: Huawei, gaming phones, and Android P changes

by C. Scott Brown 1 day ago0 comments
Features

Using Project Fi in China: Say goodbye to VPNs

by David Imel 3 days ago0 comments
46,635 articles

The Google Play Store has a serious crypto scam problem

More disturbing news today about how Google's lax quality control for the Google Play Store is resulting in crypto scams galore.
by C. Scott Brown1 day ago

Google Clips review: the $249 smart camera that shoots for you

The search giant has released Google Clips to help in the process of making sure every single person in your friend lists sees your little creatures.
by Edgar Cervantes1 day ago

Chat is Google’s big answer to Android’s messaging problem (Update)

Could this SMS replacement be the messaging service we've all been waiting for?
by Duncan Elder2 days ago

Android 8.0 Oreo update tracker – April 20, 2018

The Android 8.0 Oreo update is rolling out. See which phones got it already, and when to expect it on your device.
by Team AA2 days ago
 
 

Google talking with brands about sponsoring “How To” videos in Google Assistant

An anonymous source says that Google is working with brands to create Google Assistant-sponsored videos. Google will launch the program at Google I/O.
by C. Scott Brown2 days ago

Members of Google’s Area 120 want you to learn to code for free

Want to learn to code for free? Check out this new app called Grasshopper that will help you do just that.
by C. Scott Brown3 days ago

Google Project Fi plans – what are your options?

Interested in Google Project Fi? Are you ready to dump the big carriers, contracts, hidden charges and unreasonable fees?
by Edgar Cervantes3 days ago

Using Project Fi in China: Say goodbye to VPNs

Countries like China can make it hard to get work done, but Google Fi can help you keep on working, wherever you are in the world. Even without a VPN.
by David Imel3 days ago

Amazon’s new Android web browser looks drab, probably is drab

Amazon's "Internet: fast, lite, and private" app has accumulated 100+ downloads since its release in March.
by Scott Adam Gordon4 days ago

“Turn right at the Arby’s” – Google testing landmark directions in Maps

Google is testing a Google Maps feature that issues landmark directions, like "Keep left at the White Castle."
by C. Scott Brown4 days ago
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