The new software is now ready to be tested on Pixel phones.
The latest Phone by Google is good. Here me out.
The partnership may introduce even more experiences in the future.
Leaked code suggests Pixel phones might get better in managing their small batteries.
The app’s anniversary update brings plenty of changes, including a new navigation bar and upgrades to AR directions.
Plus, Alphabet (Google’s parent company) has reported earnings.
Plus, Google schedules I/O 2020 for May 12th-14th in Mountain View.
Expect Android 11 and the Pixel 4a at the event.
Here’s why it starts at $849.
Plus, Spotify now makes playlists for your pet.
A response to Droid-Life’s plea for Google to focus on mid-rangers. In short, they shouldn’t.
Everything from easier smart home setup to improved privacy.
Plus, Apple’s iPhone 9 has leaked in new renders.
Welcome to my last pre-CES Wiretapped newsletter.
Plus, Samsung’s mid-range Galaxy Note 10 has appeared in real-life images.
Plus, Apple gives the Mac Pro 8TB of storage.
Plus, Google says it’s captured 98 percent of the inhabited Earth.
Robocalls, be quiet.
Here’s what this might mean for the company’s smartwatch division moving forward.
This goes for all paying Spotify customers, not just new subscribers.
An unexpected bonus.
“In the coming months.”
The new Nest Wifi is the smart speaker we’ve been waiting for.
They won’t ship until 2020, however.
After all the leaks and rumors, here are 1,500+ words about the latest Pixel phones from Google.
Almost nothing is new.
It has a traditional laptop form factor and runs Android apps.
Here’s the phone again, in case you haven’t already seen it a million times.
They’ll likely debut at the company’s October 15th Pixel 4 event.
More evidence that Amazon and Google are getting along.