Alongside the new Pixel 3, Google Home Hub, Pixel Slate, and wired Pixel Buds, Google today is also introducing an upgraded Chromecast that features a new design and updated internals. The new design opts for a matte finish instead of gloss and includes Google’s G
Google just announced the new Pixel 3 and 3 XL, the Pixel Slate, and the Google Home Hub onstage at the company’s event in New York. However, that doesn’t mean the company didn’t have anything else to share with the world. Over on the company’s
After rolling out the second beta to testers last week, Apple today began seeding the third watchOS 5.1 build. If you’d like to give the new beta a go on your registered watch, head over to the Apple Watch app on your iPhone. From there, access the Software update section
Apple today began rolling out the third beta of tvOS 12.1 for testing on the Apple TV. This comes a week after the second beta was released. Registered beta testers can install the new build by going to the Software Update section of the Settings app and hitting the download button.
After last week’s release of the second build, Apple today released the third build of iOS 12.1 for testing on the iPhone and iPad. Registered beta testers can install the updated build by heading over to Settings > General > Software update. From there, you’ll see the listing for
Google just (formally) took the wraps off its new Pixel 3 and 3 XL smartphones. While they’re both great smartphones any buyer would enjoy, what it really comes down to is price since a lot of smartphones nowadays are starting at around $1,000. Luckily, Google
Tablets haven’t been doing as well as they did a few years ago, but they’re not dead yet. With companies like Microsoft, Apple, and Samsung producing tablets for more professional use, the market for these devices hasn’t had time for its candle to fade out
Earlier this year, Google announced it would begin introducing new devices called Smart Displays powered by the Google Assistant that would compete with the likes of the Amazon Echo Show. We got our first look at the new tech from Lenovo and JBL who both
After months and months of nothing but seemingly continuous leaks, Google has finally formally unveiled the Pixel 3 and 3 XL. The devices serve as successors to last year’s Pixel 2 and 2 XL and carry all the traits you’d find in a 2018 flagship.
Google is set to take the stage today at an event in New York City where the company’s expected to unveil the new Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL, Google Home Hub, Pixel Slate, new Chromecast, and more. The event kicks off at 11 a.m. ET/8
After unveiling the phone’s initial announcement date, OnePlus has stated it’ll launch the new OnePlus 6T on November 6th. We don’t have pricing information just yet, but we expect it to at least leak out by the end of the month. The OnePlus 6T will
Apple is expected to unveil new iPad Pros this month during some sort of event, and now, we’re hearing more details about the new devices courtesy of 9to5Mac. According to the site, the new iPads will ship with the ability to output 4K HDR video
After unveiling the phone earlier this year in April, Motorola has finally brought the low-end Moto E5 to the United States. The device can be purchased over at Best Buy for a price of $99.99, therefore signifying the device is built for those on strict