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Google’s Chrome OS Get Upgraded with Material Design Refresh, Improved Search, Night Light

Following the release of a redesign for the browser earlier this month, Google has begun rolling out version 69 of Chrome OS to compatible devices that brings a lot of features in tow. Most notably, Chrome OS users will now enjoy the same Material redesign

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Google’s First Smart Display Leaks Out in New Images

Google is rumored to unveil its own Assistant-powered Smart Display at this October’s Pixel 3 event, and now, we have our first look at the device thanks to newly-leaked images. Via MySmartPrice, we’re getting our first official-appearing look at what’s called the Google Home Hub.

RIP: Google is Shutting Down its Inbox Email App

It’s a sad day for lovers of Google’s experimental email app. According to the company, Inbox by Gmail will be shutting down in March of 2019. The app originally gained a following back when it debuted nearly four years ago as a new email app

Google Now Lets You Pause Your YouTube TV Subscription

Google is rolling out a new feature to YouTube TV subscribers that lets them pause their subscription for up to six months. The feature was initially spotted by Android Police and is furthered detailed in the service’s support site. If you aren’t a subscriber of

YouTube Finally Rolling Out Dark Mode to Android Users

After announcing the feature nearly six months ago, Google has finally begun rolling out dark mode to the YouTube app on Android. Users are reporting they’re beginning to see the feature hit their devices. We also got the feature on our HTC U12 Plus unit

Deal: Get $300 Off an LG G7 or V35 from Project Fi

Google is currently hosting a few deals over at Project Fi, and they’re pretty great. For those of you who have wanted to sign up for the service or need another line, upon instant activation, you can get a $300 discount on LG’s latest flagship

Google’s Pixel 3 XL Was Left in the Back of a Lyft

As if the phone couldn’t leak out anymore, Android Police is back at it again with even more images of the upcoming Google Pixel 3 XL. According to the publication, someone left a pre-production unit of the device in the back of a Lyft driven

Google Says it Isn’t Making a Pixel Watch This Year

To the disappointment of many, Google has confirmed in an interview with Tom’s Guide that it isn’t planning to release its own smartwatch any time soon. The company says its focus is on its partners for the time being. Both Google engineering director Miles Barr

Here’s the Smaller 5.5-inch Pixel 3 in Real Life

We’ve been seeing leak after leak of the notch-equipped Pixel 3 XL for weeks now, and so far, there hasn’t been much chatter surrounding the smaller Pixel 3 device. This ends today, luckily, as Google’s upcoming smartphone has leaked in new real-life images posted to

Google Duo Now Supports iPads and Tablets

After remaining exclusive on phones ever since its launch back in 2016, Google has finally started rolling out support for iPads and tablets with the latest update to Google Duo. The company’s video calling service can now be used on devices such as the Google

Apple Music Will Soon Make its Way to Android Auto

Apple has, historically, been a stickler when it comes to expanding its services to other platforms. The world was seriously blessed when the company release an Android counterpart for its Apple Music streaming service, and now, it looks like the company will soon make a

Google Might Unveil the Pixel 3 at an Event on October 9th

Google’s upcoming smartphones have been leaking absolutely everywhere and we practically know everything there is to know at this point. Of course, nothing’s been made official. Therefore, we’ve been waiting for Google to confirm all of our suspicions and guesses so we know what we’re

YouTube Now Lets You Track Your Digital Wellbeing in its App

Many tech companies in 2018 have been pushing to create more transparency when it comes to your smartphone habits, and the latest company to introduce similar tools is YouTube. Obviously, its parent company, Google, has already begun pushing its own tracking features to stay on

Google Pixel 3 and 3 XL Cameras Detailed in New Reports

As if we haven’t already seen enough leaks, new reports have surfaced that unveil further details surrounding Google’s upcoming Pixel 3 and 3 XL smartphones. This time around, we’re talking about the cameras on the devices and how they’ll function. For starters, Mobile-Review was able