Models stretching back to 2018 will gain the software.
Google’s latest smartphone packs so much good, it’s a pure delight to use. Plus, the camera’s insane.
Expect the update to hit your device in the coming weeks.
It’s too early to place any bets, but we might get a Pixel 4 with Face ID. Just sayin’…
Someone solved a puzzle REAL QUICK.
Now available in 98 percent of households in the U.S.
The retailer will also support contactless payments from special credit and debit cards.
Starting with G Suite users and, eventually, average consumers.
There are also new developer options, a tweaked Always-On display, and more.
Just like how the Pixel 3 and 3 XL leaked out before their announcements.
Devices should start getting RCS support today.
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Google and Dish have announced the latter’s Hopper receivers and DVRs will soon receive full integration of the Google Assistant. Before, you were able to access …
Next, Google wants to target feature phones.
New mid-range Google phones are apparently on their way.
Replacing one button with a gesture is stupid.
Just in time for the holidays and those flying out to Vegas for CES 2019.
It costs just $79.99.
Here’s the thing, though: we don’t know why.