Google has announced the first beta of Android Q.
Google has officially announced the name for their upcoming Android update, with Android 9 Pie.
Google has teamed up with Rose and Joy Broadbent (better known as The Broadbent Sisters) to launch a new series of designs of Google Live Cases.
Back at their October hardware event, Google showed off AR Stickers which would allow Pixel users bring their favourite characters to life. Google has just announced that AR Stickers are now officially rolling out to Pixel phones.
Mophie, the company that makes battery packs for most major phones, just release a new one for the Google Pixel XL.
The Really Blue Google Pixel has officially arrived in Canada (well, at least for pre-orders).
Just about 4 months after the Google Pixel made its debut, the Really Blue version is now headed to Canada.
Here is a list of some of my favourite things from 2016 (and my first post in 2017, Happy New Year!). It ranges from smartphones and video game to tv shows and movies.
And if you haven’t already checked out my Favourite Apps of 2016.
Google’s Nexus lineup was a great way to show off pure, stock Android. But this year, Google has shifted from partnering with OEMs to make Nexus phones to something that more pure Google, with the introduction of the Pixel phones. Google’s Pixel lineup of devices which started with the Chromebook Pixel combine solid premium hardware with Google’s software.
After numerous leaks, the Pixel and Pixel XL arrived with little fanfare at Google’s October 4th Event. But after going hands-on with both devices at Google’s Toronto event, it’s clear that Google is really pushing the Pixel phones to compete with Apple in the high-end smartphone space.