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Trick Or Treat! Google Halloween Doodle 2016 Launches Cute Game With Ghosts And A Magic Cat

Google launched a fun new game for Halloween, so head over to the Magic Cat Academy and help Momo fight ghosts. Ghastly fun guaranteed.

Google October 30, 2016

Upcoming Google Allo Chat Themes Revealed: Here's What They Look Like

Google Allo will start getting new chat themes soon, and based on leaked images, they look awesome. This feature is already implemented in the app after the rollout of the 2.0 update.

Google October 30, 2016

Google Pixel, Pixel XL On Verizon Bootloader Unlock Now Available

SunShine developers have easily cracked Verizon's security that protects the Google Pixel and Pixel XL bootloaders. The unlock tool called dePixel8 has been released and is available for free.

Google October 28, 2016

Google Brain Demonstrates AI-Generated Encryption: Yes, Machines Can Keep Secrets From Us

Machines are smart but, with the help of Google, they are getting even smarter. Google Brain has shown that A.I.s are capable of creating their own encryption that we are unable to crack since we have no idea how it works.

Google October 28, 2016

Google Parent Company Alphabet Q3 2016 Earnings Bolstered By Mobile, YouTube

Google parent company Alphabet enjoyed a significant boost in revenue in the third quarter of 2016 as its net income increased by 27 percent from a year ago. Increase in sales volume was primarily thanks to Google's video platform, YouTube, and other business sectors such as mobile.

Google October 28, 2016

T-Mobile CEO John Legere Drops Big Google Pixel Hint, Says 'It Works Great On Our Network'

John Legere, T-Mobile CEO, posted a mysterious post at Twitter suggesting a deal that will involve the Google Pixel smartphone soon. This has baffled observers because the Pixel line is being offered exclusively by Verizon.

Google October 27, 2016

Alphabet To Upgrade Google Self-Driving Car Project Into A Standalone Business: What This Means For Interested Customers

Astro Teller, the head of Alphabet's experimental lab X, said that Google's self-driving car project will be upgraded into a standalone business. This shows the company's confidence in the commercial viability of its autonomous vehicle.

Google October 28, 2016

Google Allo Update 2.0 Brings Android 7.0 Nougat Features To The Table: Split-Screen, Quick Reply Support

The latest update to Google Allo introduces several new features that are designed to take advantage of Android 7.0 Nougat. These include split-screen mode and quick reply support.

Google October 27, 2016

Alphabet Pauses Google Fiber Rollout: Here's A List Of Affected Cities

Alphabet unit Access has decided to pause the rollout of the high-speed internet service Google Fiber. Layoffs are also coming to the business, as a shift in focus is said to be on the way.

Google October 26, 2016

Google Pixel Order Pending? Shipping Falls Behind Due To Overwhelming Demand

Google has seen overwhelming demand for its latest Pixel smartphones and it's barely keeping up. Shipping times for the Google Pixel and Pixel XL have slipped by three weeks, so that's why you may be seeing your order still listed as 'pending.'

Google October 26, 2016

Introducing Jamboard: The High-Tech Whiteboard From Google

Google has been unveiling different devices recently, starting with the release of its Google Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones. And it looks like the company won't be stopping there as it has just announced its digital whiteboard, Jamboard.

Google October 25, 2016

Google To Beef Up Android Pay By Adding Support For Visa Checkout And MasterCard Masterpass

Android Pay gets new boost after Google successfully secured Visa and Mastercard into the mobile payment platform. This partnership will allow consumers to shop online with one tap, using fingerprint for authentication instead of username and password.

Google October 25, 2016

Google Continues Work On Virtual Reality Headset: Standalone Device Will Feature Eye Tracking Tech, Blur The Line Between VR And AR

Google is continuing work on a standalone virtual reality headset that will feature eye tracking technology. The device is different from the Daydream VR platform, which is said to be a mere stepping stone into a bigger hardware push.

Google October 25, 2016

Google Pixel Water Resistance Test: 30 Minutes Underwater? How About An Hour? [Video]

Google Pixel and Pixel XL have IP53 ratings, but are they really water resistant? A video of the Pixel phone spending 30 minutes submerged in water may offer some clues.

Google October 23, 2016

Google Pixel Scratch, Bend And Burn Tests: Did The Phone By Google Survive? [Video]

The Google Pixel smartphone just went through the torture chamber. While it did not emerge entirely unscathed, the device held itself well despite getting scratched, burned and bent to become one of the most durable phones of 2016.

Google October 22, 2016

Google Pixel Factory, OTA Images Go Up For Download

Google has made three builds available for both the Pixel and Pixel XL handsets. These files could provide insights regarding these devices difference with models of the Nexus line.

Google October 21, 2016

Google's Chromecast Ultra, Daydream View VR Headset Now Available: Price, Shipping Date And More

Google Daydream View VR and Chromecast Ultra are now available for preorder at the Google Store for $80 and $69, respectively. The VR headset could, however, get delivered earlier if purchased at Verizon at the same price.

Google October 21, 2016

Google Opens NYC Pop-Up Shop In SoHo, But You Can't Buy Anything

Google has officially opened its pop-up shop in New York City, showing off its latest products. You can learn more about the new Google Pixel smartphones, Daydream and Google Home, but you can't actually buy anything.

Google October 20, 2016

Google's YouTube Unplugged Live TV Service Taps CBS As First Major Network, Plans Attractive 'Skinny' Bundle

Google has reportedly signed CBS as its first major network for the upcoming live TV service called YouTube Unplugged. The company is also in advanced talks with NBCUniversal, Disney and Fox, and plans an attractive 'skinny' bundle.

Google October 20, 2016

Google Pixel, Pixel XL To Receive First Update At Launch: Android 7.1 Nougat NDE63P

The first software update for Google-branded smartphones Pixel and Pixel XL will arrive on Oct. 20, the same day as the devices' release date. The update brings Wi-Fi connectivity improvements to the devices and not much else.

Google October 20, 2016

Android 7.1 Nougat Developer Preview Now Available For Pixel C, Nexus 5X And Nexus 6P

Google has launched the Android 7.1 Nougat developer preview for the Nexus 5X, the Nexus 6P and the Pixel C. Other Android devices will gain access to the preview version by next month.

Google October 20, 2016

New Google Click-To-Message Ads Extension Connects Consumers To Companies Over SMS

Google has launched a new Ad Extension that helps marketers put customers and companies in contact much easier via SMS. The feature is a neat addition to Google AdWords.

Google October 21, 2016

Google Pixel Review Roundup: Best Android Smartphone To Date?

Google's Pixel smartphones have started to find their way to everybody's hands. Here's what those who are lucky enough to get ahold of one early have to say, from the specs to the extra-sweet Android 7.1 Nougat.

Google October 18, 2016

Google Flights Now Helps You Find The Cheapest Airplane Tickets And The Best Time To Book

Google has rolled out a cool, new Google Flights, offering price tracking options just in time for the holidays. The company aims to help users get the best deals on airplane tickets and hotel accommodation.

Google October 17, 2016

Google Pixel Via Google Store Comes With Unlocked Bootloaders: You Can Root It Unless You Buy From Verizon

Google officially confirmed that both Pixel and Pixel XL will be unlockable and will ship with a bootloader. This feature, however, is only available to devices purchased directly from Google's store.

Google October 17, 2016

Pixel's Google Camera v4.2 Ported To Nexus 5x, 6P: New Features Include Shooting Grids, Exposure And Focus Lock

The Pixel comes with Google Camera v4.2, an updated version of the app that takes advantage of the powerful camera hardware of the smartphone. Developers on XDA have modified the app to bring the Pixel-exclusive software to other devices.

Google October 17, 2016

Google Searches Of Donald Trump And Hillary Clinton Show What The 2016 Elections Are All About

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton entered the final month of the 2016 U.S. presidential election, and Google Trends is here to give insight on what the public is interested in about both candidates.

Google October 16, 2016

Google News Wants You To Get Your Facts Straight Before Election Day

Amid a U.S. presidential campaign riddled with misinformation, lies and biased stories, Google News just got a new fact-checking tool for news stories. Facebook, your turn.

Google October 14, 2016

Google Rumored To Release Two Android Wear 2.0 Smartwatches Code-Named Angelfish, Swordfish: Pixel Wearable Coming In Q1 2017?

Google is rumored to launch not one but two Android Wear 2.0 smartwatches with the codenames Angelfish and Swordfish in Q1 2017. Could we be looking at an upcoming Pixel wearable?

Google October 14, 2016

Google Pixel Ads: 'Together By You,' 'Crush By You' Launch Ahead Of Smartphone's Official Release [Video]

To promote the official rollout of Google's Pixel smartphones, two teaser videos were released on YouTube. The materials have so far intrigued viewers because of their weird content and narrative.

Google October 14, 2016

Google Pixel Starts Rolling Out Via Telstra In Australia

Telstra has already started to roll out the preordered Google Pixel smartphones in Australia, a couple of days ahead of the expected Oct. 20 release date.

Google October 13, 2016

Google's Sprayscape Lets You Create 360-Degree VR-ish Photos Using Only An Android Phone

Google Creative Labs touts Sprayscape as a perfectly imperfect VR-ish camera app. It was built using the Android Experiments platform to capture virtual spaces called scape.

Google October 13, 2016

Do You Want To Have Google Assistant In Your Non-Pixel Android Smartphone? Here's What You Need To Do

Google Assistant will only be officially available on the Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones. There are two methods to get the smart service into other Android smartphones though, and here they are.

Google October 13, 2016

Google Pixel Phones On Verizon To Get Timely Updates, Will Be Carrier Unlocked Versions

Confirmed: Users who grab the Google Pixel and Pixel XL at Verizon will get timely updates, receiving major Android patches at the same time as all the others whenever the Mountain View company launches them.

Google October 12, 2016

Google Project Fi Group Plan: Up To 6 People On 1 Account, Cheaper Than Individual Plans

Google has added a neat new group plan option to Project Fi, and it's cheaper than individual plans. You can add up to six people on the same account and easily manage it, while also enjoying other perks.

Google October 11, 2016

Google Antitrust Issues: South Korea Watchdog To Probe Google's Android Deals With Smartphone Makers

Google was under scrutiny from multiple antitrust regulators, and it looks like the South Korean regulator is also keen to find out if the company plays nice with its smartphone building rivals that rely on Android.

Google October 12, 2016

Google Wants Assistant To Not Only Be Smart But Also Humorous And Friendly: Pixar, The Onion Joke Writers' Talent Employed

Aside from being smart, Google Assistant is going to be friendly and humorous too, and it's all thanks to joke writers of Pixar and The Onion.

Google October 10, 2016

Why Do The Pixel, Pixel XL Smartphones Have EIS And Not OIS? Google Camera Head Explains

The upcoming Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones come with electronic image stabilization, and not the more-known optical image stabilization technology. Google camera head Isaac Reynolds explained the decision to pack the devices with EIS.

Google October 12, 2016

Google Chrome Won't Be That Memory Hungry Anymore When December Update Launches: RAMs Will Thank Devs

Google Chrome will no longer be a memory-hungry browser when the December update arrives. Dubbed Chrome 55, the new version is going to come in with an improved JavaScript engine.

Google October 10, 2016

Google Starts Testing Big UI Changes For The Play Store

Google is reportedly testing massive changes to the Google Play Store. This purportedly includes the elimination of the Search box and the revamp of visual elements such as the change to the featured app/content presentation as well as the Google Play Store banner, among others.

Google October 10, 2016

Google Pixel Camera: More Photos, Alleged 4K Video That Show Off The Smartphone's Shooting Capability

Described as the 'best smartphone camera ever,' the Google Pixel is out to dominate the mobile photography scene. Here's a look at official photo samples from the Mountain View company and an alleged 4K video taken with the Pixel XL.

Google October 9, 2016

Google To Kill Off Photo-Sharing Service Panoramio This November

Google will start closing Panoramio on Nov. 4 because its features are already being offered in Google Maps and the company's Local Guides program. Users will, however, still be able to access their photos for a year.

Google October 9, 2016

Google To Open 'Made By Google' Pop-Up Store In New York This October: Pixel And Other Hardware Expected

Google lists a 'Made By Google' pop-up, which will open on Oct. 20, at 96 Spring St. in New York. The pop-up is expected to feature some of Google's latest product releases, which include the Google Pixel and Pixel XL, Google Wifi, Google Home and Chromecast Ultra among others.

Google October 9, 2016

Move Over, Google Hangouts: 1-To-1 Video Calling App Duo Taking The Messaging And Video Platform's Place

Google boots Hangouts from the Google Mobile Services bundle, replacing it with the Duo app instead. The GMS apps are required to be preinstalled in Android devices.

Google October 8, 2016

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