RIP Nexus: Google Removes Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P From The Google Store To Make Room For Pixel

Google has removed all traces of the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P from its own store. Now that the company has officially unveiled Google Pixel and Pixel XL, the main focus for now rests at its Google-branded flagship smartphones.

Google October 5, 2016

Verizon First To Unbox Google Pixel, Pixel XL Smartphones In An Ad [Video]

Verizon got to unbox both Google Pixel and Pixel XL in a two-minute promotional advertisement. It is the exclusive carrier partner for both devices, which will begin shipping on Oct. 20.

Google October 5, 2016

Google Pixel And Pixel XL Smartphones, Daydream View And Google Home: How They Fare Against Their Counterparts iPhone, Gear VR And Echo

Google October event just kicked off, unveiling the Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones, Daydream View and Google Home. The new products look similar to the iPhone, Samsung Gear VR and Amazon Echo, but how do they fare against them?

Google October 4, 2016

'Phone By Google' Branding Shows Google Taking Full Credit For Pixel, Pixel XL Smartphones

Google's first standalone phones are officially here! Branded as 'Phone by Google', the company is taking full credits of the Google Pixel smartphones despite being built by Taiwanese company HTC.

Google October 7, 2016

Google Wifi Tiny Routers Mark A New Approach To Home Wi-Fi: Specs, Pricing And Availability [Video]

Google announced a bunch of new devices on Oct. 4, including the intriguing Google Wifi routers that aim to take internet connectivity to the next level. Here's what you need to know about Google Wifi pricing, specs and availability.

Google October 5, 2016

Google Chromecast Ultra Rocks 4K And HDR At $69, Gunning For Roku And Amazon [Video]

There's a new Chromecast in town and it's bound to make some waves and heat up competition. The new Chromecast Ultra media streaming device rocks 4K and HDR -- both HDR10 and Dolby Vision standards -- at just $69.

Google October 4, 2016

Nexus 6 Nougat Update: Here's How To Update To Android 7.0 Using OTA Image For Nexus 6

Android 7.0 Nougat is finally landing on Nexus 6 smartphones in a hefty OTA update. The solid revamping of Google’s OS paired with the decent specs of the Nexus 6 should breathe new life into the phone.

Google October 4, 2016

Report: First Google Daydream VR Headset Will Come With A $79 Price Tag, Built By HTC

According to an exclusive report by Variety, Google will unveil the first Daydream virtual reality headset on Oct. 4. The device, which will be built by HTC, could come with a price tag as low as $79.

Google October 4, 2016

How To Watch The Google October 4 Event Livestream: Pixel And Pixel XL Smartphones, Wi-Fi Router, Google Home And Everything To Expect

Google is about to hold its big Oct. 4 event. Before it does, here's everything you need to know, including how you can watch it and what you can expect to see there.

Google October 4, 2016

Google Releases October Android Security Update: Download Links

Google has released the Android security patch for October, available now for a number of Nexus devices. To get it right away, here are the download links for the Factory Images and the OTA Images.

Google October 3, 2016

How The EU Plans To End Google's Dominance In Europe

The European Union is reportedly putting an end to Google's dominance in Europe by imposing a heavy fine due to the antitrust charges hurled against the company.

Google October 5, 2016

Google Pixel Rumors: Retailers Leak Images, Specs Of Upcoming Smartphones Ahead Of Google Pixel Release Date

Google Pixel and Pixel XL specs and images have been leaked by UK-based carrier Carphone Warehouse ahead of the device's launch on Oct. 4. However, the pricing of the handsets continues to remain shrouded in mystery.

Google October 3, 2016

Google Pixel, Pixel XL Rumor And Leak Roundup: Everything You Need To Know Before The Big Oct. 4 Event

Rumors and leaks about the upcoming Google Pixel and Pixel XL have been generously cropping up online, and before the company's big Oct. 4 event kicks off, here's a roundup of the details surrounding the smartphones.

Google October 2, 2016

Bell Canada Jumps The Gun With Google Pixel And Pixel XL Preorder Pages, But You Can't Get Them Just Yet

Google will formally introduce its new Pixel and Pixel XL on Oct. 4, but Bell Canada jumped the gun in advance. The Canadian carrier has already listed the upcoming Google Pixel smartphones on its website, before the big unveiling.

Google October 2, 2016

Google Faces Hefty Fine In EU For Violating Antitrust Regulations To Push Android Over Rivals

EU antitrust regulators have warned Google on several occasions to play nice with rivals, apparently to no avail. Google is now facing a hefty fine if it doesn't stop paying phone makers to preload Google Search exclusively on their devices.

Google October 2, 2016

Google Maps For Android Now Shows Your Calendar Events

Google's latest update to its Maps application integrates Calendar to give users a visual reference to their appointments. Calendar entries will begin showing up in the app as events as well as the directions to get there.

Google October 1, 2016

Google's Tilt Brush Painting App To Get Multiplayer Mode: Create Works Of Art With Your Friends

Google's Tilt Brush is similar to Windows' Paintbrush application although it is built for the VR platform. The announced multiplayer mode allows users to draw, collaborate and create ideas with others in the same virtual space.

Google October 1, 2016

Google Express Delivery Service Hits Northeast With 3-Month Free Trial In Challenge To Amazon Prime

Google Express is rolling out to 12 states in the Northeast in a bid to take on Amazon Prime. Customers can now sign up for a free three-month trial of the service.

Google September 30, 2016

Google iOS App Now Comes With Incognito Mode, YouTube Support

Google has improved its security features on its app when it runs through the iOS. The incognito mode shields a user’s activities by keeping the browsing history out of sight.

Google September 29, 2016

Google Translate Receives Huge Accuracy Boost Through The Power Of Neural Networks

Google has deployed the Google Neural Machine Translation system to provide a boost to its Google Translate service using neural networks. According to the company, using GNMT will reduce translation errors by a massive 60 percent.

Google September 28, 2016

New Low-Bandwidth Versions Of Google Apps Targeting India: Why Go Through The Trouble Of Getting The Country Online?

Google is releasing versions of its apps and services geared toward users with low-bandwidth connections, primarily users from India. Why is the company going through all the trouble to give Indians better access to the internet?

Google September 27, 2016

Google Oct. 4 Event Roundup: Pixel And Pixel XL Smartphones, Chromecast Ultra, Wi-Fi Router, Daydream VR And More

Google's Oct. 4 event is about to kick off, but before it does, here's a roundup of what to expect there, ranging from the rumored Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones to the Chromecast Ultra and the company's Wi-Fi routers.

Google September 27, 2016

Chromecast Ultra Leaked Ahead Of Oct. 4 Event: Here's What Google's New 4K Streaming Dongle Looks Like

A photo of Google's third-generation Chromecast recently leaked, ahead of Google's Oct. 4 launch event. The dongle looks very similar to its predecessor, and will reportedly support 4K Ultra HD streaming.

Google September 26, 2016

Google Pixel Smartphone Revealed In New Leaked Image

The anticipated Google Pixel smartphone finally gets a clear leaked image, and if this turns out to be the finalized design, then we're looking at a pretty straightforward handset.

Google September 26, 2016

Google Pixel 3 Laptop Reportedly In The Works, Rocking 'Andromeda' OS Merged From Android And Chrome

Rumors of a hybrid Andromeda OS merging Chrome OS and Android have been circling for a while now, but more information is now available. A new report now details an Andromeda-powered Pixel 3 laptop set for Q3 2017, with intriguing specs in tow.

Google September 27, 2016

More Google Pixel And Pixel XL Renders Pop Up Online

The Pixel and Pixel XL are expected in October, but until then a slew of rumors and renders are hitting the online environment. The Google phones recently got new renders on Twitter, but they are not what you think.

Google September 26, 2016

Google Project Loon Now Also Using Artificial Intelligence: Machine Learning Allowed Balloon To Stay Up In Air For 98 Days

Project Loon tapped artificial intelligence, specifically machine learning, to improve the navigation system of its internet-providing balloons. One balloon was able to stay up in Peruvian airspace at a precise location for 98 days.

Google September 27, 2016

Google Testing Android, Chrome OS Hybrid On HTC Nexus 9: Will Andromeda Be Unveiled On Oct. 4?

There have long been rumors of Google combining Android and Chrome OS into one operating system. Internally codenamed Andromeda, will the hybrid OS finally be unveiled on Oct. 4?

Google September 25, 2016

Chrome OS Stable Version Now Grants Beta Access To Google Play Store: Select Chromebooks Can Now Run Mobile Apps

Google has rolled out a Chrome OS update that allows users to access the Google Play Store on the stable version. With the update, users can now run Android apps on their Chromebooks, but there's a catch.

Google September 25, 2016

Despite Privacy Concerns, Google Allo Scored More Than 1 Million Downloads Already

Google Allo made its debut just a few days ago, but it already raked in more than 1 million installs on Google Play. The number may not be as high as that of Google Duo, but it's still impressive considering the controversy Allo stirred over data collection and privacy concerns.

Google September 25, 2016

Google Scraps All Chrome Branding In First Chromecast Preview Firmware: This is NOT 'Beta,' Says Google

Google has released a new Chromecast firmware version into its freshly launched Chromecast Preview Program. Users, however, are reporting that the new firmware is devoid of almost all Chrome branding.

Google September 26, 2016

Google Teases 'Something Sweet' To Celebrate Android's 8th Birthday

Google's Android operating system turned 8 years old on Sept. 23. To commemorate the occasion, Google posted a mysterious tweet hinting at the arrival of 'something sweet' on Sept. 24.

Google September 26, 2016

Google Self-Driving Car Gets Into Worst Accident Yet: Is The Autonomous Car At Fault This Time?

Google confirms that one of its automated vehicles was involved in an accident in Mountain View, California. No one was injured but the vehicle sustained serious damage after being hit by a van.

Google September 24, 2016

Google Wifi To Be Unveiled On Oct. 4: $129 Routers That Can Form Large Wireless Networks To Cover All Parts Of Your Home

At its upcoming Oct. 4 event, Google is said to be unveiling the Google Wifi. The wireless router, which will have a starting price of $129, can ensure that all parts of the home will have a strong Wi-Fi signal.

Google September 24, 2016

Google Daydream VR Platform Now Open To Developers As It Steps Out Of Beta

Google Daydream VR includes both VR interface and VR hardware (headset and VR controller) that are used with a compatible Android phone. The SDK kit and other developer tools are now available to programmers.

Google September 23, 2016

Google Pixel Advertising Goes Big - Literally: Are You Ready For The Oct. 4 Unveiling?

Google is going big with its Pixel advertising -- literally big. In addition to teaser clips, a dedicated website and other ads before the big unveiling on Oct. 4, Google is taking over an immense electronic billboard at Times Square, New York.

Google September 22, 2016

Are You Planning To Root The Google Pixel Smartphones? Sorry, You Might Have To Wait A While

For users who are looking to root the upcoming Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones of Google, you might have to wait a while. Discovered code reveals that the current rooting methods will not work with the devices.

Google September 22, 2016

Google Pixel And Pixel XL Won't Be Waterproof, But Will Have An IP53 Water-Resistant Rating: Rumor

The Google Pixel and Pixel XL won't be waterproof, according to a rumor. However, as a consolation of sorts, it could have an IP53 dust- and water-resistant rating.

Google September 21, 2016

Google Gigabit Internet Can Finally Roll Out In Nashville Following Final Approval Of Metro Council

Google registered another victory in Nashville, where the Metro Council gave a voice vote for the passing of a new law that would allow for the quick deployment of Google Fiber on its utility poles. AT&T and Comcast are displeased with the law, and might attack it in court.

Google September 21, 2016

Google Starts Getting Rid Of Any References To Google Now: Brand-New Assistant On The Way?

Google dropped any mention of Google Now in its recent beta release of its mobile search app, speculated to make way for Google Assistant. Now cards and Now on Tap now refer to as Feed and Screen Search, respectively.

Google September 21, 2016

Google To Unveil New Smartphone On Oct. 4: Pixel, Pixel XL About To Be Revealed?

Google will announce its next smartphone on Oct. 4 at an upcoming hardware event in San Francisco, and it could be the Pixel or Pixel XL or both.

Google September 20, 2016

Google Acquires API.AI To Push Development Of Bots That Are Easy To Talk To

Google acquires API.AI to leverage its own AI initiatives. The acquired company makes popular products that feature conversational interfaces for an array of smart devices, vehicles, home devices and applications, among others.

Google September 20, 2016

Google Photos Gets Faster Way To Share Content And 'Creative Concepts' Feature For Mini-Movies

Google introduced new features for its proprietary photos application, enabling users to easily share photos across friends, even those who don't have the app installed. A new concept-based feature, creating movies around a certain theme will also roll out today.

Google September 20, 2016

With Google Trips, You're Going Places: Meet Your New Personal Travel Guide [Video]

Google Trips is a hot new app for Android and iOS, aiming to serve as your personal travel guide so you can worry less about organizing your trip and more about having fun. Here's what this free app has in mind.

Google September 19, 2016

Google Play Books Makes It Easier To ‘Discover’ New Titles With New Feature

Google has announced the launch of a new 'Discover' feature for Google Play Books. Discover makes it easier to see personalized recommendations and find the most buzzed-about book the user should read next.

Google September 19, 2016

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