It's the first Monday of the month, so today we're treated to the latest Android software update from Google. The May update includes the usual security patches, of course, but it also comes with some Pixel-specific stuff.
Google is finally looking to give AirPods Pro a run for their money.
Google’s recent Pixel software updates haven’t always landed flawlessly. At the end of last year, for instance, the company was forced to pause the release of an OTA after reports that the software caused the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro to drop calls. More recently, the March update introduced an issue that left the company’s latest phones producing much weaker notifications when you got a notification. Many Pixel 6 and 6 Pro owners complained after Google released the update, noting that no matter what...
Google has revealed a new batch of Pixel devices at Google I/O, plus offered up some teasers for devices that will launch in the coming months
Google IO 2022 is fast approaching, but as well as software will we also see the Pixel 6a there?
At its I/O developer conference today, Google not only made the Pixel 6a and Pixel Buds Pro official, but also teased a bunch of new products coming in the future.
Google hails the Pixel 6 line a success, even with difficult supply constraints facing much of the tech industry this year. The company shared a bit of sales insight on the devices at I/O this week, declaring that it’s the fastest selling Pixel line to date. Not only that, but Google says it sold more
Google has announced a number of new products and software at its annual I/O conference, including the long-rumored Pixel 6a, the Pixel Watch, a pair of Pixel Buds Pro with Active Noise Cancellation, and new versions of Android and Wear OS.Google Pixel WatchAfter months of rumors about a first-party Google smartwatch, the company has officially released the Pixel Watch. The device is essentially the Android version of the Apple Watch, with swappable bands, heart rate monitoring, and a sleek...
Google used its I/O Developer Conference this year to introduce the world to the latest family of Pixel products, including
Being predictable isn't always a bad thing.
For most of its existence, Google has been seen as a software and services company. It’s the company millions rely on for search, emails, and documents. But if today’s Google I/O presentation is anything to go by, Google really wants to make sure it’s known as a hardware company too. Granted, Google has been building its hardware portfolio for years now, but that’s sometimes felt like a sidegig for the company — more products that could end up in the Google graveyard. That really changed when...
According to a leaked image of a case, the Google Pixel 7 series could maintain the 'visor-like' design of the Pixel 6.