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Google goes back to Chromebook basics with new Pixelbook Go

Google’s going back to a more simpler time for its latest laptop, the Pixelbook Go. Well, at least a more simple design.

As part of its October 15 hardware event in New York, Google introduced its Pixelbook Go, a more traditional approach to laptops.  It’s a Chrome OS device that’s clean and straight-forward with a price that ranges from $ 650-$ 1,400.

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Stellaris: Galaxy Command steals Halo 4 artwork, pulled down temporarily

A new mobile game from Paradox Interactive has been pulled because fans noticed some similarities to another game’s art.

What you need to know Stellaris: Galaxy Command is a spin on the popular strategy game Stellaris. Players noticed that the game was using artwork taken from Halo 4. The game has been taken offline temporarily to remove this artwork. Paradox Interactive issued an apology on Twitter.

Earlier today, we reported on the announcement of Stellaris: Galaxy Command,  [Read More…]

Google’s new Pixel Buds won’t be here until 2020

Google today announced a number of new products at its hardware event, including the Pixel 4 phones and a refreshed Google Nest Mini. Also getting a few minutes in the spotlight? Google’s updated Pixel Buds.

As a successor to the 2017 Pixel Buds, Google’s second-gen experience is re-engineered and truly wireless. They’ll feature a long-range Bluetooth connection, offer hands-free access to Google Assistant, come with a water and sweat resistant coating.

READ: How to get a free Google Pixel 4  [Read More…]

The Nest Wifi is a boring product with some brilliant ideas

Nest Wifi might be boring from a tech-spec point of view, but the speaker built into The Point creates an entirely new product category.

Google took to the stage today to launch several new products, one of which is a follow-up to the most successful product they’ve ever launched in a single category. Google Wifi has been a runaway success on all counts, and the follow-up, Nest Wifi, is an improvement in many key areas.

But the  [Read More…]

Here’s how to get a free Google Pixel 4 or save hundreds on one

It’s Google Pixel 4 time. And that means Pixel 4 deals time, too.

Google’s latest smartphone, the Pixel 4 is up for pre-sale, with general availability slated for October 24. For the 2019 flagship things get interesting as there are plenty of places to purchase the phone. This year marks the first time all major carriers are lined up to offer the device. And then there are also retailers, too.

If you’re on the hunt for a new phone, and  [Read More…]

Google is killing Daydream VR

The Pixel 4 doesn’t support the platform, and the View headset is no longer on sale.

What you need to know Daydream VR is (or was) Google’s platform for pushing virtual reality content using just smartphones. The company’s Pixel 4 series does not support the platform. Google’s first-party Daydream View headset has also been discontinued.

Google has all but abandoned Daydream VR, it seems. After dropping support for the platform on the Pixel 3a earlier in the  [Read More…]

Eager to buy the Pixel 4? Here are the best places to purchase it!

Best answer: If you want to buy the Pixel 4, you have plenty of options to choose from. You can get the phone directly through the Google Store, via your local carrier on an installment plan, or unlocked through sites like B&H.

The default choice: Google Pixel 4 (From $ 799 at B&H) Go big or go home: Google Pixel 4 XL (From $ 899 at B&H) Believe it or not, the Google Store is selling the  [Read More…]

Will Pixel 4 work with 5G NR?

Best answer: No, the Pixel 4 will not support 5G connectivity. The Pixel 4 does support 4G LTE, which should be more than enough for most people. If you want 5G you’re going to need a compatible phone.

5G service on Verizon: Samsung Galaxy Note10+ 5G (From $ 37/mo. at Verizon) Get 5G on Sprint: OnePlus 7 Pro 5G (From $ 20/mo. at Sprint) No 5G, but do you need it?

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Can’t decide between the Pixel 4 XL and OnePlus 7 Pro? We’re here to help

Camera king Google Pixel 4 XL

From $ 799 at B&H

Pros First Pixel with a 90Hz display Outstanding cameras Powerful face unlock system Three years of guaranteed updates Cons Maxes out at 6GB RAM Smaller battery

The Pixel 4 XL takes Google’s proven Pixel formula and cranks things up to 11. This is the first Pixel phone with a 90Hz display, dual rear cameras, and more than 4GB of RAM. We’re also intrigued by the  [Read More…]

Google Nest Mini gets a refresh for fall 2019

It’s not just Pixel phones that Google introduced at its annual hardware event as the company had other products up its sleeves, too.

The second generation of Google Nest Mini (formerly Home Mini) is out, and at first blush, closely resembles its predecessor. However, a closer look reveals there are some subtle changes in store for fall 2019.

Whereas the first-gen featured an orange bottom, the underside of the speakers now match the color of the fabric. Speaking of colors,  [Read More…]