Tag Archive: Google


Google Pixel 3 vs. Google Pixel 3 XL: Which should you buy?

Most phones come in just one size … but Google gives us two options with the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. We’ve used both to find the high and low points to help you decide which size is right for you.

Google Pixel 3

Compact yet powerful

$ 799 at Google Store

Pros Easily usable in one hand Stereo speakers Wireless charging Cons Weak battery life No headphone jack

It’s a relatively small phone,  [Read More…]

Marshall finally releases speaker duo with Google Assistant

Marshall is known for its guitar amps and pricey retro-style speakers (and they look pretty sweet). A few months ago the company announced a duo of  Bluetooth speakers called the Stanmore II Voice and Action II Voice with Amazon Alexa baked in, with a Google Assistant version to come.

Now Marshall has made good on its word with the Assistant versions of the two speakers out now. Both feature Google Assistant support, not just with a mic, but a proper far  [Read More…]

Hey Google, what is Dome Glass?

Edge-to-edge protection designed to fully protect your Google Pixel 3!

The Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL have arrived, and although the shock of the notch has not quite gone away, it’s still up to you to make sure it stays looking fresh. Whitestone provides a true “Full-screen adhesive” tempered glass screen protector for your new device and it is the premier specialized brand for the high-end market of cellular devices. So whether you prefer black,  [Read More…]

What are the best books to read along with Disney on Google Home?

Best answer: Our favorite book to read along with Disney is Peter Pan. While all the books offer an immersive reading experience, Peter Pan is by far most detailed and fun. We love the Google Home Mini for using this feature too as it can fit into nearly any place in your home.

Amazon: Peter Pan ($ 4) Target: Google Home Mini ($ 29) Let’s read along with Disney

An awesome way to get your kids to  [Read More…]

Google Shopping gets a new look and features in India

A new home page helps you find what you’re looking for and save money.

Google’s Shopping tab has been around for a while now, and while it’s helpful here and there, it’s been in need of an overhaul. Starting today in India, Google Shopping is getting the attention it deserves with a revamped UI and a bundle of new features.

The first thing you’ll notice right off the bat is the all-new Shopping home page. Here, you  [Read More…]

This 2-in-1 Smart Plug works with Amazon Alexa and Google Home, just $20

If you’ve ever thought about smartening up your home, but don’t quite know where to start, we’ve got a suggestion. Dip your toes into the connected home waters by making your wall outlets smart.

The 2-in-1 Smart Plug from Syncwire is currently offered for just $ 20 through the AndroidGuys Deals Store and is the perfect starter accessory. In essence, it turns one wall outlet into two, and gives them new levels of control.

Once you’ve got this in place you  [Read More…]

How to take the best Night Sight photos with your Google Pixel

Google’s cameras have always been spectacular in low light, but with the new Night Sight feature they’re truly spectacular even in extreme darkness. One of the best parts about Night Sight is that it was released for all Pixel phones, not just the latest models. And if you want to make the most of Night Sight on all of these phones, you’ll want to know these tips and tricks.

Products used in this guide Google Store: Google Pixel  [Read More…]

How to take a screenshot on the Google Pixel 3

The Pixel 3 offers one of the simplest software experiences you can get, and that’s carried over into its screenshot feature. Thankfully with Android 9 Pie, Google’s added a few features to make its screenshot a bit more capable and competitive, but it’s still easy as ever to capture and share. Here’s how you get it done.

Products used in this guide Google Store: Google Pixel 3 ($ 799) How to take a screenshot on the Google Pixel  [Read More…]

Google+ faces another data breach, shut down moved up four months to April

The new leak exposed personal info for 52.5 million users.

A little less than two months ago, it was announced that Google+ would be closing its doors to consumers in August 2019 following a three-year-long data breach. Now, Google’s revealed that it’s moving that date up to April 2019 thanks to, you guessed it, another data leak.

The bug that caused for this new round of leaked data was only around for six days (November 7 –  [Read More…]

Google Fit updated with breathing exercises and home screen widgets

There are also improvements to the homepage and manually-added workouts.

We’ve really been enjoying Google Fit following its overhaul this past August, and now as we head towards the end of the year, Google’s issuing its first big update since then to add a couple smaller features to flesh the platform out a bit more.

For folks using Google Fit on an Android phone, you’ll soon have access to home screen widgets. These were oddly removed when  [Read More…]