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Pixel 4 pre-order page leaked on Best Buy Canada’s website

The page showed a spec comparison between the Pixel 4 and 4 XL.

What you need to know Google is set to launch the Pixel 4 and 4 XL on October 15. Best Buy put up the pre-order page for the new smartphones a few days too early. It reveals all the phones’ major specifications and features.

Continuing in the grand tradition of Google smartphones being leaked to the moon and back before launch, Best Buy Canada  [Read More…]

Google Maps dark mode teased on the Android Instagram page

It’s been a long time coming, but it looks like dark mode for all apps is nearly upon us.

What you need to know Dark mode will automatically change the app theme when enabled in Android 10. Google Maps is getting a new dark mode that’s darker than the current night mode. Chrome dark mode could be finalized soon, if this teaser is any indication.

This week has seen a slew of updates that finally enable dark  [Read More…]

Google Assistant gets new ‘Your people’ page to add contact relationships

The feature enables Assistant to help you share and keep in touch with the important people in your life.

What you need to know Google Assistant’s ‘Your People’ feature has been revamped in the latest stable and beta releases of the Google app. The simpler interface lets you easily view and manage members in your Google family group. Previously, users could establish connections in the “Your People” section only by using their voice.

Google has revamped the  [Read More…]

T-Mobile is now adding bloatware to the Google Discover page

Available first on the new REVVLRY and REVVLRY+.

What you need to know T-Mobile’s new REVVLRY phones now come with T-Mobile Play. T-Mobile Play is integrated in the Google Discover page. It’s a hub for on-demand videos from FOX Sports, Family Feud, and others.

T-Mobile’s REVVLRY and REVVLRY+ phones are available for purchase starting today, and while they’re bound to be solid handsets considering they’re essentially just rebrands of the Moto G7 Play and Moto G7, it’s  [Read More…]

Google’s search results page is getting a tiny splash of color

Google starts rolling out Material Theme icons next to search filter categories.

What you need to know Google is adding icons next to search filter categories on the desktop. The icons add a splash of color to the search results page. The feature is rolling out to all users.

Earlier this year, Google started testing Material Theme icons next to the Search menu filters. The feature is now being rolled out to all desktop users starting today.

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Amazon page confirms the Fire TV Cube is a real product, coming soon

Amazon confirms the existence of the Fire TV Cube, an upcoming product which is expected to be a mix between a Fire TV and Echo speaker.

The post Amazon page confirms the Fire TV Cube is a real product, coming soon appeared first on AndroidGuys.

OnePlus ‘all set’ to launch the OnePlus 6 in India, Amazon’s ‘Notify Me’ page going live today

We don’t have a launch date yet, but the OnePlus 6 listing is going up on Amazon India later today.

After weeks of rumors, leaks, and teasers, it looks like we’re finally close to the launch of the OnePlus 6. The company has sent out a media note stating that it is “all set” to launch the OnePlus 6 in India “soon,” with the phone’s listing set to go live on Amazon India later tonight (at 00:00  [Read More…]

Page speed will soon affect Google Search results on mobile

The change will officially begin this July.

When you search for something, finding the best answers as quickly as possible is key. This is important when browsing on your desktop, but even more so when doing it from your phone. According to Google, this is the reason it’ll be tweaking how search results are displayed later this year.

Starting July 2018, search results on mobile will use page speed as a factor to determine what’s placed up  [Read More…]

Google is running customer surveys in the Pixel 2’s settings page

Um, whatcha doing, Google?

Although Google’s been around since the late 90s, Google as a hardware company is still very young. The Pixel and Google Home from 2016 were the first two major hardware releases we saw, and Google followed those up this year with the Pixel 2, Home Mini/Max, Pixelbook, Pixel Buds, and more.

The Pixel 2 is an incredible phone that we’ve raved about more than once, but it looks like Google is feeling a  [Read More…]