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Google Accidentally Confirms the Pixel 5

A commit in the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) code has confirmed what we all suspected: Google's made a Pixel 5. Read More >>

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Google’s New Recorder App Has an Unofficial Workaround, No Pixel Required

When Google announced the Pixel 4, one of the things we were most excited for was the new Google Recorder app. It could transcribe your recordings live and offline! Around the world, journalists, students, and anyone who might need meeting transcripts raised their eyes heavenward and whispered a quiet “Thank you, Jesus.” The only hitch? The new app was exclusive to Pixel phones, starting with the Pixel 2. But now, there’s an unofficial workaround that should benefit most Android users. Read More >>

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Google Sneaks More Upgrades Into the Pixel Feature Drop

Just a couple weeks ago, Google announced its first Pixel feature drop that added a bunch of new software upgrades including automatic call screening, better quality video calls in Duo, and more. But now that the update has finally arrived, it appears Google has snuck in more new updates to the Pixel 4. Read More >>

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Google Packs a Bunch of Software Upgrades into Its First Pixel Feature Drop

It’s the season of giving, and it seems that in spirit of Christmas, Google is rewarding Pixel phones owners with a slate of software upgrades as part of its first Pixel feature drop. Read More >>

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The Pixel 4’s Live Caption Feature Is Now Available on Pixel 3 and 3a

The Pixel 3a was already one of my favourite phones of the year, but now (alongside the standard Pixel 3) it’s getting even better: Google is porting over the Pixel 4's Live Caption feature to both versions of the Pixel 3. Read More >>

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Original Google Pixel No Longer Receiving Security Updates

Google just released a November update for Pixel phones... and there was something missing. Read More >>

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Pixel 4 Review: It Wins By Being More Human

Some phones look to impress with an abundance of tech, while others promise simplicity and a tightly knit ecosystem. But when it comes to Pixel phones, Google leans on its expertise in software. Last year, it felt like things finally came together on the Pixel 3 thanks to features like Night Sight, Call Screen, Now Playing song identification, and more. But for the new Pixel 4, Google has put a twist on its typical software-first approach by creating a smartphone that responds to you less like a computer and more like a human. Read More >>

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The Pixel 4 Is Redefining the ‘Smart’ in Smartphone

After three generations of Pixel phones, Google wants the Pixel 4 to be the start of a new era. Read More >>

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Every Exciting Google Assistant Feature Announced Today

Made by Google 2019 is finally underway. And thanks to the Pixel 4 getting leaked to the point of exhaustion, we had a pretty good idea of what to expect heading in. But the tech titan still managed to unveil some surprises on the Google Assistant front, with new applications and integrations across Google’s devices. Read More >>

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Leaks and Code Clues Suggest Google Has More Nifty Camera Features Planned for Pixel 4

While Google still hasn’t set an official date for its annual autumn product showcase, thanks to inside sources and a recent APK teardown, we may have just got a preview of some new camera features set to debut on the Pixel 4. Read More >>

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Google Looks to One-Up Apple with Face Unlock and New Motion Sense Gestures on Pixel 4

About a month and a half ago, even though we’re still a couple of months out from its expected launch later this fall, Google released the first official pic of Pixel 4 . Then today, Google teased another couple features for its upcoming flagship smartphone including face unlock and a new type of gesture recognition tech. Read More >>

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How Much is Your Face Worth? Google Says £4

How do you train a facial recognition AI reportedly sophisticated enough to rival Apple’s Face ID technology? Simple: You offer strangers $5 if they lend you their faces. Read More >>

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Google Pixel 4 Leaks Purport to Show Huge Front Bezel, Cutout for Mystery Component

Google’s forthcoming Pixel 4 series smartphones will have giant bezels on the front of the device containing space for some kind of mystery component, according to images leaked on Twitter. Read More >>

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What’s Really Going on With These Amazon and Google Gadget ‘Experiments’?

This glorious Monday comes with two interesting titbits for gadget lovers. First off, Amazon reportedly hasn’t ruled out launching another smartphone despite the debacle of its first attempt, the Fire Phone. Second, a CNET interview with Google’s Pixel team lead Mario Queiroz reveals the company is experimenting with foldable phones. Exciting, right? Read More >>

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Google Announced the Android Q Beta Will be Available on Loads of New Phones

Google rolled out the Android Q beta on its Pixel handsets back in March and touched on some of the new features users can expect to see during Google I/O yesterday. If you've been itching to try it on your non-Google handset, you could be in luck. Read More >>