Google’s Pixel 4 seems like the company’s best smartphone outing to date, but there are details that didn’t quite make the keynote. Here are a few Pixel 4 tidbits you might have missed, like some interesting
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Google Pixel 4 deals headline today’s 9to5Toys Lunch Break alongside a notable discount on Lenovo’s Tab 4 10 Plus at $100. Hit the jump for all that and more. Following yesterday’s event, the Google Pixel
Google’s Pixel 4 and 4 XL are here at last, after a mountain of leaks. Preorders are beginning today, and the actual phones ship in just over a week. So let’s assume your heart is set on a new Pixel phone,
The Pixel 4 and 4 XL will launch without one of the original great reasons for owning a Pixel phone: free unlimited photo backups to Google Photos at full resolution. Google’s website for the new devices
Use it to unlock your phone and wave at Pokemon. Yep, Google's new Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL phones will have radar built-in. At a glitzy launch event in New York City, the company reiterated that both handsets
At an event in New York City this morning, Google took the wraps off the latest additions to its four-year-old Pixel smartphone portfolio: the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL. They’re successors to the Pixel 3
The Pixel 4 is just hours away from being official at Google’s ‘Made By Google’ event that’s happening in New York City. More than anything else, it’s the Pixel 4 camera that everyone is buzzed about.
Over the weekend a source at Best Buy told us that the Pixel 4 XL could start at an eye-watering $999. Now, just a day before the launch event, a new report claims much more reasonable pricing for the
This year’s Made by Google event takes place today, October 15. Google is planning to unveil the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL, alongside several other new products and announcements. For those of you who don’t
There are a lot of places to write words. Some obvious places include a blog, a diary, a journal, a word processor, or even a notepad. Maybe you want to learn more words? Word apps is a fairly large genre.
Everything you've touched is now on your face. Think about it. You can't see it with the naked eye, but your smartphone is likely to be crawling with bacteria—perhaps even with more than your toilet seat.