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Google Pixel 5 leak reveals design and specs

Next week Google is hosting an event to introduce new Pixel phones, but a new leak has revealed most of the details of the new Pixel flagship early. The Google Pixel 5 has leaked out today, including images that show off the design of the device and specs that let us know what’s inside. The renders show a device that’s similar to the Pixel 4a that launched recently, including the hole-punch display, but the bezels around … [read full article]

Google event on September 30 will bring new Pixel phones

Google’s new Pixel phones are coming later this month. Google today announced an event for September 30 that’ll include “new Pixel phones” as well as a “new Chromecast” and the company’s “latest smart speaker”. The event will begin at 11:00 am PT / 2:00 pm ET. It’s likely that both the Pixel 5 and Pixel 4a 5G are the new phones Google is referring to. Both models were teased by Google last month when it … [read full article]

Android 11 releasing today with lots of new features

Today’s a good day for Google Pixel owners, because the Android 11 update is officially starting its rollout. Google is unleashing the Android 11 update to the public today. It’s available to most Pixel phones, ranging from the Pixel 2 forward, so if you’ve got one of those models you can begin checking for the update now. Some owners of non-Pixel devices are starting to get their taste of Android 11 today, too. Google … [read full article]

Google confirms Pixel 5 and Pixel 4a 5G, launching this fall

Today Google officially launched the Pixel 4a, its newest low-cost Android phone. But that’s not the only new device that Google confirmed today. Google has revealed that it’ll launch the Pixel 4a 5G and Pixel 5 this fall. Both phones will include 5G connectivity, and Google has also confirmed that the Pixel 4a 5G will cost $499. No pricing for the Pixel 5 has been given, though. Both the Pixel 4a 5G and Pixel 5 … [read full article]

Google Pixel 4a official, now available for pre-order for $349

Last year, Google made a major addition to its Pixel family with the launch of the affordable Pixel 3a. Now Google is back with the even more affordable Pixel 4a. The Google Pixel 4a is now official and it’s priced at $349, making it $50 cheaper than when the Pixel 3a launched last year. For that price you get the same 12.2MP camera with dual pixel phase detection autofocus that’s found in the flagship Pixel 4. … [read full article]

Pixel 4a image leaked by Google Store

  Google has accidentally shown off the Pixel 4a before giving the phone a real announcement. The Pixel 4a briefly appeared on the Google Store home page in Canada today. An official image for the phone was attached to some text that said “Nest Wifi” and “Wi-Fi the way it should be.” But rather than the Nest Wifi router, the image showed the unannounced Pixel 4a. The home page has since been updated and the Pixel … [read full article]

T-Mobile Tuesdays offering 3 months of Google’s Stadia Pro free

Last week we learned that T-Mobile would be giving out deals like a free Redbox rental and a Reebok discount this Tuesday. Now T-Mo has added another T-Mobile Tuesdays deal that you can score today. T-Mobile customers can now get 3 months of Google’s Stadia Pro gaming service for free. New Google Stadia users can load up the T-Mobile Tuesdays app on their Android or iOS device to claim their free 3-month subscription. Stadia is … [read full article]

Google releases big Pixel feature drop update with lots of improvements

Today’s the start of a new month and Google is going big for Pixel owners by releasing a software update with lots of new features and improvements. Getting better sleep is a big focus of this month’s Pixel feature drop update. Google is adding a new Bedtime tab to its Clock app that’ll let you set a regular bedtime and wake-up schedule, which can help improve your quality of sleep if you follow it. The app … [read full article]

T-Mobile teams with Google to enable RCS messaging with Android users around the world

T-Mobile first began utilizing RCS way back in 2015, but when it first rolled out it was only available on a single device. Fast-forward to today and RCS on T-Mobile customers send more than 700 million RCS messages each day, and the RCS experience is about to get even bigger. T-Mobile has teamed up with Google to implement a full standards-based RCS Universal Profile 1.0 interconnect with Google’s Messages chat. This means that T-Mo and … [read full article]