Google unveiled its Nexus Q social media streaming sphere at yesterday’s I/O keynote and we were eager to get our hands on the new gadget. Thankfully, all attendees of this year’s event were treated to the Q along with a new Nexus 7 and Galaxy Nexus. We’ve wasted no time tearing it from its cardboard prison to take a look at what comes inside the box. We’re still a bit hesitant about how the Nexus Q will be received among the general population, but Google did a pretty good job of hyping it up on stage at Google I/O. Has anyone bit the bullet and placed a pre-order yet?
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While smart TV makers are keen on wowing you with the promise of “Netflix and Chill” at the click of a button, we’re going to buck the trend and take the stance that you shouldn’t buy an Android TV with Chromecast built-in.
Google customer support has confirmed that the company will not void the warranty for any Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL owners who have rooted their devices.
The OnePlus 5T rumor mill has been churning lately and these latest images with a fingerprint sensor on the back fuel that fire.
Zack of JerryRigEverything finally got his hands on the Pixel 2 and puts it through his classic torture test. The Pixel 2…. does poorly.
Looking for something fun to do this month? Noodlecake has announced that zombie road-trip survival sim Death Road to Canada is finally coming to Android.
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The latest beta of the Google app (7.14.15) get some cool customization tools for the Search widget.
more_vertSamsung & Google ARCore
Today, Samsung and Google announced a partnership to bring ARCore to Galaxy smartphones. This is a huge step in ARCore being a viable competitor to Apple’s ARKit.
As the company seemingly struggles with sales, the Essential Phone has been discounted by $200, bringing the price down to just $499.