The Pixel is by far one of my favorite smartphones ever, but it’s far from perfect. I’ve owned quite a few Android devices, and while the Pixel delivers an experience like no other, it is a good time a wishlist was compiled for Google to consider for the second generation Pixel.
Were you experiencing an unusual amount of pages not loading? It’s not your computer or your internet connection; it’s actually Amazon’s fault.
LG has opted for a complete redesign over their last iteration of the G series of smartphones, and the G6 brings to the table a lot of new features wrapped in a beautiful industrial design.
In a special event at the ongoing Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the company announced its very first Android smartphones—three of them in fact: Nokia 6, Nokia 5 and the Nokia 3. They also announced a modern day reincarnation of the legendary (and heavily memed) Nokia 3310—“for fun,” they said. I foresee a lot of people going to buy it for the exact same reason.
Today Google announced that the Google Assistant, previously exclusive to the Pixel, will now make its way onto all Android devices running Marshmallow or Nougat. It was bound to happen.
The response for Allo hasn’t been at all great since it launched back in late September last year. However, Google’s VP of Communications Products has recently tweeted a picture of a functioning desktop client for Allo in development—one of the app’s biggest missing features compared to Hangouts.
Update 2/11: The post has been updated with the B&H links for the LG Watch Style.
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After a year of negative news in the smartwatch industry, Google is finally trying to freshen things up for Android Wear.
The stock Pixel Launcher is a clean and simple design with its round icons and minimalistic look. Here are two ways to get your device to look as close to a Pixel without custom ROMs.
After a countless number of leaks, the LG Watch Style and Sport have finally been announced.