According to a report from Bloomberg that cites a source familiar with the matter, Nest is working on at least three new products: A Nest Thermostat that will cost less than $200, a home security alarm system, plus remote room sensors to go along with new and existing thermostats. (more…)
This year’s Google I/O is set to take place in May, but rumors are already hitting the web, detailing what we might see at the annual Google-tastic developer conference. (more…)
Google just posted the Android security update for March 2017 and the files are already live for a number of devices. We were expecting this in part because of Verizon’s early acknowledgement of the update, but also because it’s the first Monday of the month.
So far, we are seeing 7.1.1 files for Pixel and Pixel XL (NOF27B, NOF27C), Pixel C (N4F26T), Nexus 6P (N4F26T, NUF26N), Nexus 5X (N4F26T), Nexus 6 (N6F26U), Nexus Player (NMF27D), and Nexus 9 (N4F26T). (more…)
Just in case you had any doubts about the future of Google’s newly introduced line of premium Pixel devices, Google senior VP of hardware, Rick Osterloh, has put them to bed. During a quick chat with the crew at AndroidPit, Osterloh confirmed that they’ll be back with a “successor” to the original Pixel and that it will stay in the “premium” realm of smartphones. (more…)
Allo, Google’s messenger application whose target audience is the size of Rhode Island, is receiving an update today that makes it easier to launch Google Assistant. The update will also add animated emoji and make GIF searching more fun. I say “fun” because there are swipes involved. Swipe are fun, right?
I could now take some time to talk about how all of that works, but Google created these fancy GIFs that do it better. Ready for hot GIF action on a Thursday morning? Here we go. (more…)
Even though we spotted a job listing last year that hinted at the possibility of a new Chromebook Pixel in the works, Google squashed any hope of that becoming a reality today, during an interview at MWC. According to TechCrunch, Google’s hardware boss, Rick Osterloh, said that the company has “no plans to do one right now.” (more…)