While Amazon continues to innovate and produce creative ways to get Alexa into our lives, Google offers up only a handful of competing products.
The "display" part of smart displays has been hugely underutilized but with widgets, the experience could be truly game-changing.
The affordable Pixel 3a has been a breakout hit for Google, but soon it will get some competition from Apple when it launches a new $400 iPhone SE 2 in 2020.
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Google has invested heavily in the smart display market with the likes of the Nest Hub, but one streaming service has been blatantly missing.
Years into its existence, Google still struggles with its how to handle smart watches. Maybe it's time to copy a certain company named after a fruit.
We all knew changes were bound to happen when Lenovo purchased Motorola, but in the five years since it's becoming a brand I no longer recognize anymore.
Locking down Wear OS prevents collaboration and innovation with hardware partners. The platform has so much potential but Google is holding it back.
The world of video streaming is growing more crowded. If Netflix hopes to stay afloat or grow, it's going to have to consider ad-supported plans.
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Google's new service Stadia has lofty ambitions for the gaming industry and it sounds awesome. Here are a few reasons it might not be for you at launch.
Gestures are ll the rage in mobile these days, but is a good thing or bad that Android offers so many ways to navigate the UI?
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Modular phones were a passing fad but with 5G networks expanding Motorola shows us why it made sense to stick with it.
The Fitbit Charge 4 costs $150 and is the brand's first tracker to employ built-in GPS. It also packs features typically reserved for its pricier watches.