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Google offers up the first official look at the next-gen build of its mobile platform. The Android Q beta arrives as a developer preview for Pixel phones.
Things could really heat up in 2019 for Google's hardware division with reports suggesting a new and cheaper phone, watch, and more are on tap.
Have a broken Pixel or Pixel 2? Now you can turn to Google for official assistance, as the search giant has unveiled a new repair service for the phone.
It’s August which means that we were greeted with a new version of Android. This has been Google’s MO for the last few years,...
Android Pie is officially here and this is how to get it officially on your Pixel. Follow these simple steps if you want to get Android P on your device.
If you love customization and have a Pixel/Pixel 2, you might be interested to know that the official LineageOS 15.1 nightlies for the devices are now live.
Google has released the final developer preview of Android P, meaning that we are getting extremely close to the final release.
Google this week started rolling out the Android P beta 2. The new build is currently available only for owners of Pixel devices.
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Unless you have been living under a rock, you may have noticed that Google I/O 2018 kicked off today. The keynote mentioned quite a...
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Google has officially stopped selling the original Pixel and Pixel XL. These were landmark devices and helped Google push towards providing an even better smartphone experience with stock Android.
Over the last few years we have seen Google transition away from developer-centric devices and experiences into a company that loves general consumers. Much like we've seen in the iteration of Android and Chrome, today's Google has evolved into a polished and refined endeavor.