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OnePlus 3 Update Brings Google Assistant

03/07/2017, Google confirmed not too long ago that it will soon release Google Assistant for all Android smartphones running version 6.0 Marshmallow and up. This means that the AI assistant is no longer exclusive to Pixel smartphones. The release kicked off a couple...

Google Assistant Can Now React And Interact With Text Messages

03/07/2017, If there is one advantage that Google Assistant has over other AI-based software like Siri or Alexa is that it doesn’t work with just voice. A good example would be how Google Assistant has been baked into apps like Allo, where users can interact with...

Google Pixel 2 Rumored To Ditch Headphone Jack

03/06/2017, Apple is not the first company to officially ditch the headphone jack on their phones, although they were pretty much the first company that was rumored to do so. However it seems that this isn’t a trend that we’re seeing being picked up by many OEMs...

Budget Android Phone Rumored To Be Worked On By The Pixel Team

03/05/2017, Earlier this year we heard a smattering of rumors regarding the Pixel 2, and one of the interesting parts of that rumor was the claim that Google might have a budget Pixel handset in the works. However just recently, Google’s head of hardware Rick...

2017 Google Pixel Phone Will Be A Premium Device

03/05/2017, Google launched its Pixel smartphones late last year and the response for the first-generation “Made by Google” smartphones appears to have been very good. It goes without saying that Google won’t rest on its laurels and that we can...

Google Assistant Could Be Coming To iOS Devices

03/03/2017, As you might have heard, Google Assistant is now being rolled out to Android devices after enjoying a few months of exclusivity (as far as mobile devices are concerned) on the Google Pixel phones. So the question is, will Google consider bringing Google...

Google Hasn’t Ruled Out Pixel Laptops Entirely

03/02/2017, Rick Osterloh, the senior vice president for hardware at Google, said earlier this week during a meeting with journalists at the Mobile World Congress 2017 that his company had “no plans for Google-branded laptops.” This led many to believe...

Google Assistant For Android 6.0 Released

03/02/2017, Google introduced its artificial intelligence-powered smart assistant called Google Assistant last year. It came out with the Pixel smartphones that run on Android 7.0 Nougat straight out of the box. The company confirmed a couple of days ago that it will...

Google Makes Sharing In Allo Smarter

03/02/2017, Google today announced that it has made some improvements to its Allo messaging app. The improvements are focused on making it easier to share GIF and animated emojis with the people you’re talking to. It also makes it easier to call in the Google...

Gmail Attachment Size Increased To 50MB

03/02/2017, Some Gmail users might not like the incoming email attachment limit that the service has in place. In the past, it would only allow Gmail users to receive emails with an attachment not bigger than 25MB. If an attachment was bigger than that it was...

‘Meet’ Is Google’s Business-Focused Video Calling Platform

03/01/2017, When Google announced their Allo and Duo apps last year, many were wondering that with both apps sharing quite a bit of similarity with Hangouts, what would become of the platform? While some might have been worried that Google would do away with the...

Google Hits The Brakes On Future Pixel-Branded Laptops

02/28/2017, [MWC 2017] Back in 2013, Google launched their first Pixel Chromebook laptop which thinking back now, was the precursor to the company releasing more Pixel branded tablets and smartphones and ultimately moving away from the Nexus brand. The company...

‘Keep’ Gets Integrated Into Google Docs

02/28/2017, Google has a bevy of apps and services that they’ve created, but it’s not always that they work with each other as sometimes these apps and services exist independent of one another. It used to be that way to Keep and Google Docs, but not anymore as...