Back in February, a report surfaced claiming Google would deliver a standalone VR product sometime this year. Well, today a new rumor suggests it will be called Android VR, and it could debut as soon as next week.
Remember the HTC Nexus we told you about just yesterday? Well, there is more Nexus news today as a variant of the Nexus 6P has shown up online in a new benchmark listing.
One of the cool things about Android is the amount of customization it allows, and that extends to the Android Wear platform as well. Soon you will be able to customize your Android Wear watch in a new way as Google has just introduced their MODE Watch Bands.
We love a good high-end slate, and Google got our attention last year when they announced the Google Pixel C. The tablet has just gotten a little bit cheaper today for some folks, as you’ll be able to pick one up for 25% off if you are a developer.
Google has been consistent about trying new services like Fiber and Project Fi. The latter just became a whole lot more accessible as the Google Project Fi Invite setup has gone the way of the dinosaur.
We learned that Google may be working on their own Virtual Reality headset earlier this week. Where there’s smoke, there is fire as they say, and a new report suggests a Google VR headset is indeed on the way.
Google made a splash with Google Cardboard, which helped kick off our current VR craze. If a new report pans out, they are going to produce a real Google VR headset this year and give the Gear VR a serious run for its money.
It’s been a while since we’ve heard anything about Project Ara, and that hasn’t changed although we do have some unofficial news. A device said to belong to the Project Ara lineup has gotten benchmarked, but it’s the type of leak you’ll want to take lightly.
We are early into the new year, but a whole slew of smartphones are set to arrive soon. That means the old ones are going on discount, and a new Nexus 6 sale has brought significant savings to one of the more recent Nexus devices.
If you been around long enough, you are probably aware of how Google alternates manufacturers with their Nexus line. Well, the Project Tango release may borrow a page from that playbook as Lenovo has just been announced as the company behind the first Project Tango smartphone.