Google was at the top of a lot of news feeds yesterday thanks to a couple of new smartphones, but one gadget will outsell them all. As expected, a new Chromecast was announced and it’s bringing some new features to the table along with another new streaming dongle.
In a day of big announcements, the one device that surprised many of us was the one we almost didn’t see coming. The Google Pixel C tablet somehow managed to fly under the radar until yesterday, but today the slate is official and here’s what you can expect.
Remember that Google Nexus Protection program we told you about? Well, those rumors were true and as of today you’ll be able to pick up some added protection for your brand new Nexus 5X or Nexus 6P.
Whenever a new handset rolls out, prices tend to drop on last year’s model. That’s what we’re seeing now with all the Nexus 6 sales, and today we’ve got a doozy courtesy of Expansys USA.
Apple recently unveiled the updated Apple TV, but that obviously won’t be for everyone. If Android is more your speed, a new Nexus Player Sale has just dropped the price of the stylish set-top box down to $50.
Google is getting ready to update their Nexus lineup at the end of the month, but a new report suggests that’s not the only gadget getting a refresh. A new Chromecast has been spotted, and it’s set to be a large upgrade over the original streaming dongle.
In the very near future, we’ll meet the 2015 Nexus lineup and Google may have something extra for its customers this year. It goes by the name of Nexus Protect, and it could be their answer to AppleCare.
We just told you about how Project Ara had hit a bump in the road, and now we’ve learned the Project Ara release date will be pushed back to 2016.
Remember Project Ara? We were expecting to see the first modular smartphone roll into Puerto Rico before the end of the year, but that may not be the case anymore. It’s not time to write off Moto and Google’s modular concept although Alphabet may have just changed the script.
Google Glass as we knew it got put into “reboot” mode back in January, but several rumors have surfaced about Google Glass 2.0 since that time. A new report says the device is rolling out for testing, and that it’s geared towards the business side of things instead of consumers.