• Pixel-3a
    Shut Up And Take My Money: Google Pixel 3A Smartphone

    While there’s always been a market for budget smartphones in the U.S., Google’s new contender for that market segment is likely going to be one of the most secure phones (as well an extremely good budget option...

    • Posted 1 year ago
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  • google-stadia-controller
    Shut Up and Take My Money: Google Stadia

    Announced recently, Google is attempting to perfect the ability to stream games into your home without having to invest lots of money into hardware. Called Google Stadia, games will run on servers within Google’s data centers. Players will connect...

    • Posted 1 year ago
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    Google announces $50 Home Mini, $400 Home Max, $160 Pixel Buds

    Matching Amazon with a barrage of new product announcements, Google has released information on new Home smart devices as well as a new Chromebook, a new lifecam and headphones that translate foreign languages in real time. In...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • google-home-walmart
    Google & Walmart team up on voice ordering to take on Amazon’s Alexa

    Starting in September, Walmart customers will be able to use Google Home devices to place orders using only their voice; quite similar to Amazon’s Alexa via Echo devices. In order to accomplish this, the nationwide retailer will make their products available...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • adidas 3d printed shoes
    Cool Gear: Adidas 3D Printed Shoes Are Made to Order

    Have you ever wanted to be Michael Jordan, making millions, winning NBA titles, and having your own shoes? Well, the first two almost certainly aren’t going to happen, unless you can grow a foot overnight or invent...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • mi-box
    Chromecast Ultra, Mi Box offer 4K with HDR at just $70

    Undercutting the Roku Premiere+ by about $30, Google and Xiaomi are significantly driving the price down for anyone that wants to get into 4K streaming with HDR support. Prior to the announcements of these devices this week,...

    • Posted 4 years ago
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  • Chromecast-Audio-feature
    Google Chromecast Audio Review: A Better Mousetrap

    The Bluetooth audio receiver has been a little cottage industry in recent years, and I’ve reviewed my share of them (here, here and here). Bluetooth receivers are a cheap way to wirelessly stream music and audio from...

    • Posted 5 years ago
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  • chromecast-2015-vs-original-standing
    Google Chromecast 2015 Review: A Need for Speed

    Announced just yesterday, the 2015 version of the Google Chromecast offers up both a revision in design as well as upgraded internal hardware for a faster generation of mobile devices. Specifically, Google has upgraded the original’s 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi to 802.11ac Wi-Fi....

    • Posted 5 years ago
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  • chromecast-line
    Shut Up and Take My Money: The New Chromecast Devices

    Announced today at Google’s Nexus press conference, the new Chromecast is a revision of the original model that offers up a faster Wi-Fi connection (5GHz 802.11ac) as well as data pre-fetching (basically loading content about movies / TV shows as soon as you...

    • Posted 5 years ago
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  • Google Fiber Expansion Plans
    Visiting Ben’s is Getting Faster: Google Fiber Will Expand to Four Eastern Cities

    The four metropolitan areas designated for Google Fiber next are Atlanta, Charlotte, Nashville and Raleigh-Durham, with a total of 18 affected cities included in those areas, according to a post on Google’s official blog. Google also mentioned...

    • Posted 6 years ago
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  • using-chromebook
    Goodbye Chromebooks? $199 Windows 8 laptops are coming soon

    Firing a warning shot toward the line of inexpensive Google Chromebooks, Microsoft announced this week at WPC 2014 that the company is working with HP to release a Windows 8 laptop at a $199 price point as...

    • Posted 6 years ago
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  • Android R2D2 Star Wars
    20 Halloween Costumes for Google’s Android Robot

    Created by the fine folks over at Stock Logos, this collection of illustrations combines potential Halloween costume ideas with Google’s mascot, the Android robot. Pop culture references in the collection include sources such as Star Wars, Angry Birds, Avatar,...

    • Posted 7 years ago
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