As expected, Google has replaced its Project Fi wireless service with a new offering called Google Fi. And it supports the iPhone.
Project Fi will soon add support for OnePlus and Samsung devices, as well as iPhones. And it may be dropping the Project Fi branding, too.
Google announced today that it is introducing enhanced networking functionality to its Project Fi wireless network.
There's no official announcement yet, but it looks like Google will soon rename its Project Fi wireless service to Google Fi.
Google announced today that its Project Fi wireless service is now compatible with its Family Link parental controls.
Once relegated solely to Google's own handsets, Project Fi has been slowly opening up its support of other phones.
Project Fi's "pay for what you use" system is being updated with an unlimited data plan with a monthly fee cap.
It's an epic tale of highs and lows, of Project Fi support dropping the ball, and of me finally figuring it all out for myself.
Motorola's upcoming Moto X4 smartphone will be offered in an Android One configuration via Google's Project Fi service.
I was able to experience the magic of Project Fi cellular access in Europe for a second time this past week. And yes, it held up nicely.
Google today announced that it now provides a group plan for its excellent Project Fi service: Now, up to six people can share a single Project Fi plan, along with all the management capabilities you'd expect.
I've been paying exorbitant phone, text, and data fees when traveling internationally, and I've long dreamed of a day when I could simply use my smart phone outside the U.S. with no fear of these extra charges. Thanks to Project Fi, that day has arrived.
Just one day after I reviewed the service, Google announced that it has improved Project Fi yet again, adding support for high speed data in over 135 international destinations.
Google's Project Fi is a near-perfect reinvention of what a wireless carrier can and should be, a great service with reasonable and fully transparent pricing. The one major issue is that it only works with a small selection of Nexus handsets and devices.
Google is temporarily offering a great deal on its superior Nexus 5X smart phone and Project Fi wireless service, offering hundreds of dollars in savings when you buy both.
I think I’ve finally found a reliable way to prompt the user to save an unsaved document if they try to manually close the app.
For this installment of our UWP project, we’ll implement Find, Find Next, Find Previous, Replace, and Replace All with a fun new custom dialog.
In this fourth installment, we’ll get started on file operations and custom dialogs, both of which occur asynchronously in UWP.