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Assistant is getting increasingly smart on Google's Pixel smartphones.
Google is bringing Gmail's brilliant Smart Compose feature to Android, starting with the Pixel 3.
Google now makes $30 Type-C earbuds for its Pixel devices.
Google introduces a new Chromecast with refined design.
Google's Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are finally official after all the leaks.
Google joins the Smart Displays party, launches its own Home Hub powered by the Assistant.
Google is finally killing Google+ after low user and developer adoption.
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Google has a new pink variant of the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL coming out.
I'm still researching and experimenting with alternatives to Google Inbox. But I learned something interesting.
Google this week announced new features for Maps on Android and iOS that are aimed at commuters.
Google takes actions to prevent malicious extensions on Chrome.
Google unveils the building block for its gaming system.
Yes. The Pixel 3 has leaked. AGAIN.
Google will soon reveal its own smart display powered by Assistant.
Google launches new feature that lets you choose a place to go out to with friends.
Google has released an overly-glib public explanation for why it silently started forcing users to sign-in to Chrome.
Google has announced the immediate availability of Android Studio 3.2, its mobile app development environment.
Google announces massive updates to Search.
As it does at this time every year, Roku has announced an updated lineup of living room set-top boxes.
Suddenly, Chrome is forcing users who sign in to Google's services to sign-in to the browser as well.
Google has announced the final pre-release version of its Flutter cross-platform mobile app toolkit.
Evernote's impending failure raises questions, but there's a broader debate to be had about how you choose the services you use and why.