A Bloomberg report claims that Foxconn will make Google's next generation Pixel handsets. And that the XL version will have a notch.
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Google's "other revenues" business, which includes G Suite, Pixel, Home, and Nest, barely grew-year over-year.
A new interview with the person who runs Google's hardware efforts finally casts some light on why the Nexus lineup had to die.
Two of the most eagerly-awaited smartphone flagships of 2017 were epic sales failures.
Google has cemented its bet on hardware by finalizing the deal to bring 2000 key HTC employees to the search giant.
Google had an interesting year of platform advances and hardware mishaps. Here are the top stories from 2017.
Google has made its AR Stickers experience available on Pixel smartphones. And it is pretty fricking impressive.
Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL users running Android 8.1 can now enable the Pixel Visual Core chip hidden in your phone.
Say what you will about their respective mobile strategies, but Microsoft at least has the class to make its own hardware.
Google has clearly learned from Microsoft's mistakes: It is being transparent and clear, and is addressing the problems head-on.
It's like watching a horror movie that unfolds in slow motion.
You can now download the Pixel 2 launcher and Camera app, and both work on the original Pixels.
I previously made the case that AI is how Google will win in devices. Now it's time to get a lot more specific.
Google announced new Pixel 2 smartphones and accessories, Google Home smart devices, and a new Chromebook 2-in-1.
There's never been a better time to buy a great smartphone. Which is part of the problem, when you think about it.
Dear Google. We have a problem. And while I know you're not going to do the right thing, I have to try.
All of Google's big announcements from next month's event have leaked, including new Pixel 2 smartphones and more.
With Apple's awful iPhone announcement behind us, we can turn our attention to more interesting devices.
It took several months, but another smartphone has finally shipped with a superior camera to the one in the Google Pixel. The surprise? It's not the Samsung Galaxy S8.
Google released its Pixel and Pixel XL handsets in October 2016, escalating its battle with Apple and the iPhone. Six months later, it's time for another check-in.
Google's Pixel lineup is to that company what Surface is to Microsoft. And Google has a lot of work to do to make its next Pixel handsets a more viable alternative to iPhone.
Alphabet/Google announced its quarterly earnings this week. But any mention of the new Pixel handsets was conspicuously absent from the discussion.
It's been three weeks since I published my original review of the Google Pixel XL. Here's a quick follow-up.
The Google Pixel XL is a great Android phone, but it doesn't offer enough of a bump over iPhone or, worse, its Nexus predecessors to justify the upgrade.
My Google Pixel XL arrived today, allowing me to get started with the obvious comparisons: The iPhone 7 Plus with which it competes and the Nexus 6P that it replaces.
This week, Google announced that it will now design and build its own smartphones alongside a more cohesive family of hardware devices that take better advantage of the firm's online services. First up, the Google Pixel and Pixel XL handsets.
As expected, Google launched its new Pixel phones, Daydream VR, Chromecast Ultra, Google Wi-Fi, and Google Home products at a press conference today. But as noted previously, details about each had previously leaked.