Google revealed today that it will make the Pixel family of smartphones better over time with so-called “feature drops.”
Recent Google Pixel 4 Stories
Google’s December Pixel Security Update fixes several issues on Pixel 4 and brings some Pixel 4 features to older Pixels.
The Pixel 4 extends Google’s Night Sight low-light photography feature to include astrophotography capabilities.
I’ve only had my Pixel 4 XL for a bit over a week, but it’s been such a solid performer that I feel comfortable using it full time going forward.
Yes, there is a big difference between Google’s approach to smartphone photography and how its competitors implement similar functionality.
I spent a good chunk of yesterday getting up and running on my Google Pixel 4 XL, and so far, I have no complaints of any kind.
Google revealed today that its Pixel 4 handset family is the first that can take advantage of Google Fi’s dual connect technology.
As many readers probably know, I await each new Google Pixel release with a combination of excitement and dread.
DXOMARK has given Google’s Pixel 4 camera system a top-10 ranking, but the handset suffers from its lack of an ultra-wide lens.
According to the Wireless Power Consortium, the Google Pixel 4 and 4 XL will wirelessly charge at 11 watts.
I was a bit surprised by how willing the tech press was to believe that Google’s Pixel 4 Face Unlock is somehow as secure as Face ID.
The Pixel 4 will debut with Google’s Live Caption feature, bringing automatic captioning to any audio or video played on the devices.
Google’s press event today was curiously subdued and even boring at times. But there was one major highlight.
I have been burned by the poor quality of Google’s Pixel handsets so many times that even considering a Pixel 4 should seem crazy.
An ad for the new Pixel 4 was leaked on Twitter today, showing off some of the highlight features of the device.
In response to the first accurate leaks about the next Pixel handsets, Google provided a clearer view of the future. For some reason.