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It’s officialGoogle just announced the Pixel Slate, the company’s brand new Chrome OS tablet with a detachable keyboard cover. The device vaguely resembles a Microsoft Surface and toes the line between touchscreen mobile device and laptop. SEE ALSO: Google releases Home Hub, its smart speaker with a tablet interface The Pixel Slate is technically Google’s […]
It’s one thing to soak up every leak about Google’s new Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL Android phones and knock the larger device’s thick notch from afar, but another to actually hold them in your hands and try to make some sense of the design choices and features that are the result of them. […]
Fans of OnePlus won’t have to wait much longer for a new phone. The Chinese manufacturer announced an Oct. 30 event for the official release of the OnePlus 6T, an updated version of the popular OnePlus 6 smartphone. SEE ALSO: This is the OnePlus 6T The event will take place in New York City, kicking […]
At the annual E3 trade show in June, Microsoft hinted at some kind of streaming service. Now it has a name (albeit a seemingly temporary one): Project xCloud. The service is pretty much what you’d expect if you’ve been following all the chatter around game streaming. With xCloud, Xbox people will be able to play […]
Robot vacuums are the hot item this season and though they could obviously make your life 100 times easier, there’s a hard part to the process: picking the right one. SEE ALSO: Pimp out your iRobot with these decorative decal skins With so many brands, features, and app capabilities out there, deciding which vacuum you’re […]
We’re just three days away from Google’s Fall 2018 event, and the leaks are still coming. Both 9to5Google and MySmartPrice spotted an FCC filing for an “Interactive Video Streaming Device” in September. And now, thanks to Jon Prosser via Twitter we might have our first look at marketing materials for this rumored “Home Hub.” SEE […]
Google’s big Pixel event is a couple days away and the leaks just reached a new level of ridiculous. Does it even count as a leak if you can just walk into a store and try it out? That’s what Engadget’s Richard Lai apparently did. The Hong Kong-based writer reports that a local mobile phone […]