Google explains how it's using its machine learning skills to give better battery life predictions on Pixel and Nexus devices.
I'm using the Google Pixel 2 XL as my primary phone this week. I've owned "the Google Phone", off and on, since the Nexus One launched in 2010, and I bought the original Pixel last year. Google does a lot of interesting and excitingShow More Summary
“Long before Mayor Bill de Blasio started to define New York City as the nexus of anti-Donald Trump sentiment, the mayor and other senior officials in his administration maintained friendly relations with the president’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, and his daughter, [...]
“November — with uncanny witchery in its changed trees. With murky red sunsets flaming in smoky crimson behind the westering hills.” That’s a little somethin’ somethin’ from L.M. Montgomery’s “The Blue Castle” to mark the hallowed month of Scorpio. I’m Carolina A. Miranda, staff writer at the Los...
Look at that image above and tell me what’s missing. After sharing news of the Nexus Player gaining access to Google Assistant this morning, it really got me thinking about Google’s current Android TV situation. And when I say “current...Show More Summary
The Nexus Player has received support for Google Assistant as part of the November security update. This is the third Android TV device to receive the Assistant.
Google is bringing Assistant to the former jewel in Android TV's crown, but how exactly it's being added is all a bit of a mystery.
The Nexus Player, Google’s Android TV box that was first introduced in late 2014 for $99 with a pretty low set of specs, now has Google Assistant. It runs Oreo too, by the way. The unit I keep hooked up to a monitor in my office received...Show More Summary
By Nexus Media While President Donald Trump announced in June that the United States will be exiting the Paris Climate Agreement, local leaders from across the country are doubling down on their efforts to fight climate change. This week, the heads of the Mississippi River Cities and Towns Initiative (MRCTI), a coalition of more than 80 mayors […]
With the Pixel line, Android One and Android Go, Google finally seems to have successfully built the Android trinity it has wanted for so long.
U.S. citizen Global Entry/NEXUS/SENTRI members can now use e-Gate for… The post Taiwan e-Gate for Global Entry Members, Global Entry for Taiwan Passport Holders appeared first on Rapid Travel Chai.
From afar, there's no question whatsoever that the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are Google's best smartphones ever, including both its old Nexus line and the newer Pixel lineup. The same is true on paper, where the phones' specs paint a picture of a class-leading smartphone duo that showcase the best of what Android has to offer. Show More Summary
The latest patch for the Essential phone has arrived bringing the November security patch just a day after Google released it for Nexus & Pixel devices. It also includes a fix for fingerprint gesture problems.
Andy Rubin’s Essential Phone is already picking up the November security patch that Google just dropped yesterday on Pixel and Nexus devices. The update only weighs in at 57.4MB, but it also includes fixes for fingerprint related issues that arrived with the previous update. Show More Summary
Along with yesterday’s November security patch, Google began sharing specific changes made to their Pixel and Nexus line-up through a separate bulletin. In this bulletin, Google not only points out the security vulnerabilities that were addressed for Pixel and Nexus, they also share “functional updates” that were included. Show More Summary
Google today announced the November security updates for its Nexus and Pixel devices, and there are even some special goodies thrown in there for Pixel 2 XL and Pixel 2 owners. First up, Google has gone ahead and detailed the different security patches that are included with the RELATED ►POST PROFILESHARE ►
The new factory images and OTA updates for November's security patches, based on Oreo, are now available for Google's supported hardware devices.
Google shows us why they built a separate monthly patch page for Nexus and Pixel phones. Google is an OEM (original equipment manufacturer) and with the release of the November security patch notes, we see it acting like one. When you...Show More Summary
Hasta la vista, KRACK! We're just about a week into November, and as such, it's time once again for a new Android security patch! The latest patch level is labeled as 2017-11-06, and like you'd expect, there are numerous fixes here to...Show More Summary