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???? Is Google Testing the Pixel TV We Asked For?

17 hours agoTechnology / Google : Droid Life

Google’s Nexus Player was never really a great device in terms of specs or performance, but Google still got the most out of it. For three years, Google updated this Android TV box to showcase new features, even as it stopped selling it and update after update only slowed things down. Show More Summary

Gurman: Apple Is Producing MicroLED Displays at Facility in Santa Clara

Very interesting scoop from Mark Gurman for Bloomberg: Right now smartphones and other gadgets essentially use off-the-shelf display technology. The Apple Watch screen is made by LG Display. Ditto for Google’s larger Pixel phone. The iPhone X, Apple’s first OLED phone, uses Samsung technology. Show More Summary

Google offering $200 credit if you buy a Pixel 2 XL along with a free charger

If you have been on the hunt for a solid deal on the Google Pixel 2 XL, Google might have just the right one for you. Google has kicked off a limited time promotion that offers a $200 statement credit for anyone who RELATED POST PROFILESHARE

Buy Google’s Pixel 2 XL and get $200 back, plus a free charger

If you're ready to upgrade to a new Android phone but want to save as much money as possible while doing so, look no further than Google's latest Pixel 2 XL promotion. From March 18th at 12 AM PT, and March 31st at 11:59 PM PT, consumers...Show More Summary

Google Pixel Buds might get customizable tap gestures (Update #2: not quite yet)

According to Android dev Daniel Stone, the double-tap to skip tracks gesture is likely caused by a Google Assistant bug.

DEAL: Google Gives $200 Back on Pixel 2 and 2 XL Purchase if Financed, Free Charger Too

Even with the Galaxy S9 now available, I’d argue that you should still be looking for the best deal on Google’s Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL if in the market for a new phone. Why? Because both offer the best Android experience you can currently get, in my opinion. Show More Summary

Google Opens Pixel's Depth-Of-Field Effect Code to Researchers

Google this week made its semantic image segmentation feature, which is what powers the portrait effect on the Pixel smartphones, available to academia and researchers. Google uses semantic image segmentation to define the shape of objects within photos and then assign those objects a label, such as person, dog, or car. Show More Summary

Smartphone Camera Shoot-Out: iPhone X, Pixel 2 XL, Galaxy S9+

Is photography your passion? If so, and you're in the market for a new phone, the Apple iPhone X, Google Pixel 2 XL, and Samsung Galaxy S9+ should be at the top of your list. Here’s a rundown of the features offered by each and how the three devices compare in a head-to-head shoot-out.

Google Slashes Pixel 2 XL by $200 and Throws in This Freebie

The pressure is on Google, and now it's offering a better deal on the Pixel 2 XL to battle the Galaxy S9.

Google Pixel Now Warns Users If The Camera Lens Is Dirty, More Updates Released

The software powering Google Pixel devices has just been updated, and there are interesting features in the latest update. Forbes enumerated all the new additions to the device. Google Pixel Features The settings page has a whole new look. Show More Summary

The iPhone no longer has best phone camera. By a hair.

The camera on Samsung's new Galaxy S9 edges out the iPhone X and Google Pixel 2. We mounted all three on a stick to test them all at once.

Google's Pixel 2 portrait photo code is now open source (update: not quite)

Of all the AI-related features inside the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, the portrait mode is arguably the most impressive -- Google manages to produce dramatic-looking depth-of-field effects without relying on dual cameras or other exotic hardware. Show More Summary

Samsung Galaxy S9+ Camera Beats Google Pixel, iPhone X In New DxOMark Camera Tests

Since both devices were announced at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+’s cameras have been cited among the top reasons to buy the flagship devices. With the results of a new camera test...Show More Summary

Nexus 5X, 6P, and Pixel C Won’t Receive Android P

In September of last year, we reminded you that no more major OS updates would come for the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P after Oreo. Thanks to Ars Technica who has now confirmed with Google, the end has come for not just those two phones, but the Pixel C tablet, too. While you won’t see … Continued Nexus 5X, 6P, and Pixel C Won’t Receive Android P is a post from: Droid Life

Google announces Android P Developer Preview, full images available for Pixel phones now

You can't stop progress. A day after Google had plenty of fun with National Oreo Day, it's releasing the first Developer Preview of the next software version: Android P. Now we don't know what the official name for Android P will beShow More Summary

Google Photos now lets you export Pixel 2 Motion Photos as GIFs

Available with Google Photos v3.15. It's no surprise at this point that the Pixel 2's camera is the best on the market, but one of its most underrated features is Motion Photos. This records a few frames before and after you press the...Show More Summary

Google Lens visual search lands on Google Photos for all Android devices, update for iOS app expected soon

Google has started to roll out its visual search tool Google Lens to more mobile devices, expanding from its previous exclusivity to the company's Pixel smartphones, making the feature available to Google Photos users on Android before it arrives on the iOS version of the image management app.

One Of Pixel's Best Features Is Coming To All Android Phones

Google Lens is a visual analysis app that provides additional interactivity to your phone's camera and photo roll. For example, you can use it to instantly create a new contact in your address book by taking a photo of a business card,...Show More Summary

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