But the wireless headphones cost quite a bit more in those regions than they do in the US.
When Google’s wireless headphones, the Pixel Buds, went on sale last year, they were only available in the United States and Canada. But availability has expanded in a big way. As first reported today by Android Police, Google has launched the Pixel Buds in three new countries: Australia, Germany, [...]
When I got my new Pixel 2XL recently, the Google Play Store offered me to add the Pixel Buds to my cart and get them for half price. Normally they are $159 (same price as AirPods). So I took up Google on the offer and after I set up my Pixel 2XL, I paired my […]
Google's wireless earbuds can be updated just like your phone — here's what you need to know.
Google's new "Pixel Buds" wireless ear pieces shine in their industrial design, especially a nice soft carrying case. The functions, however, with a sort of maddening A.I., leave much to be desired.
To get folks using its Google Assistant-toting earphones, Google is offering 50% off a pair of Pixel Buds whenever you purchase a Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL from the Google Store. At 50% off, the price of the Buds comes down to just $79.50 from the usual $159 price. Show More Summary
The Google Store is taking 50% off Pixel Buds when you buy a Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL. That's an $80 discount a great incentive to pick up a pair with a new Pixel 2.
Google's Pixel Buds sound terrific for music and respond well to Assistant requests. But the real-time translation thing is kind of a bust.
In the age of AirPods and Pixel Buds, Echo-enabled earphones are a natural. But Amazon faces even more technical challenges than Apple and Google did. In one of the most promising categories in consumer electronics—smart earbuds—Amazon occupies an unlikely spot on the sidelines. Read Full Story
All photos. Adam Clark Estes There was always something off about the Pixel Buds. Google released the smart, wireless headphones a full year after Apple released the AirPods. But the Pixel Buds aren't exactly wireless, and they're not exactly smart, either. In fact, after spending a few days with the product, I'm prepared to say it. the Pixel Buds suck. More »
Our list also includes Juicero, Jawbone and Google Pixel Buds.
Google’s Pixel Buds earphones have their share of flaws, but the built-in smarts stand out. Here’s why the translation feature on the Pixel Buds works as well as it does.
On this Thursday edition of the Droid Life Show, we’re back to cover this week’s net neutrality repeal, our OnePlus 5T and Pixel Buds reviews, as well as the Google Home Max that we now have in house. Once we’re done there, it’s on to Android 8.1 updates, Galaxy S9 renders, T-Mobile’s upcoming TV service, … Continued RIP, Net Neutrality is a post from: Droid Life
Google’s first pair of headphones or earbuds or wireless-but-not-truly-wireless in-ears or whatever you want to call them, are here. They are the Pixel Buds and I’d be shocked if you know what these are and also haven’t read one of the early reviews that mostly destroyed them. Show More Summary
Turning Google Assistant into your own personal translator, Google's Bluetooth earbuds attempt to make spoken communication between different languages possible. Unfortunately, they are not the fabled 'Babel fish' they were made out to be. Here's why they are pretty underwhelming. More »
Google's smart earbuds are a decent proof of concept, but at £159 they're a really tough sell. With the removal of the headphone jack from this year's Pixel phones it's pretty clear Google expects buyers to go wireless for their mobile audio needs. Show More Summary
Here's what our forum users have to say about Google's first foray into wireless earphones. Alongside the Pixel 2 and Pixelbook at Google's October hardware event this year, we also got our first look at Pixel Buds. Pixel Buds are Google's...Show More Summary
We had two interpreters race the Google Pixel Buds. The results may or may not surprise you. Read more... More about Google, Travel, Mashable Video, Russian, and Fast
Google Assistant can be found in a growing range of devices, but only two wireless headphones — the Bose QuietComfort 35 II and Google Pixel Buds — are made especially for hands-free interaction with Google’s AI assistant to do things like create reminders, get calendar updates, and perform a multitude of other tasks. Each pair […]
Google unleashed an avalanche of new hardware on us in October. Not only did it debut two brand-new smartphones, but it also expanded the Google Home lineup substantially, delved into headphones with the Pixel Buds, and showed off some...Show More Summary