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That New Android Update Broke a Key Perk of the Pixel XL 

While some folks may be worrying about Google’s next phone, especially with leaks suggesting the Pixel 3 could sport the biggest notch we’ve seen on a handset yet, it seems Google may have more immediate concerns after the release of Android 9 Pie created issues with charging speeds on the original Pixel XL. Read More >>

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If This Leak Is Legit, the Pixel 3 XL Will Be Google’s Ugliest Phone Yet

If you’re worried that Google might change its mind about including the hated notch on its rumoured Pixel 3 smartphone, don’t be: You’re still getting that terrible notch, if this alleged unboxing of a Pixel 3 XL is the real deal. Read More >>

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Google’s ‘Pixel Stand’ Could Turn Your Pixel Into a Google Home

Google and Amazon are in a constant war to try and one-up each other in the smart speaker market, releasing speakers, mini speakers, those devices with screens hat everyone calls speakers, and so on. Now following Amazon's announcing Show Mode and the Show Mode dock, which turns a Fire tablet into an Echo Show of sorts, a leak claims Google is working on something similar called the 'Pixel Stand'. Read More >>

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Don’t Expect Google to Jump on the Dual-Camera Bandwagon With the Pixel 3

The latest big trend in the smartphone world, beyond full screen displays and notches, is the dual lens camera system. Apple has one, Samsung has one, Huawei decided three lenses were even better. But there's one company you shouldn't expect to include a double camera system on its next flagship, and that's Google. Read More >>

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Is This Really What the Google Pixel 3 Will Look Like?

After an image that allegedly shows screen protectors for Google’s third-gen Pixels popped up on Weibo earlier this week, smartphone fans immediately started imagining how the shape of the screen protector might reflect the phone’s final design. And of course, some of the fans took the available evidence and spun up some impressive mock ups that give us a sense for where Google might take its phones this fall. Let’s take a look. Read More >>

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Google Appears to be Killing Off the Pixel and Pixel XL

Google appears to be done with two phones that were the company’s signature devices just two years ago. Ars Technica pointed out that the Pixel and Pixel XL have now disappeared from the Google Store and Project Fi store. Google confirmed to Gizmodo that the devices will no longer be made available to purchase directly from the company. Read More >>

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Google’s Phone App Is Getting the Power to Send Spam Calls Straight to Voicemail

While US Congress continues to grill Silicon Valley’s most lifeless Jello Jiggler, the folks over at 9to5Google noticed that Google’s dialer app for Pixel and other stock Android phones has been upgraded with the ability to send spam calls straight to voicemail. Read More >>

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Google’s Pixel 2 Has a Lot to Prove and Everything to Lose

The Google Pixel 2 might not have as vibrant a blue colour scheme, but this is a different phone from last year’s model, with a sharper design (that colourful camera button) and some new features that could inspire hope in Google fans who were less than stoked after last year’s outing. Read More >>

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Everything You Need to Know About the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL

Google just revealed the worst kept secret of the past few weeks, showing off the Pixel 2 and the Pixel XL. No surprises here really, but let's see what they have to offer. Read More >>

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What to Expect From Google’s Big Pixel 2 Event on 4th October

Even though it feels like we’re still processing all of Apple’s latest devices and announcements, it’s time to switch gears and prepare for what’s coming on the other side of of the smartphone divide. That’s because Google’s big autumn event is less than a week away, and it’s going to have important news for anyone who cares about Android, smartphones, Chromebooks and anything else Google can figure out how to puts its digital assistant in. Read More >>

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We Might be Seeing the Next iPhone on 12th September

Now that the Galaxy Note 8 launch is out of the way, it's time to turn our attention to the other company flagships set to arrive before the end of the year. First up is the iPhone 8, which a new report claims will be unveiled on 12th September. Read More >>

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Google Bans Hundreds of Accounts For Participating in Pixel Tax-Dodging Scheme

Google suspended hundreds of accounts used by people trying to take advantage of a US sales tax loophole in order to make a profit on the resale of Pixel phones. Although the accounts were restored after a few days, this creates an unsettling precedent for Google users. Read More >>

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Chinese Hackers Pocket Thousands for Cracking Safari, Pixel and Flash

A Chinese bounty-hunting hack-fest has seen some of today's hottest new things -- and Flash -- hacked to pieces once again, with the wunderkinds walking away with a total prize kitty of more than £400,000 for making their hacks public. Read More >>

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How to Make Battery Percentage Visible on Your Pixel Phone

A quick look at Reddit has shown us that lots of people who either own a Pixel phone or touch themselves while flicking through stories about it really want to know how to get the handset to show battery percentage, and not just a small, partially coloured-in icon. Read More >>

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The Google Pixel is Too Dumb and Ugly to Replace Your iPhone

The Pixel is the first Google phone built from top to bottom, and the company thinks it’s finally made the Android device that can conquer the iPhone. It’s a valiant effort, but is it enough? Read More >>