After a few leaks and many rumors, the Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL have finally been revealed this morning. The unveiling happened during Google’s October 9th event in New York City, still going on as we’re writing this article.
We’ve been using it for years, every single day, and yet Google still finds ways to surprise us. Over the years, the internet giant has become more than just a boring search engine: It Doodles, it Pixels, it sits in our home giving us the weather and ordering pizza, and now it’s playing with us with its new text adventure!
While you were enjoying your long Labor weekend, a Pixel 3 XL was left in a Lyft and the driver sent pictures to Android Police. We now know more about Google’s next flagship smartphone.
It’s time to go back to school and Google released some pretty good offers to help you get out of bed. Do you want to get up to $550 in value back when you buy a Pixel 2 XL? Are you interested in saving money when purchasing Google home assistants? Google back to school day is here!
In 2016 already, Google’s DeepMind was to diagnose cancer faster with the help of artificial intelligence. Two years later, the Silicon Valley giant is using AI again to detect cancer cells, and this time in real time.
Christmas is coming this weekend, and we are sure that you haven’t bought all your presents yet, have you? Check our list of 10 cool last minute techy Christmas gifts you can buy for less than $50!
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