Andrew Myrick is a Senior Editor at Android Central. He enjoys everything to do with technology, including tablets, smartphones, and everything in between. Perhaps his favorite past-time is collecting different headphones, even if they all end up in the same drawer.
Acer has announced four new Chromebooks, all of which will be available starting in April. These are education-focused, offering a balance of power, portability, and durability.
The HP Chromebook x360 13b might have an awkward name, but there's nothing awkward about what this machine has to offer.
Microsoft is working on a new version of Edge which includes split-view for your tabs. And we need Google to add this to Chrome, like, yesterday.
The smartphone market (and the world, for that matter) are in a weird spot. Maybe Google should skip the Pixel 8, and breath some fresh new life into the market in 2024.
Google has made it possible to link both Fitbit and Google Fit to Assistant. This allows you to ask Assistant about your different health metrics without opening a specific app.
An update in 2022 brought the ability to view your "Wellness" information on the Nest Hub. But in order to actually use this feature, you'll need to first enable it.
Phone calls are a necessary evil, but Google is making it so that you can actually hear the person on the other end. Here's how you can enable and use Clear Calling on select Pixel phones.
After staying silent for more than a week, Twitter has silently updated it's developer agreement removing the ability for third party clients to be created or function.
Having the ability to cancel out the noise around you is great. But if you're trying to improve the ANC on the Pixel Buds Pro, there are a couple of things you can try.
Want a Fitbit but aren't sure which one is for you? Here's a guide to help make your decision a little easier.
Google's Pixel Buds Pro are here and look to dethrone the Galaxy Buds Pro as the most popular wireless earbuds on the market. But how do they stack up, and which should you buy?
Samsung and Amazon make most of the best Android tablets, but which should you buy? We broke down the best model for each price and demographic.
A subtle update to ChromeOS brings the ability to launch games from cloud gaming services. Thankfully, there's really not much that you'll even need to set up to get started.
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