I think we can all agree that we need some relaxation and comfort this week, and nothing does that quite like jazz. So on Google's Launch Night In webpage, you can play at being a jazz pianist by simply tying on your keyboard
If a new report is to be believed, Google is planning to produce just 800,000 Pixel 5 units this year. The company has apparently set a low sales target due to the global pandemic and the poor sales of the Pixel 4 series.
Between new Pixel phones and an all-new Chromecast, we're expecting a few different hardware announcements from Google's "Launch Night In" event on Septemeber 30. Here's how you can tune-in and watch it!
Google accidentally tweeted the pricing of the Pixel 5 the weekend before its official launch. Combined with previous leaks, we now have a clear picture of what Google's next flagship phone will look like.
With the Pixel 5, Google is going back to the basics. The phone will offer robust hardware and an upgraded camera, and with leaks pointing to a $699 price tag, the Pixel 5 undercuts other 2020 flagships. If Google manages to deliver fault-free hardware, it could be the bargain of the year.