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Google debuts Pixel Collection design video ahead of October 6 event

Leading up to the release of the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, Google has been teasing the world with its carefully crafted design videos, giving us a closer look at the devices it has in store for its Made by Google event. This time, Google is bringing the whole Pixel family into the mix,...

YouTube is requiring some users to pay for 4K streaming

YouTube has been adding a lot of new features over the past few months, giving users new ways to watch and also create. The firm has also been expanding YouTube Shorts, giving creators a new way to earn starting next year. While these have all been excellent additions, a recent change for some, that has...

Google Pixel 6a gets a deep discount, now priced at $349

A few days before the launch of the Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, the Pixel 6a is seeing a nice discount from various retailers, knocking $100 off of its retail price. This is the lowest price we have seen yet for this phone, and it doesn't involve any kind of trade in or...

October 2022 Android security update rolls out to supported Pixel phones

Google traditionally publishes a new Android Security Bulletin on the first Monday of each new month. Thus, it’s no surprise that today, Google published the Android Security Bulletin for October 2022. The corresponding security update is already available for eligible Pixel phones. Notably, this is the second security update to arrive for Android 13 via...

Twitter Blue subscribers can now starting editing tweets

After years and years of asking for it, Twitter has finally made editing tweets a reality. The feature is now rolling out to those in Australia, Canada, and New Zealand. The platform's paid membership service, Twitter Blue, will be required to gain access to the feature. For the longest time, it was just speculation, but Twitter...

Apple likely won’t reintroduce Touch ID on a high-end iPhone anytime soon

When you buy a new iPhone today, there's a very high chance it's equipped with Face ID. For the unfamiliar, Apple first introduced this technology back in 2017 -- when it launched the iconic iPhone X. The device utilizes a dot projector, in addition to other sensors, to build a 3D map of a user's...

Leaked Nothing Ear (Stick) renders give us a close look at the upcoming earbuds

Over the last few days, Carl Pei's Nothing has been teasing a new pair of TWS earbuds. So far, the company has given us short glimpses of the earbuds in various images and videos, showcasing its unique twist case mechanism. If you've been itching to get a closer look at the upcoming Nothing Ear (Stick),...

Google’s new docuseries highlights the teams that defend the company against cyberattacks

Cybersecurity is of utmost importance in today's day and age. For most companies, keeping their online infrastructure safe is a high priority. And for a behemoth like Google, the stakes are even higher. If you've ever wondered how the search giant defends its wide range of products and services against cyberattacks, you can now get...

Pixel Watch’s Google Photos watch face shows up early in Play Store listing

We recently learned that Google was prepping a Google Photos watch face integration for Wear OS devices. This new integration will likely debut with the Pixel Watch in a few days. But Google has already updated the Play Store listing of the Google Photos app for Wear OS with screenshots showcasing the new watch face. The...

Google Japan debuts the Gboard Bar, a keyboard you can actually own

Google Japan is having a bit of fun this weekend with the announcement of the Gboard Bar, a physical keyboard that has all of its keys lined up in one row. Google Japan states that there are a number of benefits to its new keyboard, with the most important being that it allows users to...

TikTok’s live streaming shopping experience could be coming to North America

Although TikTok has been dominating the past few years with its short-form videos, the company has always been looking for new ways to expand its arsenal. While it does offer online shopping in other parts of the world, it looks like it's setting its sights on the US and surrounding regions by launching a new...

YouTube TV will no longer force a base subscription plan if all you want are premium shows

It might be hard to believe, but YouTube TV has been around for over five years. Since its inception, the streaming TV service has slowly expanded its offerings, but at the same time, it has increased its price. The service cost just $34.99 per month when it first debuted, which was quite a bargain when...