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Tech & Science Google's next laptop is reportedly the 4K Pixelbook Go

06:24  25 september  2019
06:24  25 september  2019 Source:   cnet.com

Florida man missing since 1997 found at the bottom of a pond thanks to Google Maps

Florida man missing since 1997 found at the bottom of a pond thanks to Google Maps The unexpected discovery was made thanks to Google Maps, which still shows the 1994 Saturn SL sitting in a pond in an upscale community in Wellington, Florida. When police dragged the car from below the surface they found the remains of 40-year-old William Earl Moldt who went missing one evening in 1997. It’s still unclear how Moldt’s vehicle ended up in the pond, but it’s worth noting that the area where it was found was still under development at the time he went missing, and it’s possible an off-road accident and drowning were to blame.

an open laptop computer sitting on top of a table: Google's Pixelbook might soon have a successor. James Martin/CNET© Provided by CBS Interactive Inc. Google's Pixelbook might soon have a successor. James Martin/CNET

Google is expected to reveal its Pixel 4 phones at an Oct. 15 event in New York, but we also have hints about an upcoming laptop. The Pixelbook Go, which the company hinted at back in April, will have a 13.3-inch, 16:9 screen and come in 1080p and 4K models, 9to5Google reported Monday.

The higher-end 4K option will have the same "Molecular Display" branding as Google's Pixel Slate tablet, according to the site, which cited anonymous sources. You'll apparently be able to choose between models with Intel Core m3, i5 or i7 processors, 8GB or 16GB of RAM, and 64GB, 128GB or 256GB of storage.

The Pixelbook Go will feature a USB-C port on each side, along with a 3.5mm headphone jack and a 2MP front-facing camera that can capture 1080p at 60fps, according to 9to5Google.

Google didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.

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