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Tech & Science The biggest announcements, live from Google’s 2019 Pixel event

06:40  16 october  2019
06:40  16 october  2019 Source:   msn.com

Leaked official Pixel 4 promo video reveals the phone’s last remaining secrets

Leaked official Pixel 4 promo video reveals the phone’s last remaining secrets Google may have tried to contain the Pixel 4 leaks in previous months by actually confirming some of the phone's main features, but the flood gates are officially open. In the past few days alone, we’ve seen quite a few Pixel 4 leaks. We saw the phone’s colors, we learned that it will feature a cool new Google Assistant trick, and now we’ve seen the first official Google promo for the handset. That’s right, the first Pixel 4 commercial is already here thanks to a huge leak, revealing the Pixel 4’s last remaining secrets just ahead of the launch of the Pixel 4’s biggest rival, the iPhone 11 series from Apple.

Google Pixel 4 event : all of the rumors, news, and announcements . What is there to say about Google ’ s 2019 hardware that hasn’t already leaked? It’s hard to say for sure until the big event , which starts at 10AM We’ll be live at the event with the latest, and the Pixel 4 will likely be the main

At Google ’ s hardware event , it has shared details about Stadia and Pixel Buds, and we also expect it to unveil the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL, a new Pixelbook, Chromebook The biggest announcements , live from Google ’ s 2019 Pixel event . The TL;DR of Google ’ s big hardware unveiling.

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Google’s big 2019 hardware event is underway. The company has shared details on Pixel Buds, Stadia, Nest Wifi, Nest Mini, and Pixelbook Go. Based on rumors, we also expect it to announce the Pixel 4.

We’re live at the event, and if you want minute-to-minute updates of everything that’s happening, check out our live blog. But if you just want the headlines with the context that you need, we’re putting them all below.

Google announces the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL

The Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL have been revealed — officially, this time. Google started off by talking about its Soli radar chip, which it says enables gestures that you can use to command the phone without actually touching it.

Google Pixel 4 XL purportedly shows up again in leaked photos

Google Pixel 4 XL purportedly shows up again in leaked photos Twenty or so shots purport to show a white "test model" of the XL version of Google's upcoming flagship phone.

Google I/O 2019 brought us a lot of hardware, including the Pixel 3A / 3A XL and Nest Hub Max. And while Google is offering free Google Photos storage on the cloud, the quality uploaded from the Pixel 3A Live Caption is also being added to phone calls, adding a live transcription of the current

The biggest announcements , live from Google ’ s 2019 Pixel event . The TL;DR of Google ’ s big hardware unveilingWe’re live at the event , and if you want minute-to-minute updates of everything that’s happening, check out our liveblog. But if you just want the headlines with the context that you

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Google’s next mesh Wi-Fi router is called Nest Wifi

Google Nest is introducing its new mesh Wi-Fi router system. It’s called the Nest Wifi, and compared to the Google Wifi currently on the market, it stands out with rounded cylindrical design, plus it comes in a few color options. Also what sets them apart is the ability to double as a smart speaker, a la Google Home. Google Nest is introducing two versions of the Nest Wifi: one that is a router that plugs into your modem, and the other (called a “point”) that can double as a smart speaker.

It will be available starting November 4th.

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Google’s new Nest Mini is like the Home Mini, but smarter

Google Nest’s latest smart speaker is the Nest Mini. It looks like a Google Home Mini, but a few things seem to have been changed. There’s now a hole on its underside to let you mount it to your wall, and it appears to use a sensor to turn on indicator lights when you move a hand toward it. Google Nest says that it will cost $49.99, the same price as the Home Mini.

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

  Google's next laptop is reportedly the 4K Pixelbook Go The device has a 13.3-inch display and will be unveiled at the Oct. 15 "Made by Google" event, according to 9to5Google.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.

At Google ’ s Pixel hardware event on October 15th, we’re getting the final release date for Google Stadia, the company’s cloud gaming service that will be available in November in a "Founder’s Edition" that streams The biggest announcements , live from Google ’ s 2019 Pixel event . In This Stream.

At its October hardware event , Google announced the Pixelbook Go, a new 13.3-inch Chromebook laptop. It seems it’s not exactly a direct successor to the Pixelbook, as it’s got a more traditional clamshell design instead of The biggest announcements , live from Google ’ s 2019 Pixel event .

It will be available starting October 22nd.

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Google announces its new Pixelbook Go

Google has announced a new flagship Chromebook called Pixelbook Go. Despite the similarity in name to 2017’s Pixelbook, it doesn’t seem to be a follow-up. Instead, this one’s design looks (at a passing glance, at least) like to a modern MacBook — until you flip it over. Its bottom is covered in a ribbed texture that presumably makes it easier to hold.

It’s available for preorder now in Just Black for $649, and Not Pink will be available to preorder soon.

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Google’s “all-new” Pixel Buds are small, true wireless headphones

Google has announced its next-generation Pixel Buds, called the “all-new Pixel Buds”. These are truly wireless headphones that allow for hands-free access to Google Assistant with the “Hey Google” wake work. They support long-range connectivity, and Google claims that they can remain connected to your phone through three rooms, or up to a football field’s length.

Expect even better Night Sight from Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL with Pixel Neural Core

  Expect even better Night Sight from Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL with Pixel Neural Core Expect even better Night Sight from Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL with Pixel Neural Core image 1 The latest leaks around the upcoming Pixel 4 and Pixel 4XL suggest there will be a new version of the Pixel Visual Core co-processor found inside Pixel 2 and 3 handsets, called Pixel Neural Core (that suggests more AI smarts to us).The Visual Core is the brains behind the Pixel's superb low-light Night Sight tech, so we can expect some big claims from Google for the new camera including dual-exposure shots that we've detailed elsewhere.

Google held a big event on Tuesday, where it unveiled its new Pixel 4 smartphone Here' s a closer look at the big announcements Google made during its fall event . But Google showcased the new software-based computational photography features coming in the Pixel 4, such as Live HDR+, which

Google ’ s other big differentiator is the claim that the Pixelbook Go can last 12 hours on a charge. Open it up, and you’ll find a 13.3-inch 1080 p display surrounded by bezels that are reasonable in 2019 but certainly not small. Google improves the Pixel 4 camera with Live HDR and more.

Google says that each charge lasts five hours, and its wireless charging case can last up to 24 hours of playtime. These will be available in Spring 2020 for $179.

Google Stadia launches on November 19th

Google announced that Stadia, its cloud gaming platform, will launch on November 19th. It will be playable on TV via Chromecast, Google’s Pixelbook lineup, as well as Pixel phones.

Google can’t even get full RCS support for the Pixel 4 .
Support from Sprint, but not Verizon or T-MobileThe rollout of RCS messaging has been a complete mess. The standard, which is supposed to replace the basic SMS and MMS messaging that’s been around for as long as we’ve used smartphones, has been slated to roll out for years now. Its biggest push came in 2018, when Google settled on RCS as the solution for upgrading messaging on Android. But more than a year later, there’s been very little movement. Google said it would start forcing the change on its carrier partners earlier this year, but that hasn’t happened in the US.

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