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Two key execs left Google, may be due to failed Pixel 4 launch

Google has yet to release the Pixel 4a and Pixel 4a XL but numerous details have been leaked. We’re positive the tech giant will still introduce the mid-range phones but we also won’t be surprised if something unfortunate happens. There may be a delay as we earlier mentioned and the latest information we have has […]

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Google explains Pixel 4 Soli radar gesture recognition

When Google first mentioned Project Soli back in 2015, we knew then radar tech applied to interfacing with wearables was complicated. The tech giant did demo Project Soli in action on an LG smartwatch and we somehow understood it. It was only last year when Google received FCC’s approval for Project Soli’s radar-based sensor. Motion […]

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March security update for Pixel 4 on AT&T paused due to Google Pay issues

If you’re seeing other Pixel 4 users receiving their March security update but you haven’t yet, you are probably on the AT&T network. Google has apparently pulled the update specifically for the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL users on the said network. While there’s no official word as to why this has happened, user […]

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Pixel’s feature drops will help you remember new, major features

When Google first announced that they will be bringing feature drops for their Pixel devices, people weren’t really sure what’s the difference between that and the regular updates that they bring. While it may really be just a marketing ploy especially with the use of the word “drops” (mostly used by fashion brands), this is […]

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First Pixel feature drop brings a lot of new and improved things

When Google says they’re bringing a lot of new and bigger things and improvements with the Pixel feature drops, they apparently mean business. In the first one that they are officially releasing, Pixel 2, 3, 3a, and especially Pixel 4 users will be able to enjoy several new things like new ways to create portraits […]

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