uBreakiFix is formally announcing the launch of its "We Come to You" mobile repair program, which has been available in some markets since at least this April. As its name suggests, the company is willing to bring its phone repair services to your door rather than the other way around, courtesy of a fleet of 640+ repair vehicles able to handle repairs like screen repair and battery replacement in two hours or less. That's bound to be handy these days.
Stadia controllers are notoriously expensive compared to comparable gamepads at $69, and they don't go on sale very often, either. But today, both the controller itself and the Premiere Edition kit that includes a controller and a Chromecast Ultra — usually $100 — are 20 percent off.
We're all on our desktops for video conferences hours on end, but when it comes to hitting up all the people you need to without having to grab the phone you threw into a corner to avoid distraction, well, it's still a dilemma — especially if you use WhatsApp, where voice and video calls are still mobile-only features. But there are signs of a remedy for that need coming soon.
Google Photos was experimenting with a monthly subscription for photo prints earlier this year. The program shut down in June to implement user feedback, but evidence was recently uncovered indicating the subscription could be making a comeback. Today, Google is making its premium print series official — and that new lower price has stuck around.
Smart outlets are a neat way to add a little techy magic to your non-smart lights, fans, and what have you. Today on Amazon, you've got the opportunity to grab a power strip that lets you control three formerly-dumb devices for just 20 bucks.
Hot on the heels of its competitor CrossOver, Parallels has announced that its Windows virtualization service is now available on Chrome OS for Enterprise, allowing businesses to run a full Windows emulation right on their Chromebooks. This follows months and years of preparation work, with initial teasers landing in June and August.
Despite being the largest advertising company in the world, Google hasn't made many unique or interesting ads for its own products. The company switched things up last month with a new 'Pixel vs. Pixel' campaign, a set of adorable videos pitting Pixel phones against a pug named Pixel. Now there are seven new fun videos in the series, comparing software features, price, and other factors.
YouTube Kids has proven to be a popular way for parents to give their children access to a limited collection of YouTube content, even if that collection occasionally includes videos depicting suicide and cannibalism (oops!). The service has slowly been expanding its global reach, and now Google has added 11 more nations to the availability list.