Do you want to go trick-or-treating but don't feel like getting off your couch? Don't worry, Google's got you covered. With Google Maps and Google Street View, you can visit some of the spookiest places on Earth from the comfort (and safety) of your home.
Roaming around in a virtual world is the perfect excuse to use a VR headset like Google Cardboard or Daydream View — which is too bad since we still don't know when it'll begin shipping. Read More
Google announced the 4K-ready Chromecast Ultra and Daydream View VR headset at the October 4th event, but only said they would ship sometime in November. Now, we've got that narrowed down. Both devices are available to purchase right now on the Google Store, but they won't ship right away. Read More
According to a reliable source, Google plans to hold a major event focusing on hardware October 4th. It will use the event to announce its new Pixel-branded smartphones Pixel and Pixel XL, a 4K Chromecast, fully detail Google Home, and reveal the company's in-house design for a Daydream VR viewer device (Google previously confirmed this was happening). Here is what we know.
- The 4K Chromecast will do 4K and be called either the Chromecast Plus or Chromecast Ultra (makes sense - ultra HD). We aren't sure which.
- The Daydream device may be called Daydream View.
Google was allegedly planning to announce a 4K version of the Chromecast last year, but seems to have scuttled the launch for some reason. Read More