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Google just ran out of last year's Pixel Buds

Google just ran out of last year's Pixel Buds

The 2020/2nd gen Pixel Buds are now listed as "out of stock" at the Google Store. This follows the release of the new, cheaper, slightly awkwardly named Pixel Buds A-Series and sizeable discounts for the older model over the last two months at several retailers, raising questions about whether or not the older model has been discontinued.

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Come look inside Google's first Pixel store with us before it opens tomorrow

Come look inside Google's first Pixel store with us before it opens tomorrow

Google has been in the hardware game for some time now, but it has yet to establish a physical presence in retail to compete with Apple outside of a handful of pop-up stores. That changes tomorrow, as the company is finally opening its first storefront in New York City. If you've been looking to pick up a brand-new Pixel phone — or just a Google-branded basketball — all you'll need to do is head to Chelsea.

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Google will finally try out its own retail store this summer

Google will finally try out its own retail store this summer

Google's range of physical hardware products is expanding more and more every year. Isn't it time that the company expanded beyond a few Best Buy shelf displays and started making its own stores? Someone at Google thinks so, because the first branded store is opening this summer. The Google Store (catchy) will be located in Chelsea, New York City, in the Port Authority Commerce Building at 111 Eighth Avenue.

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Google accidentally confirms the name of its new cheap Pixel Buds

Google accidentally confirms the name of its new cheap Pixel Buds

It wouldn't be new hardware from Google without a constant series of escalating leaks. We've known for a while now that a new set of Pixel Buds were in the works, with a budget-friendly price in mind. A promotional email mixup even showed us the new "Forest Green" color before any actual announcement has taken place. Well, you can check another rumor off the list: it seems like Google's next Pixel Buds have a name locked in.

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Apparently no one from YouTube warned Google about the 'comments section'

Apparently no one from YouTube warned Google about the 'comments section'

User reviews are a big part of any storefront. Whether you're shopping on Amazon or directly from a manufacturer, being able to see what other buyers thought of the product can help you make an informed decision when buying. As Google continues to expand its online shop to include Pixel phones, Nest devices, Fitbit trackers, and more, it's vital for the company to add standard features to the site. Review pages for many of its most popular devices are now appearing on its storefront, but in typical Google fashion, they're launching half-baked and hidden from most users.

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Google's best smart speaker is $20 off everywhere

Google's best smart speaker is $20 off everywhere

Home audio these days have to be two things: smart and sound good. Google's Nest Audio speaker looks smart, acts smart, and sounds terrific. And if you pick up one of these puppies today, you can get it for a better price.

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Google finally stops selling Cardboard VR goggles

Google finally stops selling Cardboard VR goggles

Google was among the first to herald the advent of mobile VR, but that daydream is slowly coming to an end. After the company halted the Cardboard SDK development and open-sourced it in 2019, it has now finally stopped selling the Cardboard hardware altogether in its online store.

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Buy a Pixel 4a 5G unlocked at its lowest price of $449 ($50 off)

Buy a Pixel 4a 5G unlocked at its lowest price of $449 ($50 off)

The March Pixel Drop isn't the only Google Pixel-related thing that's dropping: if you've been looking at grabbing a Pixel 4a 5G, you can look forward to a nice price drop, too! And it's available pretty much anywhere you can buy the unlocked version of the phone.

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Google Store now sells more refurbished Nest products

Google Store now sells more refurbished Nest products

Who doesn't love a good deal? While limited-time discounts are one way to get things for less money, manufacturer-refurbished products represent a great option — especially when they're backed by the same warranty as brand-new ones. So if you were looking to pick up a Nest product, you should certainly check out the Google Store's refurbished page, which now offers a bunch of new offerings.

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Google is now selling Fitbit products on its store

Google is now selling Fitbit products on its store

Google is quite vocal about acquiring Fitbit. About a month ago, the company officially boasted the products were part of its family by featuring them on its online store. Sadly, they couldn't be purchased from Google yet, and the banner was just a mere redirection to Fitbit's site. The company pushed the integration one step further and is now selling Fitbit products on its store.

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