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Nest Hub and Hub Max now available in more countries

Along a slew of announcements today, Google glanced over the fact that its Nest displays will be expanding their availability and launching in new countries. The Hub is coming to three new countries, for a total of 15, and the Hub Max is doubling its presence from three to six countries.

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Pixel 4 will work with last year's Google Pixel Stand

If you happen to purchase a new phone every year – or even every other year – it can be a chore to swap out your proprietary accessories for ones that work with your new device. In the case of Pixel owners who purchased a Pixel Stand for their 3 or 3 XL, we've got some good news for you: it's compatible with your new Pixel 4, too.

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Pre-order an official Pixel 4 fabric case for $40 from the Google Store

Ever since embarking on its own hardware endeavors, Google has molded its exclusive series of fabric-wrapped cases to adorn Pixel phones. As expected, this year brings another round of cases designed specifically for the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL, and you can pre-order one from the Google Store right now.

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Google Store pre-orders are live for Pixel 4, Nest Mini, Pixelbook Go, and Nest Wifi

The Made by Google 2019 hardware event is now over, and that means it's time to order all the fresh goodness from the big G. Luckily, pre-orders are already live for all the new products, except Pixel Buds — you've got to wait until Spring 2020 for those.

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Google Assistant is getting new voices in nine more languages

Google Assistant offers 11 (yes, eleven) different English voices in the US, but the rest of the world doesn't get as wide a selection. However, Google is now adding more voices in nine more languages, including English (India), English (UK), German, and French.

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Google Store now selling 'Certified Refurbished' devices: Pixelbooks, WiFi 3-packs

Fans of discounts should be glad to hear that Google's own storefront has just picked up a whole new category of products: Refurbs. Today we spotted a new section of the Google Store selling nothing but first-party refurbished products, all supposedly held to "the same high standards and rigorous testing of any device with the Google name." Right now all it's slinging are refurbished Pixelbooks and Google Wifi 3-packs in limited quantities.

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Pixel Slate gets its best discount yet of $250 off ($549 and up) through August 18

When we reviewed the Celeron-powered Pixel Slate late last year, we found it to be a giant identity crisis that made it not so good as either a laptop or a tablet. Well, if you do appreciate whatever form factor Google was trying to go for there and are happy to play with better specs to avoid much of the sluggishness that was reported on the poor 'ol entry-level model, you can get a Slate for $250 off for a limited time.

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Google Titan Security Key now available in Canada, France, Japan, and the UK

Google's two-factor authentication hardware key, the Titan Security, has been available in the US for almost a year. After disappearing from the Store for a few months and a Bluetooth flaw that required Google to send free replacements, it's now making its way to four other countries.

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[Updated] Amazon UK Prime Day roundup — Deals on Amazon devices, smart home tech, phones, and more

Remember when you had to wait until Black Friday and Cyber Monday to stock up on cheap tech? Nah, me neither, and that's largely thanks to Amazon and the advent of Prime Day. Not only does Amazon discount its own hardware and tons of other stuff on its site, other retailers have had no choice but to join in. This means that Prime Day (confusingly, a two-day event) is a great time to find deals on the latest tech each summer — today and tomorrow, to be precise.

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Google deals on Home and Nest include $25 Home Mini, $238 Nest Cam Outdoor 2-pack

One of the constants in consumer societies is deals. As long as companies exist and make products, they'll try to discount them to move some inventory and gain market share. That's even more true when it comes to the smart home, where products are often considered novelties but can also provide a strong tie-in to an ecosystem. Like Amazon, Google wants you to grab its own smart speakers and connected devices, so it keeps discounting them to lure more of us in. I have enough smart devices in my home, but if you're still looking to beef up your own setup, there are some Google deals to take advantage of now.

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