It's June, and that means a few things: Nice weather, Pride Month, gardening, donut day, and the latest Pixel Feature Drop update. This month we're getting several new features: previously leaked long-exposure Night Sight videos for animated astrophotography, the debut of the Locked Folder feature for Google Photos, a new Heads Up feature for Digital Wellbeing that leaked last year to help pedestrians, Assistant-based voice controls for answering or rejecting calls, a new Gboard feature to pull details like phone numbers or URLs from bigger chunks of text in your clipboard, and an expansion of car crash detection. Recorder and Call Screen are also coming to more markets and languages, plus a set of new Pride-themed ringtones and backgrounds. Read More
Pride Month is over, but the rainbow arcs over yonder. As such, Google is beginning to roll out some colorful new filters to its video calling app, Duo. Read More
June is Pride Month, and as part of a broader initiative in support of LGBTQ+ people, Google has brought a little Pride flavor to its Wallpapers app. Starting today, you can deck out your phone or Chromebook in a collection of vivacious rainbow-colored backdrops — including one featuring an absolutely delightful eel. Read More
Google's third Pixel Feature Drop update has been announced with a handful of new features and tweaks for the company's line of phones. While we might yet find more minor changes hiding inside when it rolls out, we're told there are four broad categories of new features Pixel owners can look forward to: New Adaptive Battery tweaks to stretch out battery life, Recorder app integration with the Google Assistant and Google Docs, tools to better manage your sleep, and new personal safety features including crisis alerts and a "safety check" feature that notifies emergency contacts if you don't respond to a scheduled check-in. Read More
You've got your Android-themed lanyard, pin, wall charger, bobble head, figurine, bedsheets, and toilet paper, but you still find yourself thinking, "Why did I get Android-themed toilet paper before buying a shirt with an Android bot eating an Apple logo?" Well, it's time to correct that mistake, as that particular shirt happens to be on sale right now for $5.55.
This deal ends around 9am tomorrow, so start going through your couch cushions now. While you're at it, you might as well start practicing your iOS vs. Android arguments. We all know you have them prepared and you're just getting this shirt to spite your iPhone-owning friends who will inevitably tell you, upon seeing this shirt, "Well, you are what you eat. Read More