I have been using the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL for nearly a week now, and in that time I've immersed myself in the goodness that is Android 8.0, Google's pleasantly updated design, and the unprecedented and unequaled Pixel camera. But for the majority of this week, I've opted to use the smaller Pixel 2, owing to just how poor the Pixel 2 XL's screen is.
Google's second generation of in-house designed phones has a lot of interesting competition out there. Do the Pixel 2 and 2XL stack up against the iPhones and Galaxy phones of the world? Here's what reviews say.
UPDATE: Google Maps is removing a feature that told you how many "mini cupcakes" you'd burn if you walked.
Design — the mysterious intersection of art and communication — was recently a second-class citizen at Google, subordinate to The Data. Not anymore.
How the tech giant is trying to leverage the science of breakthroughs and resurrect the lost art of invention.
Following last week's shooting in Las Vegas, YouTube has banned videos showing how to modify guns to fire more rapidly.
The first statement-turned-question Google's Pixel 2 commercial uses as an example is an odd one. "The Earth is flat," the ad says. Then, "The Earth is flat?" This might seem like a benign question if Google itself wasn’t completely terrible at accurately answering such queries.
Google tested many, many shades of gray to develop the Mini, a $49 home assistant that’s meant to fade into the background of everyday life.
Is this the start of a new era of premium Chromebooks, or does the Pixelbook lack the versatility to justify its steep cost?
Tech bloggers got a chance to play around with the Pixel 2 and 2 XL after today's Google event — here are their initial thoughts.
Last year was a coming-out party for Google hardware. This year is something different. It's a statement that Google is very serious about turning hardware into a real business on a massive scale — just maybe not this year.
Of course, this is a choreographed demo, so we should wait to see how this performs in the real world, but our first impression is, well, wow.
New Google Homes, new Pixelbook, new Pixels and more.
I’m eager to see what new stuff Google has in store, but before we get to that, it’s worth recounting what made the Pixel special and why it remains a terrific device today, a full year after its release
To succeed in mobile hardware, Google will have to master something for which it has never shown expertise: product marketing.
The reason why Google acquired what looks to be the majority of HTC’s phone design and engineering team is simple, and it’s been obvious for over a year: Google is serious about becoming a hardware company.
The site is mass delisting videos from its ad program, spreading the sense of persecution in communities from LGBT to the alt-right.
Women say Google denied them promotions, telling the Guardian they were forced into less prestigious jobs despite qualifications.
Credit reporting agencies don't have thousands of your text messages.
It’s a bit like being assimilated by the Borg. You get cool new powers. But having been assimilated, if your implants were ever removed, you’d certainly die. That basically captures our relationship to Google.
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