Google announce release date for gaming service Google Stadia, pricing and more!

Google Stadia was announced back at Google’s I/O conference, but now we finally have a release date, this coming November and it’s looking incredible. Above is the exclusive pre-order Foundation Edition controller you can get to play all those Games, don’t worry though PC Gamers, you can still use Keyboard and Mouse if you insist.Continue reading “Google announce release date for gaming service Google Stadia, pricing and more!”

Google announces Nest WiFi, Nest Mini, a replacement to the Google Home Mini and Nest Hub at MadebyGoogle Event 2019

Alongside the Pixel 4 devices and the Pixelbook Go, Google have also announced a team of Nest devices, one of which may look slightly familiar, as Google have now added Nest branding to the former Google Home Mini with some improvements. Google also announced a Router and a Smart Speaker device, which we’ll get toContinue reading “Google announces Nest WiFi, Nest Mini, a replacement to the Google Home Mini and Nest Hub at MadebyGoogle Event 2019”

Google announces more “affordable” Pixelbook, the Pixelbook Go at MadebyGoogle Event 2019

As far as pointless products are concerned, the previous, still available, Pixelbook was really up there, however, Google are hoping to correct that slightly with the announcement of the Pixelbook Go. Typically, when Google add Go to a product, it’s the more budget functioned variant of the same device, which, whilst it is sort ofContinue reading “Google announces more “affordable” Pixelbook, the Pixelbook Go at MadebyGoogle Event 2019″

Google brings their Health and Fitness app Google Fit app on iPhone, with Apple Health and Apple Watch integration!

In a surprise move by Google, the company has just launches it’s Google Fit app on to the iPhone for the first time. Google Fit, is a direct competitor to Apple’s Health on Android, so the move is rather confusing to bring it to iOS, especially when you consider it’s myriad of features … orContinue reading “Google brings their Health and Fitness app Google Fit app on iPhone, with Apple Health and Apple Watch integration!”

Google set to announce “budget” Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL at I/O 2019 in May!

Courtesy of leaker Evan Blass, we finally have a high quality look at what Google’s more budget version of the Pixel 3 is going to look like, and it ain’t too surprising. Whilst we’ve yet to see the XL variant, unless they do look the same. This is the Google Pixel 3a, which are expectedContinue reading “Google set to announce “budget” Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL at I/O 2019 in May!”

Google unveils all-new Material Design focused Gmail design, coming first to Android, then iOS!

When Google decided to kill off popular mail client Inbox, which will be happening this coming March, it was also announced that some of Inbox features would be making it to the regular Gmail app. We’re not quite sure if this is going to satisfy Inbox users, or even past Gmail users, but this isContinue reading “Google unveils all-new Material Design focused Gmail design, coming first to Android, then iOS!”

Google IO 2018: Combination of creepy and inspired?!

Google IO 2018 has just ended, and as always Google had a lot to talk about at their annual developers conference, but how much actually is relevant and important to you and me, well let’s take a look shall we. As always, Google showed off their latest efforts in the world of Android, as wellContinue reading “Google IO 2018: Combination of creepy and inspired?!”

Lenovo Smart Display brings Google Assistant to the Screen!

Lenovo have just announced, at CES 2018, yet another way to access the Google Assistant, from a display and speaker set up. Of course, the idea is nothing new, but it’s clear that both Lenovo and Google are hoping to steal some thunder from Amazon’s Echo Show, with the Smart Display. The device comes inContinue reading “Lenovo Smart Display brings Google Assistant to the Screen!”

Google Pixel 2 XL Review

As former, very satisfied, owners of the original Google Pixel, it was only natural we wanted to be one of the first to check out the successor to the original Google Pixel and Pixel XL, and so we did with the Google Pixel 2 XL. However, when it comes to a device with surrounding controversy,Continue reading “Google Pixel 2 XL Review”

Let’s talk Google Pixel 2 XL Screen – What can be fixed, what can’t, and what doesn’t matter!

To say Google’s new Pixel 2 line of Smartphones have had a smooth start, would be about as accurate as a Smartphone stock Calculator app getting 1+2+3 wrong, but, hey, that’s the crazy world we live in (seriously, any iOS users on 10.2 or later try it). Whilst the smaller Pixel 2 has come relativelyContinue reading “Let’s talk Google Pixel 2 XL Screen – What can be fixed, what can’t, and what doesn’t matter!”

Microsoft announce Edge Browser for iOS and Android, as well as new Microsoft Launcher, signalling the end of Windows 10 Mobile?!

In a somewhat surprising announcement, Microsoft made two announcements for the world of mobile today, though likely unpleasant announcements for those fans of Microsoft’s Windows 10 Mobile efforts, bringing the companies Edge browser cross platform and a new updated launcher for Android. On a Windows Blog written by Microsoft’s CVP of Windows and Devices, JoeContinue reading “Microsoft announce Edge Browser for iOS and Android, as well as new Microsoft Launcher, signalling the end of Windows 10 Mobile?!”

Google ‘madebygoogle’ Event 2017

It’s that time of year again, one year since the very first, the madebygoogle Event is here, and Google had a collection of products announced at the Event. Whilst most really only cared about the Pixel smartphones, Google had a collection of additions to that list. So, before we get to the Google Pixel, let’sContinue reading “Google ‘madebygoogle’ Event 2017”