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Google Pixel review

Looking for an Android phone on the smaller side? There aren’t a lot of options that pack high-end specifications — that’s often saved for the phones with bigger displays. Google’s new Pixel smartphones are taking a cue from Apple and Samsung, offering two variants of a flagship smartphone. The differences between the Pixel and the […]

Google is still a startup when it comes to hardware

Google is a subsidiary of the company Alphabet, founded in October of 2015. It includes other business as well like Calico, DeepMind, X, Google Fiber and Next Labs. That said, this article isn’t going to talk about Project Loon or the security cameras, thermostats or smoke alarms from Nest, but about the products from Google. According to […]

Android 9 Pie review: Closing the gap

The Android 9 Pie release is the proof in the proverbial pudding that Android as an operating system has hit its stride. Lacking neither underlying features or surface polish, Android 9 Pie is the most complete, comprehensive and consistent version of Android yet. It delivers on many of the promises of Android versions past, bringing […]

Yes, Google is copying Apple, but for its own benefit

Before I begin, I just want to mention that this isn’t about determining whether one of the manufacturers is better than the other, but rather about observing the facts and giving my opinion on the topic. Perhaps you won’t agree with me and may even think that I’m completely off the mark, so please don’t hesitate […]

Android 7.0 Nougat: release date, news and features

Find out everything we know so far about Android 7.0 Nougat. / © AndroidPIT Jump to a section: Android 7.0 Nougat name Following an online fielding of ideas from the public, Google has revealed the official name of the next version of Android: 7.0 Nougat. The ceremony took place over Snapchat. The name Android Nougat was […]

Google Pixelbook review

Google’s previous Chromebook Pixels were pretty mixed bags. The original launched in 2013 for $1299 and its successor for $999. The hardware was definitely worth the cash, but the software wasn’t. Chrome OS was a glorified browser, which made the laptop inconvenient (or nearly impossible) to use for those who required specialized software. But times […]