Pixel own in house SoC dream dies
Google has reportedly lots three of its key hardware engineers that gave the iPhone A series chip its edge. Manu Gulati, John Bruno and Vinod Chamarty waved Google goodbye, the departure caused by the lack of Google’s ambition to build a serious mobile SoC platform. Apple will have an easier time to complete, now.
We sense a backfire
US president Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump’s trade war and a personal grudge against Huawei has suddenly found an ally in Google.
Made an offer that people could not refuse
Italy’s competition watchdog has announced that it has opened an investigation into alleged abuse of a dominant market position by Google in the smart device sector.
Looking at cloud-based gaming.
Software king of the world Microsoft and Sony are partnering on cloud-based gaming services in an area where they have been traditional rivals.
New mobile advert apps
Google announced a bunch of new ad types today that’ll start showing up throughout its mobile products.
iFixit gives them a good repairability score
Now that Google's affordable Pixel 3a smartphones are released, it was just a matter of time before they get a teardown by iFixit, giving them a good repairability score.
All depends on how you see it
Google CEO Sundar Pichai slammed Apple for making privacy a luxury good which is only available for those who can afford it.
Meet the proper Nexus successors
Google has officially unveiled its newest Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL smartphones, an affordable 5.6- and 6.0-inchers with Qualcomm Snapdragon 670 SoC, and the same camera as on the Pixel 3 smartphone.
Sky and BT warn that government was wasting its time
In a move that everyone foresaw, other than the people who gave you Brexit, a small change to Google’s browser could make the UK government’s attempts to censor the internet useless.