Google announces the Pixel 5 for $699 with less-powerful specs

The much-awaited Pixel 5 has been announced for $699 by Google. When you take a look at the flagship, the Pixel 5, in comparison to last year’s Pixel 4 has bland specs — Google has cut off flashy features like…

Google Pixel 4a announced with Snapdragon 730G and single camera

Google’s Pixel 4A, which was teased all the way back from December has been finally revealed. Those rumors back then turn out to be true as this year we are not getting an XL version, but a phone with a…

Google Meet is now free for everyone

Google makes the Meet, its video meeting app, free for everyone to use. Although you never required to pay for a Meet call, you did need a paid G Suite account in order to start one. Google Meet rightly contends…

YouTube to cut video streaming default to 480p due to coronavirus outbreak

YouTube will make all of its video streams across the globe to ‘Standard Definition’, the selfsame move as in Europe with the global internet traffic spearing up on the grounds of social distancing being practiced to fray SARS-CoV-2 spread, reports…

Android 11 Developer Preview is now official, brings further enhancements

Google releases the Developer Preview 1 of the new Android 11/R this time a month prior to March — the month Google is used to releasing its first Developer Preview of a new Android version. Being a developer preview, it’s…

Second edition of GBG BizFest happening on 28th of December in Nepal

The Google Business Group Kathmandu will be hosting the second GBG BizFest and BizStart 2019 — Nepal’s biggest startup meet and expo on 28th December 2019. Google Business Group Kathmandu is organizing the event under the major collaboration with Genese…

Google acquires Fitbit for $2.1 billion

Google announces the acquisition of Fitbit, a San Francisco based wearable company for $2.1 billion. Rick Osterloh, Google SVP of devices and services, announcing the acquisition stated it as “an opportunity to invest even more in Wear OS as well…

Google Pixel 4 and 4 XL official; get 90Hz screens and telephoto lenses

Google launched its Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL this October. The highlighting features in the Pixel 4 duo include a 90Hz screen and dual cameras. And about the only feature that differentiates the two devices is the screen. Google…

Google cancels desserts name, upcoming Android Q to be called Android 10

The next version of Android is due to be released this fall. And Google has withdrawn the desserts’ name for the upcoming Android Q. So, no more sweetness in the names, the next Android name will be called just Android…

Google Pixel 4 XL renders show a notch-less top and dual selfie camera

Long after Google flashed the back of its Pixel 4 through a tweet, the full renders of the Pixel 4 XL are now surfacing online. @OnLeaks, one of the reliable leakster, has showcased a 3D render of the upcoming flagship…

Android 10 Q beta 3: What’s new and exciting in the upcoming Android?

Google I/O developer conference unveiled details about the next iteration of Android OS version – the Android Q, the label which at least for now is just version ‘Q’ as Google has not revealed the final name yet. But let’s…

Google Pixel 3a and 3a XL goes official with low-powered internals

Google has taken the wrap off their two new most anticipated budget offerings — the Pixel 3a and 3a XL. The two new devices can somewhat be taken as a successor to the affordable Nexus series that we have had…

Stadia: Google’s take on the gaming industry

Google announced its cloud-based gaming service ‘Stadia’ at Game Developers Conference 2019. And ‘Stadia’ shows up to be one of the most determined services from the company yet. This is not the only time that Google has tried on game…