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Google reportedly set for Pixel 3 launch on October 9th

Google isn’t far off unveiling its brand new third-generation Pixel devices, but before the company can put an official stamp on anything, we have yet more leaks to sift through. As rumours have indicated, it looks as though Google will be ditching the 3.5mm jack with the Pixel 3 XL, …

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Android 9 Pie is reportedly causing quick charge issues for Google’s first-gen Pixel XL

Google released its next-generation operating system last week, titled Android 9 Pie for Pixel handsets. Sadly, it seems that owners of the first-generation Pixel XL smartphone are experiencing issues with fast charging since the update landed. The first generation Pixel XL natively supports fast charging, providing that a compatible ‘USB-PD’ …

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Google launches last Beta for Android P before official release

Google might still be processing its record-breaking fine for its anti-competitive Android practices, but that hasn’t slowed development down on the latest version of the mobile operating system. The company has now pushed out its final preview of the upcoming Android P, accessible to users within the Android Beta Programme. …

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European Commission fines Google a record-breaking $5 billion

The European Commission has finally decided the fate of Google following complaints of anti-competitive behaviour surrounding its Android platform. Google has been ordered to pay a record-breaking €4.34bn (£3.8bn/$5bn) fine, which the company states is unjustified given that “Android has created more choice for everyone, not less.” European competition commissioner …

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Google adds Continued Conversations to Google Home

When you get a smart assistant such as Alexa or Google Assistant, it never really stops feeling unnatural to add Ok, Google, or Hey, Alexa before every command. Google is looking to tackle that problem with a new feature for Google Home, known as ‘Continued Conversations’. This feature was a …

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