Here's Everything Google Announced Today

Here's Everything Google Announced Today

The company unveiled the latest Pixel phones—we’ve long known those were coming, thanks to leaks —as well as some new smart speakers, smart earbuds, and a new Chromebook.And like other top phones this year, the Pixel also gains a square camera module on the back.

Watch Google's Pixel 4 Hardware Event Right Here

Watch Google's Pixel 4 Hardware Event Right Here

We should also see some new hardware for the smart home, and now that Google has been busy pulling all of its smart devices under the Nest brand, if new smart speakers and mesh Wi-Fi routers are announced at Tuesday's event, they should also carry the Nest name.

Our Favorite Android Phone Is on Sale Right Now

Our Favorite Android Phone Is on Sale Right Now

The Google Pixel 3A XL costs $429 ($50 off) at Amazon and $380 at Best Buy ($100 off).The Google Pixel 3A XL costs $429 ($50 off) at Amazon and $380 at Best Buy ($100 off).

15 Great Deals on Phones, Tablets, TVs, and Dongles

15 Great Deals on Phones, Tablets, TVs, and Dongles

We put out an explainer and preorder guide , but there's another benefit of a new iPhone: It brings price cuts, discounts, and deals on all kinds of semi-related devices as retailers prepare their mobile goods for the holiday season.

New Google Gestures, the Capital One Hacker, and More News

New Google Gestures, the Capital One Hacker, and More News

The touchless phone-gestures of the future are here, the Capital One hacker didn't cover her tracks, and we've got some suggestions for cleaning up your air.

Google's New Gesture Controls Aren't Just for the Pixel

Google's New Gesture Controls Aren't Just for the Pixel

When Google's next flagship smartphone, the Pixel 4, arrives this fall, it will respond to a series of gesture interactions—a pinch of the fingers, or a wave of the hand—without the user ever needing to touch the screen.

Google Leaks the Pixel 4 Itself—and It Won’t Matter a Bit

Google Leaks the Pixel 4 Itself—and It Won’t Matter a Bit

The point of a Pixel device has never been how it looks, but the features it packs in.“What they’re doing is leaking a design,” says Tuong Nguyen, a tech industry analyst for the research firm Gartner.