Heavy shoppers might be able to multi-task
Heavy users of Chrome might actually be able to do something else on their high powered PCs and not find that their browser had eaten all their RAM with a side order of other systems resources.
What is the deal with bridges?
Google has decided that its new AI Home assistant needs to have a sense of humour, but unfortunately it thinks that the best people to teach it are some of the least funny people in America.
Pricing, but not performance, similar to latest iPhones
According to new estimates from Digitimes Research, the recently announced Google Pixel smartphone is expected to reach 3 to 4 million shipments in the second half of this year, giving a 10 percent increase in HTC’s total smartphone shipments from the first half.
Even Mr Robot can be fired at Google
The search engine Google did some sterling work researching robotic arms for manufacturing, but abandoned the project because it had no consumer use.
Social notworking site Twitter has told potential acquirers it wants to have finished sales negotiations by the time it reports third-quarter earnings on 27 October.
From Siri's creator
Samsung has written a cheque for an AI outfit called Viv which was founded by one of Siri's co-creators.
Flagship price but no performance to match
Back when it appeared that Google was finally going head to head with flagship offerings from other companies, including Samsung's Galaxy smartphone or even Apple's iPhone it seems the firm has a long way to go.
Google's first 4K media stick will retail for $69
On Tuesday at a Google event in San Francisco, the company announced a digital media player called the Chromecast Ultra, a successor to the Chromecast 2, that is now capable of outputting in 4K resolution and including an Ethernet port.
Says final goodbye to affordable Nexus smartphones
Google has now severed its connection to the affordable Nexus lineup as it has unveiled two premium smartphones, the Pixel and Pixel XL.
Stop paying smartphone makers to preinstall Google search
EU anti-trust watchdogs are set to rip a patch out of Google’s bottom line by insisting the outfit stop paying smartphone makers to pre-install Google Search exclusively on their devices.