Google I/O 2019 is right around the corner. This year's conference venue will be in Mountain View, California.
Google's Pixels have only been sold directly by one of the "big four" U.S. carriers for years - we mean Verizon.
Google will also likely livestream the keynote on YouTube, with the Google Developer's channel hosting the video previous year. Android Q is likely to bring support for foldable devices, "bubbles" like Facebook messenger for multi-tasking, system-wide dark mode and improved privacy and device security features. Price points for 128GB storage options are still unknown, but it's safe to say that a 128GB storage variant of the Pixel 3a will cost over $400, while Pixel 3a XL's will go over $500. Carl likes to socialize, so you will hear more from him, as he has been appointed to keep the Tech News Watch social media feeds up-to-date.
Gaza-Israel hostilities flare with rocket attacks, air strikes
This came after four Palestinians were killed and 51 injured in clashes with Israeli forces along the border fence on Friday. In a statement, the two groups promised a "broader and more painful" response if Israel "pursues its aggression".
We know quite a lot about the upcoming Pixel 3a and 3a XL, and the most interesting piece of information is the hardware, which is not all that different from the regular Pixel 3 generation. So, stay tuned with us for more updates.
The phone box spotted at Best Guy has in-scripted details that were previously thought to be rumors, specifications such as the phone's 6-inch display and its storage of 64GB. It's the Nest Hub Max, which will be a new addition to the company's Assistant-backed Home smart displays lineup but possibly under the Nest brand name. Did Google deliver on its promises? Previously, Verizon was the official carrier and seller even though there were no major compatibility issues preventing Pixel users from migrating to the T-Mobile network. As far as the launch of Google Stadia is concerned, I think that the company might save it for the next E3 conference or later.
It has become the de facto photo management app for many of us over the last few years, and Google usually makes sure to introduce some new features at I/O that are destined for Google Photos in the weeks and months after.