It's been just over a year since Google Stadia launched, and despite there being hundreds and thousands of vocal critics, those that have actually tried and used the system are very impressed. Our team at GamesReviews falls into that category. With a year in the rearview mirror, Google is providing some updates on what to expect going forward for Google Stadia!
Our home is just a few short weeks away from being torn apart and opened right up, but until then, Robby the Roomba is zooming around some fairly cramped quarters, most notably in our dinning room. Until today, anytime I sent Robby on a cleaning run in my dinning room, I would lift the chairs up onto the table as I would when I normally vacuumed the room by hand. Today after lunch, I decided to leave the chairs on the floor, and see how Robby navigated this mess.
Will from GamesReviews recently reviewed the Alcatel 1B smartphone, and came to a very reasonable conclusion - for a smart phone so cheap, it delivers a lot of bang for your actual bucks. And that sentiment also applies to the 1X, so instead of copy pasting the review and labeling it with a new header, go ahead and give that review a read, and see below the differences between the 1X and the 1B!
Video games are obviously the focus of what we do here at GamesReviews.com, although we've purposefully expanded into the tech space at the ask of our readers. Google has been a great partner with us on that journey, and you all have really been enjoying the content we put out. Anytime we do a tech review, however, we like tie it directly into gaming, and so today we are looking at gaming on the Google Pixel 5!
While 2020 begins a brand new decade, it also ushers in a new philosophy at Google when it comes to their lineup of Pixel phones. While rumored for most of the year, Google did in fact launch a Google Pixel 5, but did not include an XL model as in previous years. Google also opted to aim for a brand new price point with the Pixel 5, one that detangles them from the high end market and places them more appropriately in that mid-tier level. But with a number of downgrades to the device over ...
Beginning today, Google Stadia is offering numerous demos for folks to enjoy free of charge. No credit card is required to enjoy these demos - new ones launching the 20th, 21st and 22nd - but they are limited. Beginning today, folks can play a brand new PacMan demo! Here are more details from Google PR:
The budget smart phone market has blown up over the past few years, and now all the major companies are trying to enter this market with their own phones, sacrificing build quality, power, and more, in order to get a phone at a budget price, while still turning a profit. Apple and Google have been at the forefront of this marketplace fight, with the iPhone SE and the Pixel 'a' series of phones. Thanks to our friends at Google Canada, we are currently using the brand new Pixel 4a smartphone, ...
Over the past few weeks, we have been using and reviewing the Pixel 4a, our pick for the best mid-market smart phone in 2020. While it wasn't a secret, it was good to see the 5G Pixel 4a today, as well as the brand new Pixel 5.
During their 2020 Made by Google, Launch Night In showcase, Google announced the brand new Nest Audio smart speaker, which will be available in just a little while. While Google has released a number of different smart speakers over the years, it looks like new software will make the Nest Audio the premier smart speaker option this holiday season.
Today, Google unveiled their newest devices, tech, and software that will be launching through the end of 2020, and did so in an outstanding, 30 minute showcase. From outlining the brand new 5G phones, to showing up the Nest Audio, there was no shortage of new - albeit not surprising - announcements this afternoon. While we work on our full fledged article, take a trip through my tweets below to see what grabbed my attention the most!