The Pixel 7 will have a snoring and coughing detection feature

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Google today announced its new Pixel 7 and the Pixel 7 Pro smartphones at a hardware event in Brooklyn. While the company focused a lot on the security, voice, and camera features of the phone, it also briefly showed a new health feature in a slide: coughing and snoring detection. On a daily bedtime summary […]

The Pixel 7 will have a snoring and coughing detection feature by Ivan Mehta originally published on TechCrunch

Google’s Pixel 6a is a budget device with the heart of a flagship

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It’s probably hyperbole to credit Google’s Pixel A devices for single-handedly keeping the broader line alive during some admittedly lean times. Let’s be honest, much of that goes to Google’s very deep pockets — when you’re one of the world’s largest companies, what’s a little sunk-cost fallacy between friends? The budget devices have, however, been…

Google offers a peek at the Pixel 7

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Last August, Google tried something different. The company offered a sneak peek at the Pixel 6 several months ahead of its official announcement. The reasoning seemed sound. The company had spent several years working to reinvigorate the flagging smartphone line, and it was ready to show it off. Even more importantly, it wanted to build…

Google’s budget Pixel 6a arrives July 28 for $449

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Yes, the Pixel Watch is the thing. Google undoubtedly took some of the wind out of its own sails (and, perhaps, sales) by talking up a number of products we won’t be seeing for several months — and, in one case, a year — but let’s focus on the here and now for a moment.…

Android 13 makes push notifications opt-in

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Android development these days runs on a monthly cadence, so it’s no surprise that about a month after Google announced the first developer preview of Android 13 (codenamed ‘Tiramisu,’ as Google occasionally calls it in its developer documentation) it has now launched the second developer preview. These previews typically still have a lot of rough…