Google Stadia officially launched its free tier yesterday, bringing gaming to a brand-new market of folks who may not have considered it before. One thing many Stadia fans have been asking for, though, is Android TV support, which now appears to be much closer to a reality.
This week we talk about our exclusive and definitive report detailing the Google Pixel 4a, while the new Pixel Buds have also been in the news. We then go into the Google Meet and Chat rebrands, as well as Stadia’s free tier launch.
The two managed to pull off a “Quarantine Remix” for an at-home episode of “The Tonight Show” using household items.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos on Wednesday made a surprise visit to an Amazon fulfillment center and a Whole Foods store as workers have called on the company to better protect them against the coronavirus.
Prince William and Duchess Kate are lifting spirits amid the coronavirus pandemic with video calls to students.
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Many teachers have thrown up their hands in frustration about the recent wave of “Zoombombing” incidents on the Zoom video conference service and are looking for quick solutions elsewhere.
Dr. Mandip Thiara was surprised at how swiftly U.K. health start-up AccuRx was able to set him and his colleagues up with its new remote video consultation software.
The COVID-19 pandemic is forcing hospitals to adapt at a rapid pace to protect patients and healthcare workers alike. A new report from Wired today explores how hospitals across the United States are using iPads to help nurses check in on patients and much more.
Sundar Pichai, chief executive officer at Google LLC, speaks during the Google Cloud Next ’19 event in San Francisco, California, U.S., on Tuesday, April 9, 2019.