Pixel 5 is now available! Jerry makes the case for why it’s a good thing that Google is no longer playing the flagship game. He, Dan, and Ara also check out the budget-minded OnePlus Nord N10 5G and N100.
The gang rail against new icons, say goodbye to Google Play Music, and compare Google’s subscription bundle options to Apple One.
Chromebooks powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon chips are on the way. How will they compare to their Intel counterparts with regard to battery life and performance?
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- Google blasts past expectations with a big rebound in Q3 earnings | Android Central
- Snapdragon chips are going to make Chromebooks even better | Android Central
- Acer Chromebook Spin 513 arrives with LTE and Snapdragon 7c | Android Central
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- 5 Chromebook trends that need to die | Android Central
- Google resumes Chrome OS 86 rollout after botched launch | Android Central
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