Google out with several new products, but the Pixel 4 phone drawing the most attention.
Most new Google products steering you to Google’s artificial intelligence…the Google Assistant.
The assistant can complete some tasks on the phone, bypassing the cloud.
Dictate text messages more quickly… and the phone has better facial recognition.
Google confirming the phone can be unlocked even if the users eyes are closed. That could give someone else access to the phone. You can turn off recognition.
No word if Google is fixing the issue.
By comparison, the iPhone requires the users eyes be open.
There’s a second camera lens…and A-I recognizes people you photographed before…automatically focusing on them.
Motion-sensing tech reads your hand-waving gestures to skip songs or switch apps.
Google’s answer to Airpods…Pixel Buds.
Five-hours on a single charge, 24-hours via a wireless charging case.
The earbuds sit in your ear canal and you choose from an assortment of colors.
179-dollars when it launches next spring.
Scuttle say Apple may come out with a high-end Airpod Pro featuring a new metal design and advanced sound quality.
Another popular phone with a woe. Samsung says someone else may be able to open your Galaxy S 10 and Note 10.
The smartphones can be fooled by residue left by fingers on the screen protector. Sounds like a not-so-smartphone.
Samsung says the screen protector makes the sensor malfunction. A software update will fix the issue.