Google Pixel 6 Outsells Both Pixel 4 and Pixel 5 Combined

At the Google I/O 2022, Google unveiled the first look of the Google Pixel 7 and Google Pixel 7 Pro. Both these devices took a lot of design cues and developments from their predecessor, the Pixel 6 series. According to Google’s report, the Google Pixel 6 was a massive success. The tech giant has reported that the 2021 Pixel 6 sales fared better than the two generations of smartphones that it has released prior to this. In fact, sales of Google Pixel 6 did better than Google Pixel 5 series and Google Pixel 4 series, combined.

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Google Mentions Augmented Reality Glasses at I/O 2022, Teases AR Translation

Tech giant Google recently hosted one of the biggest events in tech, the Google I/O 2022. In a surprising move, Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google, previewed the company’s efforts to enter the realm of augmented reality with a look at their AR glasses, and AR language translation. Pichai termed AR a “new frontier of computing.” He recapped the tech giant’s existing efforts that were announced on the same day, touching briefly upon Multisearch and Scene Exploration in Google Lens, along with Immersive View in Maps.

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Pixel 6a to Launch in India after 2 Years of No New Pixel Launches

Tech giant Google introduced the Google Pixel 6a to the world during the Google I/O 2022. The latest smartphone in the Pixel A series will be made available in India. This makes the Pixel 6a the first smartphone sold by Google in India after a period of nearly two years. The Google Pixel 6 and the Google Pixel 6 Pro devices are currently available in 12 countries, including France, Italy, Spain, Australia, Canada, Germany, Ireland, Japan, Singapore, Taiwan, the United Kingdom, and the United States. According to documentation by Google, the Pixel 6a will be introduced in these regions. Additionally, the Pixel 6a will be launching in the US territory of Puerto Rico, which was skipped by the tech giant when it came to the Pixel 5a.

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Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro with Aluminum Camera Bar Unveiled by Google

In an unexpected move, at the I/O 2022 event, Google officially revealed the first look at the latest models in their flagship smartphone devices. The tech giant introduced Google Pixel 7 and Google Pixel 7 Pro at the event, with both devices exhibiting a revamped design that shows off an aluminum camera bar.

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Tensor Powered Google Pixel 6a Introduced at $449

Tech giant Google officially launched the Pixel 6a during the Google I/O Developer conference this year. The 6.1-inch Pixel 6a is an affordable entry-level device for the tech giant’s Google Pixel 6 series. The device is powered by Google’s flagship Tensor processor. The glass and metal used in the other Pixel 6 devices like the Pixel 6 and the Pixel 6 Pro have been swapped out for a recycled aluminum frame and polycarbonate backplate.

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Google I/O 2022 Schedule Hints at What to Expect

Google I/O 2022 is to be held from 11th to 12th May this year. The annual I/O keynote hosted by the tech giant is primarily geared towards developers who work with Android’s ecosystem. However, oftentimes, the event also leads to exciting hardware reveals and announcements regarding future products by Google. The tech giant has published a schedule of the keynote, giving a good idea of what to expect from the event.

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Google I/O 2022 Scheduled for 11-12 May from Shoreline Amphitheater

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Today, Google has confirmed the dates of Google I/O 2022. The tech giant announced that will be hosting the I/O event for 2022 live from the Shoreline Amphitheater. Google I/O 2022 is going to primarily take place online. There will also likely be a livestream for parts of the event as well. It will happen directly from the venue itself. The tech giant’s annual Google I/O puzzle is also live on the website, and is accompanied by a countdown.

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Google Brings This New Feature To Warn Users About Fake News

Fake news has become a major problem of the internet nowadays. It affects big tech giants like Twitter, Facebook, and Google too much. All of them are somehow trying to bring in ways to alert the users about fake news. Twitter achieves this by labeling tweets as “manipulated media”. Facebook also brought its tools but that isn’t of much use either. Now, Google has brought forth a new feature in its Search to alert users about fake news.

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