Google's latest smartphones, the Pixel and Pixel XL, won't officially be launching in Singapore (at least for now) but there are still plenty of ways you can acquire one. Here are some updated offers we've scoured.
The ASUS ZenFone VR is the first to support both Google’s Project Tango depth-sensing technology and its Daydream VR platform. It also features a whopping 8GB of RAM, the better to transport you to a new reality.
Forget virtual reality (VR), Lenovo and Google wants you to explore the world of augmented reality (AR) in the first Tango-enabled smartphone, the Phab2 Pro. Check out our quick hands-on here.
Google’s new offices in Singapore is huge, spanning two entire blocks in Mapletree Business City II. I had a sneak peek before its official opening, and it may well be the most amazing office in Singapore.
The Google Pixel and Pixel XL phones have been widely lauded as the best Android phones on the market today. That said, the phones are still quite hard to find if you're living outside the US, but we've managed to get our hands on a Pixel XL. Here's a closer look at Google's latest beauty of a phone.
Google is serious about self-branding their new Pixel smartphones, which is a move away from the Nexus strategy we are familiar with so far. Find out more about their new handsets, strategy and other updates from Google.
There's a new messaging app in town today for Android phones and iPhones, and it's Allo from Google. Should you use it over Hangouts? Here's what you need to know about it.
Android Pay launches islandwide today, making Singapore the third country with Android Pay after the US and UK. The service is compatible with any Android device with NFC-enabled, running on Android 4.4 KitKat or higher and works with MasterCard and Visa cards from DBS, OCBC, POSB, Standard Chartered and UOB.
At the recently concluded Google I/O 2016, Project Tango was given a fair bit of attention at the developer sessions. While it's not new, just what is Project Tango about, and why would it matter more than VR in the short run? We cover these details as we try out the Yellowstone dev-kit running on the NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor.
As with any other Google I/O conference, the next Android OS build receives most attention, but this time round, it is evident that Google has a vested interest in a wide range of segments from Google Pay, to making app discovery and usage more seamless and even setting the grounds to bring VR to the mobile segment in a big way. Find out in this roundup!