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The Google Store now supports returning gifts

Wednesday, May 16th, 2018

People always say "it's the thought that counts" when someone gets a bad gift. But hey, the gift kind of matters, too. That's why most stores let you return gifts. Now, the Google Store does that as well. It's not the easiest process, and you won't get the cash. Still, it's better than staring at that Home Mini you don't need forever.

The first thing you'll need is a gift you don't want.

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The Google Store now supports returning gifts was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Google pulls Moshi Type-C charging/audio adapter from Google Store without ever selling it

Wednesday, May 16th, 2018

We live in strange times when many phones have but one port, forcing you to choose between charging and audio. The $45 Moshi Type-C charging/audio adapter promised to let you do both, but Google just pulled it from the Google Store. In fact, it never actually went on sale. It was "coming soon" for six months, and now it's dead.

If we ignore the exorbitant price for a moment, the Moshi adapter seems like a useful doodad.

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Google pulls Moshi Type-C charging/audio adapter from Google Store without ever selling it was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Google Home Max makes its way to Canada, priced at $499 CAD

Wednesday, May 16th, 2018

Google released the Home Max near the end of last year, but there's still only one country it's officially available in: the United States. That changes today, though; the Home Max is now being sold in the Great White North at a price of $499 CAD (~$389 USD).

As you might expect from its name, the Home Max is Google's largest and most expensive smart speaker. In our review of it, we found that it's easy to set up, the sound quality is good, the design is inviting, and its voice recognition works even over loud music.

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Google Home Max makes its way to Canada, priced at $499 CAD was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Deal Alert] Google Clips is down to $199 ($50 off) on the Google Store

Monday, April 30th, 2018

Google's Clips is quite unlike any camera you've seen before. Announced along with the Pixel 2 in October 2017, this camera uses machine learning to detect when something interesting is happening and automatically take motion photos (think short videos without sound). Google seemed to target it to households with kids or pets where parents may want to leave the camera laying around and then check it out to see if it captured anything interesting.

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[Deal Alert] Google Clips is down to $199 ($50 off) on the Google Store was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Google Store launches in Singapore with Pixel 2XL, Google Homes, Chromecast, and more

Wednesday, April 18th, 2018

Buying Google's gadgets can be very difficult if you live in a country where they're not officially available. Overpriced black markets, questionable imports, and difficulty of finding support are some of the issues you face. But after today, that won't be the case for Android and Google fans in Singapore as the official Store is now launched in their country.

The Google Store in Singapore carries 6 products so far, but they're arguably the most interesting.

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Google Store launches in Singapore with Pixel 2XL, Google Homes, Chromecast, and more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Deal Alert] Google Daydream (2017) is 50% off again at several retailers

Monday, April 16th, 2018

The Daydream View (2017) virtual reality headset was announced last October along with the Pixel 2 devices, bringing better lenses, a better fabric material, and a controller that matches its color. Ever since, it has dipped from its $99 MSRP price a few times, the last of which was a half-off at Best Buy in March. Now the offer is back, but it's not just Best Buy that is discounting it: the same $49 price is available on the Google Store and a few other retailers.

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[Deal Alert] Google Daydream (2017) is 50% off again at several retailers was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

The 2016 Pixel phones are no longer available on the Google Store

Tuesday, April 10th, 2018

Google changed tactics in 2016 with the launch of the Pixel and Pixel XL. The Nexus brand was gone, and the phones were more expensive. Still, the Pixel turned out to be a fantastic phone. Google kept them around on the Google Store even after the Pixel 2 launched, but now that's over. The first-gen Pixels are gone.

The landing page URL for the 2016 Pixels now redirects to the phone category on the store, and that page includes just two links: the Pixel 2 and accessories for the Pixel 2.

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The 2016 Pixel phones are no longer available on the Google Store was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

The 2016 Pixel phones are no longer available on the Google Store

Tuesday, April 10th, 2018

Google changed tactics in 2016 with the launch of the Pixel and Pixel XL. The Nexus brand was gone, and the phones were more expensive. Still, the Pixel turned out to be a fantastic phone. Google kept them around on the Google Store even after the Pixel 2 launched, but now that's over. The first-gen Pixels are gone.

The landing page URL for the 2016 Pixels now redirects to the phone category on the store, and that page includes just two links: the Pixel 2 and accessories for the Pixel 2.

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The 2016 Pixel phones are no longer available on the Google Store was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Review: Moment’s modular lenses up your Pixel 2’s photography game… if you have a few hundred bucks lying around

Tuesday, March 27th, 2018

The cameras on smartphones are getting ridiculously good --- good to the point that most households don't even own standalone cameras anymore. But given the dimensions that phone cameras are restricted to, they're not as flexible as something like a mirrorless or DSLR with interchangeable lenses. That's where Moment comes in. The company offers a small collection of lenses that can be individually purchased and attached to its Photo Cases, which are available for a variety of phones.

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Review: Moment's modular lenses up your Pixel 2's photography game... if you have a few hundred bucks lying around was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Nest x Yale Lock makes its way to the Google Store

Monday, March 26th, 2018

Nest made both its Nest Hello smart doorbell and its Nest x Yale Lock available earlier this month. The Nest Hello went up for sale on the Google Store about a week ago, and now it's the Nest x Yale Lock's turn. The keyless lock can now be purchased for $279 from Google's storefront.

The Nest x Yale Lock finally arrived this month after massive delays, and its main differentiator from other smart locks is that it doesn't have a keyhole anywhere.

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Nest x Yale Lock makes its way to the Google Store was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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