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While Google pushes forward with new Pixel hardware, existing devices get another large patch haul.
The 4K Ultra HD streaming media player incorporates Google Android TV to stream content through a wide range of apps.
The Pixel and Pixel XL phone models, which include hardware and software designed and engineered by Google, start at $649.
The Google Pixel smartphones and other devices are expected to be officially unveiled by Google on Oct. 4 at an event in San Francisco.
The latest HTC flagship phone is available at special pricing for use on the AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon mobile networks.
The Viveport store aims to provide a centralized site where VR enthusiasts can find new games and other VR experiences as they are created.
A man in China said his replacement Note7 caught fire while charging, according to reports. Some U.S. owners are reporting heat problems.
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When the company announced the end of its own smartphone production on Sept. 28, "surprised" was not a word that came to mind.
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Some 90 percent of Note7 owners are staying with the model after returning their original phones due to a global recall for battery fire problems.