Even with all of the smart appliances I’ve been lusting over recently — kettles, fridges, washing machines — I didn’t expect to add mirrors to the list. That all changed when I stumbled across Google engineer Max Braun’s bathroom mirror, which is amazing and fantastic and damn I want one.
While Samsung’s Galaxy S7 has been stealing most of the headlines recently, HTC’s upcoming phones have also seen some rumour mill attention. This week we learned about HTC’s One M10 flagship… and a very intriguing possibility that the company will develop a Nexus smartphone for Google this year.
Reddit user /u/rustid impressed the Android community on Friday with his latest project: adding wireless charging to the Nexus 6P. The work doesn’t look the cleanest — thanks to protruding wires on the back of the case and an upside-down Wireless Charger notice — but it works, and that’s what counts.
Today we’re going hands on with the Google Pixel C, the first Pixel device to be released with Android on board instead of Chrome OS. Like a Nexus device, this 10.2-inch tablet comes with the latest version of stock Android (Marshmallow), but it’s built by Google’s in-house team rather than an external manufacturer like Huawei or Motorola. It also sets itself apart from its peers with a unique keyboard cover accessory, which could make it a productivity powerhouse. Let’s see how it measures up!
Google recently released the Pixel C, a 10.2-inch Android tablet with a beautiful glass and aluminium build and a nifty keyboard attachment. It seems like an ideal work tablet at first blush, but dig deeper and you’ll find a bit of a deal breaker: there’s no way to have two apps on screen at once.