After trying out for several years, Google is finally releasing its most premium product in the earbuds category: Pixel Buds Pro. They will cost $199 and will be available for pre-order on July 21.
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Google Pixel Buds A-Series comes with Adaptive Sound technology, touch controls, and wear detection. Available in Clearly White and Dark Olive, these earbuds are available for pre-order.
This morning, Google sent out an email to its Nest mailing list with an image of Pixel Buds never seen before. The dark green earbuds are likely the currently unannounced Pixel Buds A.
Numerous users reported that they were experiencing audio cutouts after set intervals. The Mountain View firm is addressing the issue with firmware update 552, which is currently rolling out.
Google has just announced a set of new features that are making their way to the Pixel Buds starting today, including the ability to individually adjust the volume for each earbud when you share them.
After launching in the US, the Pixel Buds have just gone on sale in more countries. Turns out, Google is already working on the first ‘feature drop' that will arrive by August end.
Google is making its truly wireless earbuds, the second-generation Pixel Buds available in nine more markets today. The company adds that more color options for them will come next month.
Users report that they have been experiencing connectivity issues with Pixel Buds 2. The issues, which have been reported since earbuds first started shipping, haven't been fixed by firmware updates.
Announced back in October, Google's second-generation Pixel Buds are now available. The wireless earbuds promise a longer range, better quality audio, and more. They're priced at $179.
On this week's episode of the Neowin Podcast, Rich and João talk about the new Pixel 4 and other devices announced at Google's event and the upcoming November 2019 Update for Windows 10.
Google has announced the new Pixel Buds, its first truly wireless earbuds. They offer 5 hours of battery on a single charge, long-range communication, and beamforming mics for calls.
IDC has revealed that wearable devices saw strong growth during the last quarter of 2018 with ear-worn wearables getting a 66.4% boost over the same period in 2017. Apple had the biggest market share.
Samsung might be launching its own wireless earbuds, dubbed Galaxy Buds along with the S10 lineup of flagship phones. It will rival the likes of the AirPods and Pixel Buds and might be priced at $169.
Google is running a promotion on the Pixel Buds through its online store, saving buyers $30 on the Google Assitant-enabled Bluetooth earbuds, which also offer real-time translation.
Google is reportedly working on more than one smartwatch if reports are to be believed. The company wants to go head to head with Apple in the wearables space with its own offerings that run Wear OS.
It probably goes without saying, but if you have a pair of wired Bluetooth earphones, you don't want to cut that cord. Allegedly, it appears that a rep within the Google Store suggested otherwise.
Google is beginning to ship the Pixel Buds to customers who pre-ordered the $159 wireless earphones back in early October, with deliveries set to start arriving on doorsteps throughout this week.
Google held its event today to announce an array of new devices. Amongst some of the more expected items, the firm surprised attendees with its Pixel Buds, offering real-time translations.