Dark, marketing-focused image resembles other leaks from the past week.
Users on Reddit report that their orders for 64GB white Pixel 2 units have been pushed back by a month.
Following a December appeal, Samsung's lawyers argue the damages shouldn't be calculated based on total profits.
Google teams up with HackerOne to offer a bounty program focused on reducing phishing and malicious code downloads.
New program will showcase 16 emerging artists per year through playlists, events and backstory videos.
Latest firmware patch brings the ability to use USB wireless headsets, but not all headsets are compatible.
Updated Clicking on the lower right corner of the screen brings up the menu, but turns out this is a bug that won't be around for long.
New 'Try It Now' feature lets Android users access Instant Apps directly from the Google Play storefront.
The popular teardown site reveals the location of the currently dormant Pixel Visual Core imaging chip.
Sony's new PS4 controller is 40% smaller than DualShock, but lacks key features, like touch and motion control.
New York introduced legislation allowing autonomous car tests in May, but other companies have shied from the restrictions.
Amazon’s system seems aimed at providing emergency charges when traditional charging would prove too difficult.
New security system for Google consumer accounts involves physical security keys and restriction of third-party access.
Google expands the animal-identifying features of Google Photos to help find specific cats and dogs.
Microsoft already released a patch that should fix the issue, and patches from Apple and Google aren't far behind.
Woz's new university will only be online at first, but will eventually have campuses in 30 cities worldwide.
New service lets you access ordering sites for restaurants like Five Guys and Chipotle straight from the app.
Sony's portable device allows you to turn any flat service into a surprisingly responsive Android 'tablet'.
Target joins Google Express' stable of retailers as part of an ongoing effort to compete with Amazon.
Specs apparently leak for Razer's upcoming smartphone, which will be officially revealed on November 1.