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June 24

Google sends Nest Hub discount codes to some YouTube TV subscribers

In recent weeks, Google has been sending out discount codes and even freebies to subscribers of its various services. This week, yet another promo is going out, this time delivering a hefty discount on a Nest Hub smart display to YouTube TV subscribers.

July 2

Google’s July 4th sale offers Nest Hub bundles, discounted smart cameras, more

Google July 4th promotions are rolling out at various retailers this morning, including notable deals on smart home accessories and more. Headlining is Google’s Nest Hub Max bundled with a Nest Hub for $229 at Home Depot. You’ll also find this offer over at B&H. That equates a nearly $330 value and is the best we’ve on this pairing. Bring the Nest Hub and Hub Max into your smart home and take control of lights, thermostats, and more. Leverage Google Assistant to call up your favorite news, sports, and other services. Rated 4.2/5 stars. Hit the jump for additional price drops for the holiday weekend.

July 1

All Pixelbook/Go and Pixel Slate owners can get $20 off Stadia Premiere Edition

Last month, Google dropped the price of Stadia Premiere Edition to $99.99. All Pixelbook, Pixelbook Go, and Pixel Slate owners in the US can now get a $20 discount on that hardware bundle from the Google Store.

June 15

Microsoft’s Surface Earbuds support the same Fast Pair features as Google Pixel Buds

Google has offered up its Fast Pair standard for headphones on Android for a while now, but few companies have actually adopted it. Now, a few weeks after their launch, we’re reminded that Microsoft’s Surface Earbuds support Fast Pair on Android, just like Google’s Pixel Buds.

June 26

[Update: Promo returns] Google bundling three free months of Disney+ with new Chromebooks

Disney+ debuted earlier this month and quickly garnered 10 million subscribers on launch day. The latest way to get the streaming service for free is buying a Chromebook this holiday season.

Yesterday

Report: Europe could approve Fitbit purchase if Google pledges not to use data for ads

Earlier this month, it emerged that Google’s Fitbit acquisition was facing deeper scrutiny from the EU. A new report today says that European regulators are willing to back off if Google formally pledges not to use Fitbit health data for advertising purposes.

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