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April 5

Supreme Court rules that Android Java usage is fair use in win for Google over Oracle

In 2019, Google asked the Supreme Court to review Oracle’s long-running lawsuit over whether Android’s usage of Java was fair use. The Supreme Court this morning sided with Google and overturned Oracle’s win following a lower court ruling three years ago.

April 12

9to5Google Daily 637: The Pixel 5a lives, Oh So Orange Pixel Buds discontinued, plus more

Listen to a short-form recap or roundup of all the top 9to5Google stories of the previous 24 hours. 9to5Google Daily is available on Spotify,Google Podcasts, Amazon, iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app, Stitcher, or through our dedicated RSS feed for Pocket Casts and other podcast players.

April 11

Google discontinues ‘Oh So Orange’ Pixel Buds, sold out at all retailers

As we’ve reported and spotted, Google’s next wireless earbuds are the “Pixel Buds A.”  The launch of a presumed cheaper model should not impact the second-generation pair launched a year ago. That said, the Pixel Buds are no longer available in Oh So Orange.

April 30

Google’s Instagram story shows off what looks like a white Pixel 4a prototype

A recent Instagram Story posted by the official Made by Google account has given us a glimpse of what a white Pixel 4a could have looked like in the flesh.

April 6

9to5Google Daily 633: Pixel 5 April update brings GPU boosts, Workspace accounts keep unlimited Docs until 2022, plus more

Listen to a short-form recap or roundup of all the top 9to5Google stories of the previous 24 hours. 9to5Google Daily is available on Spotify,Google Podcasts, Amazon, iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app, Stitcher, or through our dedicated RSS feed for Pocket Casts and other podcast players.

April 28

Google posts I/O 2021 schedule, starting with Sundar Pichai keynote on May 18 at 10 a.m.

As we get closer to I/O 2021, Google today posted the schedule of sessions and other events for its three-day developer conference next month.

April 29

Gmail adds ‘External’ badge to emails from outside your Google Workspace organization

Preventing “unintentional data loss” is a big concern for companies, and Gmail is now adding an “External” badge on email conversations that include recipients outside your Google Workspace organization.

April 30

Google is working on UWB connectivity, possibly for Pixel 6 family

Google is experimenting with putting ultra-wideband (UWB) connectivity into their Android hardware, likely for the Pixel 6 family of phones.

April 9

The OnePlus Nord LE is a literal 1-device limited edition

OnePlus has decided that concept phones are not enough and made the OnePlus Nord LE, which is a special limited-edition-device run of one, and it plans on giving it away.

April 7

Google I/O 2021 will be virtual and free to attend from May 18-20

After canceling entirely last year, Google today announced that I/O 2021 will be virtual and free to attend. This developer conference is the company’s biggest event of the year and will run from May 18-20.

April 15

Alphabet Scoop 118: Pixel 5a 5G rumors and new Nest Cam speculation

This week 9to5Google’s Abner Li, Ben Schoon, and Kyle Bradshaw talk about the Pixel 5a and what else they’ve learned about GS101 Whitechapel, while closing on what new Nest Cams could look like. Sponsored by NVIDIA GeForce NOW:Real-time gameplay straight from the cloud to any device you own. Check back every GFN Thursday for the latest games, […]

May 4

YouTube Brandcast 2021 sees latest Originals as growth in TV screen watch time continues

YouTube this morning hosted its 2021 Brandcast Delivered for advertisers. It’s an annual opportunity for the Google company to share its upcoming Originals content lineup and new ad offerings in a star-studded manner.

April 16

Google Doodle honors Italian physicist Laura Bassi

Google is replacing their homepage logo with a Doodle honoring Italian physicist Laura Bassi, the first woman to obtain a doctorate in science.

April 15

Google Pixel Buds A may ditch swiping volume gesture [APK Insight]

The latest update to the Google Pixel Buds app hints that the upcoming Pixel Buds A may ditch the series signature swiping gesture for adjusting volume.

April 28

‘New look’ for Android 12 widgets, Wear drops the ‘OS,’ & more from Google I/O 2021 sessions

The initial I/O 2021 “Program” — as it’s called this year — of sessions was released today and we have our first glimpse at what to expect from Google’s developer conference.

May 3

[Update: Final day] Pixel Buds get unexpected $50 discount until May 3

While all the speculation is currently focused on cheaper Google earbuds, there have been some recent developments around the 2nd-generation model. The latest involves several US retailers applying a rather significant $50 discount on the current Google Pixel Buds.

April 17

This week’s top stories: Play Movies for Roku shutting down, Android Auto night toggle, more

In this week’s top stories: Play Movies & TV app to be shut down on Roku and other smart TVs, Android Auto gains a manual day/night toggle, we offer first impressions of the OnePlus Watch, and more.

April 2

Exclusive: Pixel 6 will be powered by new Google-made ‘Whitechapel’ chip

9to5Google can report today that Google’s upcoming phones for this fall, including the presumed Pixel 6, will be among the first devices to run on the “GS101” Whitechapel chip. During an earnings call last fall, Google CEO Sundar Pichai teased “some deeper investments in hardware” and that there was a “terrific roadmap ahead” in 2021. […]

April 9

Stadia Changelog: 2 new games and more on the way, FIFA save fix coming

After getting a ton of new games last week, Stadia only added two over the past few days. This week, though, saw the announcement of several new games coming to Stadia, a few updates, and hints that a save issue with FIFA 21 could be on the horizon.

May 6

Five great GeForce Now PC games you can play on Android

One of the biggest benefits of cloud gaming is versatility, both in where you can play and in the ways you can control your game. With NVIDIA GeForce Now you can just as easily play with a controller as you can with keyboard and mouse, and that includes some great PC games on just about […]

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