9to5Google Daily 323: Nvidia Shield TV Pro surfaces, Google Books gets long overdue makeover

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October 17

Last night, Google quietly revealed that the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL will support Stadia alongside the Pixel 3/3a and new Pixel 4. It has now emerged that Stadia on those phones will require Wi-Fi at launch and not work on mobile networks.

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Thursday deals: Anker Liberty Air earbuds $56, Samsung dual Qi charger, more

Anker Liberty Air earbuds are $56, while Samsung’s dual Qi charger and Ring’s Stick Up cam are both on sale too. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

[Update: Available] Verizon’s HumX brings Google Assistant to your car w/ handy voice actions

Google Assistant is landing pretty much everywhere nowadays, and this week at CES 2019 it’s expanding further and further. Now, Verizon’s Hum car accessory is adding Google Assistant integration.

Earlier this morning, the Shield TV Pro popped up on Amazon with Dolby Vision support and a new remote. The second Nvidia device rumored for this year has now leaked from Newegg in an interesting circular stick-esque form factor.

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October 15

One of the first announcements at Made by Google 2019 revealed that Stadia is launching on November 19. A number of new details have also emerged at the event today, including the Google Stadia UI for Android phones and TVs, packaging, and which mobile devices are supported.

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