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Google’s Pixel 3 doesn’t completely overhaul the company’s flagship smartphone, but it includes a lot of welcome upgrades. One of those is the new Titan M security chip which is built into the device. Now, Google is detailing a few ways in which that chip makes the Pixel 3 its most secure smartphone to date.

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Google’s Gboard is a fantastic keyboard for Android, and one of its most handy functions is the built-in GIF search and sticker packs. Today, a new sticker pack is debuting and it celebrates American Sign Language.

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Deal: Get Pixelbook at 25% off: $750!

Google Stories October 16

Google Play Protect now scans all apps shared with Files Go

Google takes security on Android pretty seriously, and Google Play Protect is one of the most effective tools the company has to do that with. Now, Files Go is adding Play Protect enhancements for all apps shared through the handy file explorer.

As per usual, the camera is a huge focus for Google with its new Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. In an advertising push for these new devices, Google has partnered with rapper Eminem to shoot his new music video for “Venom” on the Pixel 3 camera from the top of the Empire State Building.

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Google Stories October 13

In this week’s top stories: We bring together all of our recent Pixel coverage in a convenient Google event roundup, Xiaomi launches a new Android TV box, Razer unveils a new smartphone, and more.

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Google Stories October 12

Notches aside, I’m a massive fan of Google’s design aesthetic. Each of their devices is thoughtfully designed and they’re quirky in a very Google way. Last year’s Pixel 2 XL was my favorite design to date for a very specific reason and, unexpectedly, the new white Chromecast is what ended up being 2018’s version of it.

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