Made by Google Stories August 12

The Made by Google 2019 event is still a few months away, and yet it feels like we already know everything there is to know about the Pixel 4. That being the case, there’s no better time than now to take stock of what we know about the Google Pixelbook 2, being developed under the codename “Atlas.”

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Made by Google Stories August 8

Mario Queiroz has been involved with several of Google’s biggest hardware projects from Chromecast to Home and most recently Pixel. The Google VP is now leaving his role in charge of the phone team, with Hardware head Rick Osterloh directly overseeing for the time being.

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Made by Google Stories August 6

We’ve already gotten a pretty decent taste of what’s coming at this year’s Made by Google event, between official Pixel 4 teasers, Pixelbook 2 leaks, and early evidence of a Google Home revamp. It seems at least one more device is on the horizon, new Google WiFi hardware with WiFi 6 support.

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Over the past few years, Google has been churning out a lot of new hardware products and, generally speaking, it is pretty great at product design. Now, Google has offered a peek inside of the top-secret design lab that is the birthplace of the Pixel, Nest Hub, and other hardware products.

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Made by Google Stories August 5

While Google’s self-branded hardware lineup is relatively young, the company is today announcing a huge commitment going forward. By 2020, all products Google ships will be carbon neutral, and all Made by Google products will include recycled materials by 2022, with some starting later this year.

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Made by Google Stories July 25

Over the past few weeks, details have slowly been leaking out about a Chromebook codenamed “Atlas,” which we believe to be the next iteration of Made by Google Chrome OS hardware. We’ve now uncovered Geekbench benchmarks for Atlas, showing that the Pixelbook 2 candidate’s underlying hardware will be almost identical to that of the Pixel Slate.

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