Where will the Google Pixel 2 be made? Foxconn? Uhh. Today we received very interesting rumors from some our Foxconn workers/friends. We know that the company HTC is engaged in the production of smartphones Google Pixel and Pixel XL. However, back in last week, rumors spread over Foxconn partners that Google find new partner for …read more →
Hi guys. Today i want to tell you some new things about Google Pixel 2 release date, rumors and features incl. Google Pixel XL 2. We know that Google has been released their new phone for all Android fans.
Hi. Today we can see more about Google Pixel XL vs iPhone 7 Plus Camera Test Comparison. If you are one of them who want to buy new Google Pixel XL or iPhone 7 Plus, you must understand that Apple and Google made cool products with different features incl. Camera. Now you can see this …read more →
Done. It’s first cool phone by Google. How many megapixels is the is Google Pixel, Google Pixel XL? The Google Pixel has a 12 megapixel primary camera, which will produce extra high quality shots. Pixel XL has similar camera for yours photos and videos.
Baidu, the well-known Chinese internet giant, has already overtaken Google as the leader in the search engine market in China. Baidu was created in 2000 as just a simple search engine, but it has now developed into a multifaceted site providing a range of online services. In terms of search queries, Baidu covers more than …read more →
There’s a good reason Google’s Android Market is screwed up in China. Google and China hate each other so much. And interestingly, we are seeing over 70 kinds of 3rd party Android markets in China.
You might not believe it but this is the best iPhone 4 knockoff on Earth. We have seen several iPhone knockoffs since the day we started this phenomenal blog, and we can say that 8 out of 10 iPhone knockoffs are crappy in terms of software, they just do not have the qualifications to compare …read more →
Kai-Fu Lee, Google China’s former president, who had reached over 49 million of followers in Weibo on the last Sunday, and becomes the second micro-blogger, after sporting icon Liu Xiang.
Google has decided they are no longer willing to continue censoring search results on Google.cn, the Chinese version of the search engine. This may well mean having to shut down Google.cn, and potentially leave China completely. Yup, it’s real, Google is pulling out of China very soon.