The Pixel 4 XL introduces plenty of new hardware changes to Google’s big-screen phone, including a second rear camera. But the software is the real standout.
The Pixel 3 is the ultimate expression of Android, and proof that AI done right can make your life easier.
The Pixel Buds do a fine job integrating Google Assistant and language translation, but it would have been better if the company nailed the basics, too.
A sleek design, smart motion tracking and handy privacy switch make the Nest Hub Max a great smart display.
Google's Pixel 3a XL promises the photographic prowess of the Pixel 3 XL in a phone that costs hundreds of dollars less. And from what we've seen, the Pixel 3a XL delivers.
With a flagship-caliber camera, the most innovative features Android offers and great battery life, the Pixel 3a rewrites the rules of what a midrange phone should be.
The new Google Chromecast is fast and intuitive, but the attractive little dongle is behind the times.
While it’s not as large or loud as the Echo Show, the Google Home Hub—now called the Google Nest Hub—is an affordable and capable alternative for those looking for a smart display.
Google Fi combines a trio of networks into a first-class wireless service with an unparalleled customer experience, though it’s not the cheapest option out there.
The Google Pixel USB-C Earbuds have the brains, but not the sonic brawn, to make them the all-around mobile companion they should be.
The Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL take artificial intelligence to the next level and offer great cameras and battery life, but the Pixel 2 XL is the more attractive option.
With its strong integration with Google Assistant, the Lenovo Smart Display is a better realization than the Amazon Echo Show of what a smart display should be.
The Cavalier Maverick portable smart speaker sports premium touches such as leather and aluminum, and sounds good overall—though you can get better-sounding portable smart speakers for less.
The Zolo Mojo delivers decent sound for a small speaker but costs nearly twice as much as a Google Home Mini without offering any advantages.
The JBL Link 500 is a good large speaker with Google Assistant inside, but you'll be better served with two Sonos Ones or the Google Home Max.
The JBL Link 300 delivers most of the features you want in a smart speaker along with above-average sound — especially if you love bass.
The Sony LF-S50G brings Google Assistant to your home with an elegant style and includes some useful features.
The updated Google Daydream View headset offers revamped style, comfort and a growing catalog of VR content at an aggressive price.
The JBL Link 20 delivers almost all the features of Google Home in a portable speaker that sounds great.
Get the Google Pixel if you want a compact Android phone with a superior camera and a pure Android software experience.
Google Home is a worthy rival to Amazon Echo that plays nice with Google software and hardware, but it lacks some key features of its competitors.
Google's Chromecast Audio makes it easy to stream high-quality audio from most streaming music services to powered speakers.
The midrange Nexus 5X starts at less than $400 unlocked, and features a great camera and epic battery life.
The redesigned Chromecast offers improved performance and makes it easier to find movies, shows and audio to stream.
Google Glass shows promise as a wearable platform, but it needs longer battery life and more compelling apps.
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